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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
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The Choice of Books

Frederic Harrison - 1886 - 120 oldal
...Bishop Butler : " 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 humor, this idle way of reading and considering things. By this means time, even in solitude, is happily...

The Discourses of Epictetus: With the Encheiridion and Fragments

Epictetus - 1890 - 452 oldal
...then shall I 2 See Bishop Butler's remarks iu the Preface to hia Sermons vol. ii. He speaks of the ' 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...

English Prose, 4. kötet

Sir Henry Craik - 1894
...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...

English Prose: Selections : with Critical Introductions by Various ..., 4. kötet

Sir Henry Craik - 1895
...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...

English Prose: Selections, 4. kötet

Sir Henry Craik - 1895
...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...

Studies Subsidiary to the Works of Bishop Butler, 2. kötet

William Ewart Gladstone - 1896 - 370 oldal
...is mostly idling. 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 Works of Joseph Butler: Divided Into Sections; with Sectional ..., 2. kötet

Joseph Butler - 1896
...is mostly idling. 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...

Bible Characters: Adam to Achnan

Alexander Whyte - 1896 - 301 oldal
...Great-minded Milton ! ' 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, our idle way of reading and considering things. By this means, time even in solitude is happily got...

The Use and Misuse of Books

Frederic Harrison - 1896 - 50 oldal
...great Bishop Butler. "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 iiiwith and humor, this idle way of reading and considering things. By this means time, even in Bolitudo,...

The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, 6. kötet

David Josiah Brewer - 1900
...great Bishop Butler: " 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 humor, this idle way of reading and considering things. By this means time, even in solitude, is happily...




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