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" But if their bad actions weigh down the balance, the stone canoe sinks at once, and leaves them up to their chins in the water, to behold and regret the reward enjoyed by the good, and eternally struggling, but with unavailing endeavours, to reach the... "
The Pocket magazine of classic and polite literature. [Continued as] The ... - Página 328
1819
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The Monthly Epitome, Volumen 1

1802
...actions weigh down the balance, the stone canoe sinks at once, and leaves them up to their chin! in the water, to behold and regret the reward enjoyed by...blissful island, from which they are excluded for ever." P. cxvii — cxix. The jonrnal of the first voyage to the North Sea, is contained in seven chapters,...
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Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Volumen 19

1802
...aftions weigh down the balance, the Hone canoe finks at once, and leaves them up to their chins in the water, to behold and regret the reward enjoyed by the good, and eternally ftruggling, but with unavailing endeavours, to reach the blifsful ifland, from which they are excluded...
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The Annual review and history of literature, A. Aiken ed, Volumen 1

Arthur Aikin - 1803
...at once, and leaves them up to their chins in the water, to behold and regret the reward enjoyed bv the good, and eternally struggling, but with unavailing endeavours, to reach the blissful ¡-'land, from which they are excluded for ever." Mr. Mackenzie believed it practicable to penetrate...
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The Travels of Capts. Lewis and Clarke from St. Louis, by Way of the ...

1809 - 309 páginas
...to weigh down the balance, the stone canoe sinks at once, and leaves them up to their chins in the water, to behold and regret the reward enjoyed by...blissful island, from which they are excluded for ever. They have some faint notions of the transmigration of the soul; so that it" a child be born with teeth,...
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The travels of capts. Lewis & Clarke, from St. Louis, by way of the Missouri ...

Meriwether Lewis - 1809 - 309 páginas
...to weigh down the balance, the stone' canoe sinks at once, and leaves them up to- their chins in the water, to behold and regret the reward enjoyed by the good, and eternally struggling, iut with unavailing endeavours, to reach the blissful island, from which they are excluded for ever....
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New Travels Among the Indians of North America: Being a Compilation, Taken ...

1812 - 300 páginas
...to weigh down the balance, the stone canoe sinks at once, and leaves them up to their chins in the water, to behold and regret the reward enjoyed by...the blissful island, from which they are excluded forever. They have some faint notions of the transmigration of the soul; so that if a child be born...
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The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies ...

Antonio de Alcedo - 1814
...to weign down the balance, the stone canoe sinks at once, and leaves them up to their chins in the water, to behold and regret the reward enjoyed by...blissful island, from which they are excluded for ever. They have some faint notions of the transmigration of the soul ; so that if a child be born with teeth,...
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The Pocket Magazine of Classics and Polite Literature, Volumen 3

1819
...enjoyment of sensual pleasure, and carnal gratification. •But if their bad actions weigh down thebalance, the stone canoe sinks at once, and leaves them up...purpose of playing, both at the first, and now, was, and is. to holdas'twere, the mirror upto nature." Than which, nothing can prove more satisfactorily...
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Yamoyden, a Tale of the Wars of King Philip: In Six Cantos

James Wallis Eastburn, Robert Charles Sands - 1820 - 339 páginas
...actions weigh down the balance, the stone canoe sinks at once, and leaves them up to their chins in the water, to behold and regret the reward enjoyed by...blissful island, from which they are excluded for ever." — Mackenzie's Vayagei, p. 84, .Yew-Fort Ed. 1802. The hunten came, the charm they brought. It is...
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A Discourse on the Religion of the Indian Tribes of North America: Delivered ...

Samuel Farmar Jarvis - 1820 - 111 páginas
...contrary, their bad actions predominate, " the stone canoe sinks, and leaves them up to their chins in the water, to behold and regret the reward enjoyed by...blissful island, from which they are excluded for ever."J On the other hand, the Arrowauks, or natives of * Charlev. ut supr. p. 352-3. t Mackenzie,...
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