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" And therefore, except thou desire to hasten thine end, take this for a general rule, that thou never add any artificial heat to thy body by wine or spice, until thou find that time hath decayed thy natural heat, and the sooner thou beginnest to help nature,... "
The Literary and Scientific Repository, and Critical Review - Page 63
by Charles Kitchell Gardner - 1821
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Remains of Sir Walter Raleigh ...: With the Addition of Some Letters Never ...

Sir Walter Raleigh - Business & Economics - 1702 - 312 pages
...defire to haften thine end, take this for a general rule, that thou never add any artificial heat to thy Body, by Wine or Spice, until thou find that time hath decayed thy natural heat, and the fooner thou beginneft to help nature, the fooner fhe will forfake thee> and truft altogether to Art:...
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The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh: Kt. Political, Commercial, and ..., Volume 2

Sir Walter Raleigh - Political science - 1751
...defire to haften thine End, take this for a general Rule, that thou never add any artificial Heat to thy Body, by Wine or Spice, until thou find that Time hath decayed thy natural Heat, and the fooner thou beginneft to help Nature, the /boner fhe will forfake thee, and truft altogether to Art:...
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The Life of Sir Walter Ralegh, Knt, Volume 2

Arthur Cayley - 1806
...desire to hasten thine end, take this for a general rule, that thou never add any artificial heat to thy body, by wine or spice, until thou find that time...Solomon, who have sorrow and grief, who have trouble withoutjighting, stripes without cause, and faintness of eyes ? even they that sit at wine, and strain...
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Auntient lere, a selection of aphoristical and preceptive passages from the ...

Ancient learning - 1812
...to hasten thine end, take this for a general rule : That thou never add any artificial heat to thy body, by wine or spice, until thou find that time..." have sorrow and grief, who have trouble without * The following passage, beautifully illustrative of theabove wholesome admonitions, is given by our...
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The Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volume 2

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - Antiques & Collectibles - 1820
...desire to hasten thine end, take this for a general rule, that thou never add any artificial heat to thy body, by wine or spice, until thou find that time...she will forsake thee, and trust altogether to art." " The dutiful Advice of a loving Son to his aged Father" is supposed to be a libel on Sir Walter, written...
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The Retrospective review [ed. by H. Southern].

Henry Southern - 1820
...desire to hasten thine end, take this for a general rule, that thou never add any artificial heat to thy body, by wine or spice, until thou find that time...she will forsake thee, and trust altogether to art." " The dutiful Advice of a loving Son to his aged Father" is supposed to be a libel on Sir Walter, written...
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - Books - 1820
...desire to hasten thine end, take this for a general rule, that thou never add any artificial heat to thy body, by wine or spice, until thou find that time...she will forsake thee, and trust altogether to art." " The dutiful Advice of a loving Son to his aged Father" is supposed to be a libel on Sir Walter, written...
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The Retrospective Review

Books - 1820
...desire to hasten thine end, take this for a general rule, that thou never add any artificial heat to thy body, by wine or spice, until thou find that time...she will forsake thee, and trust altogether to art." " The dutiful Advice of a ' loving Son to his aged Father" is supposed to be a libel on Sir Walter,...
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The Gossip; or, Literary, domestic, and useful recorder, by Francis Fiddlewood

Francis Fiddlewood (pseud.) - 1826
...desire to hasten thine end, take this for a general rule, that thou never add any artificial heat to thy body, by wine or spice, until thou find that time hath decayed thy natural heat; and the sooner thou heginnest to help nature, the sooner she will forsake thec and leave thee to trust altogether to art....
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Miscellaneous works

Sir Walter Raleigh, Thomas Birch, William Oldys - 1829
...desire to hasten thine end, take this for a general rule, that thou never add any artificial heat to thy body by wine or spice, until thou find that time hath...have trouble without fighting, stripes without cause, andfaintness of eyes? even they that git at wine, and strain themselves to empty cups. Pliny saith,...
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