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" ... those that are idle have no need of them, and yet they above all others give themselves up to them. To unbend our thoughts when they are too much stretched by our cares is not more natural than it is necessary, but to turn our whole life into a holiday... "
The Whole Duty of a Woman, Or, An Infallible Guide to the Fair Sex ... - Página 105
1737 - 682 páginas
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The lady's companion: or, An infallible guide to the fair sex

1743
...are young is dangerous^ dangerous ; to catch at them in riper Years is grafping a Shadow. Thole who are idle have no Need of them, and yet they, above all others, give themlelves up to them. To unbend our Thoughts, when they are too much ftretched by our Cares, is not...
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Miscellanies

George Savile Marquis of Halifax - 1751 - 344 páginas
...applied, to eafe arid relieve thofe who DIVERSION. ..ft are opprefled, by being too much employed. Thbfe that are idle have no need of them, and yet they,...to them. To unbend our thoughts, when they are too muchflretched by our cares, is not more natural than it is neceflary; but to turn our; whole life into...
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Angelica's Ladies Library; Or, Parents and Guardians Present. With Eight ...

1794 - 440 páginas
...will not be held; befides, that by being lefs natural, it groweth to be indecent. Diverfions are the moft properly applied to eafe and relieve thofe who...need of them ; and yet they, above all others, give themfclves up to them. To unbend our thoughts, when they are too much ftretched by our cares, is not...
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American Lady's Preceptor: A Compilation of Observations, Essays, and ...

1811 - 300 páginas
...most properly applied, to ease and relieve those whe are oppressed, by being too much employed. Those that are idle have no need of them, and yet they above all others, give themselves up to them. — To unbend our thoughts, when they are too much stretched by our cares, is...
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Laconics; or, The best words of the best authors [ed. by J. Timbs]. 1st Amer. ed

Laconics - 1829
...most properly applied, to ease and relieve those who are oppressed, by being too much employed. Those that are idle have no need of them, and yet they, above all others, give themselves up to them. To unbend our thoughts, when they are too much stretched by our cares, is not...
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The World's Laconics: Or, The Best Thoughts of the Best Authors

Tryon Edwards - 1853 - 432 páginas
...most properly applied, to ease and relieve those who are oppressed, by being too much employed. Those that are idle have no need of them, and yet they, above all others, give themselves up to them. To unbend our thoughts, when they are too much stretched by our cares, is not...
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Great Truths by great Authors

1856
...most properly applied, to ease and relieve those who are oppressed, by being too much employed. Those that are idle have no need of them, and yet they, above all others, give themselves up to them. To unbend our Thoughts, when they are too much stretched by our Cares, is not...
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Laconics: or, The best words of the best authors

John Timbs - 1856
...most properly applied, to ease and relieve those who are oppressed, by being too much employed. Those that are idle have no need of them, and yet they, above all others, give themselves up to them. To unbend our thoughts, when they are too much stretched by our cares, is not...
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Fugitive poetry, 1600-1878, compiled and ed. by J.C. Hutchieson

J C Hutchieson - 1878
...most properly applied to ease and relieve those who are oppressed, by being too much employed. Those that are idle have no need of them, and yet they, above all others, give themselves up to them. To unbend our thoughts, when they are too much stretched by our cares, is not...
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Truths illustrated by great authors [ed. by W. White].

Truths - 1885
...properly applied, to ease JU and relieve those who are oppressed, by being too much emploved. Those that are idle have no need of them, and yet they, above all others, give themselves up to them. To unbend our Thoughts, when they are too much stretched by our Cares, is not...
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