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" ... to be in favour with many and sundry beauties : you shall feele the contrarie, pride will procure your fall, when you wot not of it ; excesse devoure your riches ere you are aware ; variety decay your bodie when you thinke it doth most delight it;... "
The Man in the Moone: Or, The English Fortune Teller. From the Unique Copy ... - Page 17
edited by - 1849 - 56 pages
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...maketh gentlemen, if he be not too farre in their bookes : to be briefe, he is Lecherie, Maecenas, idlenesse patrone, Pride's founder, Gluttonies erector,...nor are likely, so long as you have money or meanes. Dam juvet et ridet vultu fortuna sereno, Indelibatas cancta sequuntur opes ; At simul intonuit fugiunt,...
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Notices of Fugitive Tracts: And Chap-books Printed at Aldermary ..., Volume 29

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Tracts - 1851 - 96 pages
...whom ; though they will advance you, which receive benefites thereby, yet such as will not profite themselves by such meanes, resemble you to a candle,...nor are likely, so long as you have money or meanes. Dum juvet et ridet vultu fortuna sereno, Indelibatas cuncta sequuntur opes ; At simul intonuit fiigiunt,...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...thereby, yet such as will not profile themselves by such meanes, resemble you to a candle, which wnsteth itselfe to give others light : you esteeme it an extraordinarie...nor are likely, so long as you have money or meanes. Dum juvet et ridet vultu fortuna sereno, Indelibatas cuncta sequuntur opes ; At simul intonuit fugiunt,...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...(good wishes for themselves) ; and last of al, frequent the ordinaries, which you have in a mannev enriched, and marke how they will moane their own...nor are likely, so long as you have money or meanes. Dum juvet et ridet vultu fortuna sereno, Indelibatas cuncta sequuntur opes; At simul intonuit fuglunt,...
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The Merry Wives of Windsor: A Comedy

William Shakespeare, John Frederick Stanford - 1886 - 240 pages
...wealth to the host of the Garter. The following quotation illustrates the use of the expression to sit : "And last of al, frequent the ordinaries which you...they sit at an unmerciful rent; what losses they have sustained by pilfering."—The Man in the Moone telling Strange Fortunes, 1609. 10. Pheazar. The host...
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