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" To model our principles to our duties and our situation. To be 'fully persuaded that all virtue which is impracticable is spurious ; and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course which leads us to act with effect and energy, than to loiter... "
Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents - Página 115
de Edmund Burke - 1784 - 118 páginas
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The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Volumen 1

Edmund Burke - 1835
...which is impracticable is spurious ; and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course an assurance as the nature use. Public life is a situation of power and energy ; he trespasses against his duty who sleeps upon...
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The Works of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke: With a Biographical and ..., Volumen 1

Edmund Burke - 1837
...which is impracticable is spurious ; and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course ey will deny that the Americans were ever " touched and grieved" with the taxes. If they consider n use. Publick life is a situation of power and energy ; \ he trespasses against his duty who sleeps...
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The Dublin Magazine, Volumen 1,Parte 2

1842
...virtue which is impracticable is spurious, and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course which leads us to act with effect and energy, than to loiter out our days without blame, and without use." Aye ! young Ireland must but my dear there's the postman's bell, and I must break off. Ask O'B....
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The Wisdom and Genius of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke: Illustrated in a ...

Peter Burke - 1845 - 426 páginas
...which is impracticable is spurious ; and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course which leads us to act with effect and energy, than to loiter out our days without blame and without use. Public life is a situation of power and energy ; he trespasses against his duty who sleeps upon...
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The Works and Correspondence of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volumen 3

Edmund Burke - 1852
...which is impracticable is spurious ; and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course which leads us to act with effect and energy, than to loiter out our days without blame, and without use. Public life is a situation of power and energy ; he trespasses against his duty who sleeps upon...
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The Works and Correspondence of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volumen 3

Edmund Burke - 1852
...which is impracticable is spurious ; and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course which leads us to act with effect and energy, than to loiter out our days without blame, and without use. Public life is a situation of power and energy ; he trespasses against his duty who sleeps upon...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volumen 10

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1857
...which is impracticable is spurious ; and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course which leads us to act with effect and energy, than to loiter out our days without blame and without use. He trespasses against his duty who sleeps upon his watch, as well as he that goes over to the...
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The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Volumen 1

Edmund Burke - 1860
...impracticahle is spurious ; and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course which leads at to act with effect and energy, than to loiter out our days without hlame, and without use. Puhlic life is a situation of power and energy; ho trespasses against his duty...
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Works, Volumen 1

Edmund Burke - 1865
...which is impracticable is spurious ; and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course which leads us to act with effect and energy, than to loiter out our days without blame, and without use. Public life is a siti i and energy ; he trespasses against his ti upon his watch, as well as he...
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The literary reader: prose authors, with biogr. notices &c. by H.G. Robinson

Hugh George Robinson - 1867
...which is impracticable is spurious ; and rather to run the risk of falling into faults in a course which leads us to act with effect and energy, than to loiter out our days without blame, and without use. Public life is a situation of power and energy; he trespasses against his duty who sleeps upon...
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