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" ... mixture of good and evil, and therefore, the true way to contentment is to know how to receive these certain vicissitudes of life, — the returns of good and evil, so as neither to be exalted by the one, or overthrown... "
The sermons of Mr. Yorick - Page 236
by Laurence Sterne - 1760 - 238 pages
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The Beauties of Sterne: Including All His Pathetic Tales, and Most ...

Laurence Sterne - Literary Criticism - 1784 - 276 pages
...overthrown by the other, but to' bear ourfelves towards every fhing .which happens wi'th fuch e«fe and indifference of mind, as to hazard as little as may be. This i» the true temperate climate fitted fpr us:by nature, and iu which every wife man would wifh to live....
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The Beauties of Sterne

Laurence Sterne - English literature - 1790 - 325 pages
...or overthrown by the other, but to bear ourfelves towards every thing which happens with fuch eafe and indifference of mind, as to hazard as little as...nature, and in which every wife man would wifh to live. SERMON xv. P. I7, THE TRANSLATION. PARIs. r~pHERE was nobody in the box I was let into but a kindly...
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The Beauties of Sterne: Including Many of His Letters and Sermons, All His ...

Laurence Sterne - 1799 - 324 pages
...or overthrown by the other, but to bear ourfelves towards every thing which happens with fuch eafe and indifference of mind, as to hazard as little as...for us by nature, and in which every wife man would wifli to live. SERMON xv. p. 17. THE TRANSLATION. » PARIS. FTT1HERE was nobody in the box I was let...
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The School of Wisdom; Or, American Monitor: Containing a Copious Collection ...

Readers - 1803 - 224 pages
...nor overthrown by the other, but to bear ourfelves towards every thing which happens withrfuch eafe and indifference of mind, as to hazard as little as...nature, and in which every wife man would wifh to five.—Idem. of delight; but a little experience will convince us, 'tis THE foundation of content...
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The Works of Laurence Sterne, A. M.: The sermons of Mr. Yorick

Laurence Sterne - English literature - 1805
...but to bear ourselves towards every thing which happens, with such ease and indifference of mind,as to hazard as little as may be. This is the true temperate climate fitted for icl by nature, and in which every wise man weuld wish to live. GoD knows, we are perpetually straying...
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The Beauties of Sterne: Containing All His Pathetic Tales, His Humorous ...

Laurence Sterne - English literature - 1810 - 252 pages
...or overthrown by the other, but to bear ourselves towards every thing which happens with such ease and indifference of mind, as to hazard as little as...climate fitted for us by nature, and in which every wise man would wish to live. « • * « THERE is scarce any lot so low, but there is something in...
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The Works of Laurence Sterne: With a Life of the Author, Volume 4

Laurence Sterne - English literature - 1813
...or overthrown by the other, but to bear ourselves towards every thing which happens, with such ease and indifference of mind as to hazard as little as...climate fitted for us by nature, and in which every wise man would wish to live. — God knows, we are perpetually straying out of it ; and, by giving...
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Laconics: Or Instructive Miscellanies, Selected from the Best Authors ...

A general reader - Aphorisms and apothegms - 1827 - 188 pages
...or overthrown by the other, but to bear ourselves towards every thing which happens with such ease and indifference of mind, as to hazard as little as...may be. This is the true temperate climate fitted us by nature, and in which every wise man would wish to live. — Sterne. Short-sighted people, I mean...
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Laconics; or, The best words of the best authors [ed. by J. Timbs]. 1st Amer. ed

Laconics - 1829
...or overthrown by the other, but to bear ourselves towards every thing which happens with such ease and indifference of mind, as to hazard as little as...climate fitted for us by nature, and in which every wise man would wish to live.—Sterne. 1ccccxv. But rather April wet by kind; For love is full of showers....
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