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" He, my fervant, is dear to me, who is free from enmity; merciful, and exempt from pride and felfimnefs ; who is the fame in pain and in pleafure; patient of wrongs ; contented ; and whofe mind is fixed on me alone. " He is my beloved, of whom mankind... "
The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany - Página 111
1791
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volumen 5

1791
...is free from enmity; merciful, and exempt from pride and felfimnefs ; who is the fame in pain and in pleafure; patient of wrongs ; contented ; and whofe...not afraid, and who is not afraid of mankind; who is unfoiicitous about events; to whom praife and blame are as one ; who is of little fpeech ; who it pleafed...
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George II

William Belsham - 1793
...the divine eflence ; and capable of an accidental and temporary conjunction with, and tranfmigration fixed on me alone. He is my beloved, of whom mankind...about events, to whom praife and blame are as one, who has no particular home, and is of a ileady mind. The man who, performing the duties of life and quitting...
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Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah: Written Previous To, and ...

Elizabeth Hamilton - 1796 - 343 páginas
...from enmity, mer( ciful, and exempt from pride and felfifh' nefs, and who is the fame in pain and in ' pleafure, patient of wrongs, contented, ' and whofe mind is fixed on me alone.' •'• ' I fhall conclude this account of the notions of the Deity, entertained by the Hindoos, with...
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The Universal Magazine, Volumen 99

1796
...-ее from er.mity, merciful, and exempt from pride and felfilhnefs, and who is the fame in payi and in pleafure, patient of wrongs, contented, and whofe mind is fixed on, me alone." ' I ihall conclude this account of the notions of the Deity, entertained bV the Hindoos, with the firft...
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Translation of the letters of a Hindoo rajah, to which is ..., Volumen 1

Elizabeth Hamilton - 1801
...from enmity, merciful, and exem pt from ' pride and felfifhnefs, and who is the fame in ' pain and in pleafure, patient of wrongs, ' contented, and whofe mind is fixed on me ' alone.' I fhall conclude this account of the notions of the Deity, entertained by the Hindoos, with the firft...
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Memoirs of the Kings of Great Britain of the House of Brunswic-Lunenburg

William Belsham - 1802 - 485 páginas
...in pain and in piesfure, patient of wrong*, contented, and whofe mind it fixed on me alone. He is mj beloved, of whom mankind is not afraid, and who is not afraid of mankind, who is urrfblicitous about events, to whom praife and blame are as one, who has no particular- home, and isof...
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Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah: ... to which is ..., Volumen 1

Elizabeth Hamilton - 1811
...censures of the bigotted and illiberal, I regard them not. " He," saith the Prince of Goverdhan, " is my beloved, of whom mankind is not afraid, and who is not afraid of mankind: who is unsolicitous about events, and to whom praise and blame are as one."* But, in truth, from the Bramins...
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Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah: Written Previous To, and ...

Elizabeth Hamilton - 1811
...censures of the bigotted and illiberal, I regard them not. " He," saith the Prince of Goverdhan, " is my beloved, of whom mankind is not afraid, and who is not afraid of mankind : who is unsolicitous about events, and to whom praise and blame are as one."* But, in truth, from the Bramins...
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Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah

Elizabeth Hamilton - 1999 - 339 páginas
...the censures of the bigotted, and illiberal, I regard them not. "He," saith the Prince of Goverdhan, "is my beloved, of whom mankind is not afraid, and who is not afraid of I See Bhagvat Geeta. [EH] Pages 99-100. For this and the following note, see 59, note I. mankind: who...
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