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" We considered marriage as the most solemn league of perpetual friendship, a state from which artifice and concealment are to be banished for ever, and in which every act of dissimulation is a breach of faith. "
Best of everything, by the author of 'Enquire within'. - Page 387
by Robert Kemp Philp - 1870
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1802
...spies placed upon each other. We considered marriage as the most solemn league of perpetual friendship, a state from which artifice and concealment are to...which every act of dissimulation is a breach of faith. The impetuous vivacity of youth, and that ardour of desire, which the first sight of pleasure naturally...
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Select British Classics, Volume 8

English literature - 1803
...spies placed upon each otheiv We considered marriage as the most solemn league of perpetual friendship, a state from which artifice and concealment are to...which every act of dissimulation is a breach of faith. The impetuous vivacity of youth, and that ardour of desire which the first sight of pleasure naturally...
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The beauties of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: consisting of maxims and ...

Samuel Johnson, Hester Lynch Piozzi, James Boswell - 1804 - 394 pages
...Ibid. vol. 4, p. 41. Marriage should be considered as tfoe most solemn league of perpetual friendship ; a state from which artifice and concealment are to...every act of dissimulation is a "breach of faith. Ibid. p. 43. A poet may praise many whom he would .he afraid to many, and, perhaps, marry one whom...
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Maxims, observations & reflections on morality and religion; selected from ...

T Nixon - 1806
...lost a daughter. Marriage should be considered as the O most solemn league of perpetual friendship, a state from .which artifice and concealment are to...which, every act of dissimulation is a breach of faith. Conjugal fidelity is always greater in proportion as marriages are more numerous and less difficult...
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The works of Samuel Johnson, Volume 6

Samuel Johnson - 1806
...placed upon e.ich other. We considered marriage as the most solemn league of perpetual friendship, a state from which artifice and concealment are to...which every act of dissimulation is a breach of faith. The impetuous vivacity of youth, and that ardour of desirs, which the first sight of pleasure naturally...
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The British Essayists;: Rambler

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1808
...spies placed upon each other. We considered marriage as the most solemn league of perpetual friendship, a state from which artifice and concealment are to be banished for ever, and in whieh every act of dissimulation is a breach of faith. The impetuous vivacity of youth, and that ardour...
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The Rambler, Volume 4

Samuel Johnson, Elizabeth Carter, Samuel Richardson, Catherine Talbot - 1809
...spies placed upon each other. We considered marriage as the most solemn league of perpetual friendship, a state from which artifice and concealment are to...in which every act of dissimulation is a breach of failh. ' The impetuous vivacity of youth, and that ardour of desire, which the first sight of pleasure...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, L. L. D.: In Twelve Volumes, Volume 6

Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - History - 1811
...league of perpetual friendship, a state from which artifice and concealment are to be banished forever, and in which every act of dissimulation is a breach of faith. The impetuous vivacity of youth, and that ardour of desire, which the first sight of pleasure naturally...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: With An Essay on His Life and ..., Volume 6

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...spies placed upon each other. We considered marriage as the most solemn league of perpetual friendship, a state from which artifice and concealment are to be banished for ever,, and in which 'every act of ^.issHnulation is a breach of faith. *, i The The impetuous vivacity of youth, and that ardour of...
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The guide to domestic happiness [by W. Giles].

William Giles - 1811
...the appearance of felicity. Consider marriage ' as the most solemn league of perpetual friendship, a state from which artifice and concealment are to...every act of dissimulation is a breach of faith.' Let every part of your conduct evidence the most endearing familiarity and candour. If your husband...
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