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" The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned, and most perfectly fall in with and humour, this idle way of reading and considering things. By this means, time, even... "
How to Learn and what to Learn: Two Lectures Advocating the System of ... - 33. oldal
szerző: James Booth - 1856 - 76 oldal
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Education and Educational Institutions Considered: With Reference to the ...

James Booth - 1846 - 108 oldal
...its source, that, " the great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...in with, and humour, this idle way of reading and con90 sidering things. By this means, time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of, without the pain...

The Works of ... Joseph Butler ... to which is Prefixed: An Account of the ...

Joseph Butler, Samuel Hallifax - 1848
...cases, might in many. The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...reading and considering things. By this means, time even in solitude is happily got rid of, without the pain of attention : neither is any part of it more put...

Three sermons upon human nature. ed. by W. Whewell

Joseph Butler (bp. of Durham.) - 1848
...cases, might in many. The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...reading and considering things. By this means, time even in solitude is happily got rid of, without the pain of attention : neither is any part of it more put...

The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Elements of the philosophy of the ...

Dugald Stewart - 1854
...might in many. " The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...and considering things. By this means, time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of without the pain of attention ; neither is any part of it more put...

The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart, Esq., F.R.SS., ...: Elements of the ...

Dugald Stewart - 1854
...in many. " The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, doily come in one's way, have in part occasioned, and most...and considering things. By this means, time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of without the pain of attention ; neither is any part of it more put...

The Edinburgh Christian magazine, 7-8. kötet

1856
...Butler, who says:— "'The great number of books and papers of amusement which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...humour this idle way of reading and considering things. error, for its subject matter' — the Holy Bible. What our Lord said to those who listened to the...

My Life and what shall I do with it? A question for young gentlewomen. By an ...

Lucy F March Phillipps - 1861 - 350 oldal
...cases, might in many. " The great number of books and papers of amusement, of one kind or another, which daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...reading and considering things. By this means time even in solitude is happily got rid of without the pain of attention. Neither is any part of it more put...

The sermons and remains of ... Joseph Butler, ed. by E. Steere

Joseph Butler (bp. of Durham.) - 1862
...another daily come in one's way, has in part occasioned and most perfectly falls in with and humours this idle way of reading and considering things. By this means time even in solitude is happily got rid of without the pain of attention ; neither is any part of it more put...

Lectures on Butler's Analogy of religion, to the constitution and course of ...

sir Joseph Napier (1st bart.) - 1864
...great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's 9 * way, have in part occasioned and most perfectly fall...of reading and considering things. " By this means" (he says) " time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of, without the pain of attention; neither is...

'Random truths in common things' occasional papers, by the author of 'The ...

John Richard Vernon - 1869
...and deep thought. " The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...reading and considering things. By this means time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of, without the pain of attention. Neither is any part of it more put...




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