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" For peregrination charms our senses with such unspeakable and sweet variety, that some count him unhappy that never travelled, a kind of prisoner, and pity his case that from his cradle to his old age beholds the same still ; still, still the same, the... "
Zanzibar: City, Island, and Coast - Page 346
by Sir Richard Francis Burton - 1872
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The anatomy of melancholy: what it is, with all the kinds, causes, symptomes ...

Robert Burton - 1800
...their best daies, together with their means, manners, hone&ty, religion) yet it availeih howsoever. For peregrination charms our senses with such unspeakable...the same still ; still, still the same, the same. Insomuch, that k Rhasis cont. lib. 1. Tract. 2. doth not only commend, but enjoyn travel!, and such...
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Auvergne, Piedmont, and Savoy: A Summer Ramble

Charles Richard Weld - Auvergne (France) - 1801 - 351 pages
...good, yet it is not amiss to alter it: no better physic than change of air and variety of places. For peregrination charms our senses with such unspeakable...and sweet variety, that some count him unhappy that 2 CHOICE OF COUNTRY. never travelled.' Travel, therefore, being decided on, the question was — where...
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The Anatomy of Melancholy,: What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes ...

Robert Burton - Melancholy - 1804
...unspeakable and sweet variety, ä that some count him unhappy that never travelled, a kinde of prisoner, and pity his case, that from his cradle to his old age beholds the same still; still, »till the same, the same : insomuch that '• Rhasis (cont. lib. 1. Tract. 2.J doth not only commend...
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The anatomy of melancholy, by Democritus iunior

Robert Burton - 1806
...best dayes, together with their meanes, manners, honesty, religion) yet it availeth howsoever. For peregrination charms our senses with such unspeakable...that some count him' unhappy that never travelled, a kindc of prisoner, and pitty' his case, that from his cradle to his old age beholds the same still...
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Oriental memoirs, Volume 4

James Forbes - History - 1815 - 1052 pages
...stone, whom that pleasant speculation of 100 countries, cities, towns, rivers, will not affect." — " Peregrination charms our senses with such unspeakable...the same still; still, still the same, the same." — BURTON'S Anatomy of Melancholy, in 1621. 101 CHAPTER XL. VOYAGE FROM BOMBAY TO GOA, AND TELLICHERRYJ...
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The Anatomy of Melancholy: What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes, Symptomes ...

Robert Burton - Melancholy - 1821
...unspeakable and sweet variety, 8 that some count him unhappy that never travelled, a kinde of prisoner, and pity his case, that from his cradle to his old...beholds the same still; still, still the same, the same: insomuch that h Khnsis (cont. lib. 1. Tract. 2.) doth not only conjmend but enjoyn travell, and such...
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The anatomy of melancholy, by Democritus iunior

Robert Burton - 1821
...variety, g that some count him unJiiippy that never travelled, a kinde of prisoner, and pity his cuse, that from his cradle to his old age beholds the same - still; still, still the same, the same: insomuch that hRhasis (cont. lib. 1. Tract. 2.) doth not only commend but enjoyn travell, and such...
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The anatomy of melancholy, by Democritus iunior

Robert Burton - 1826
...with their means, manners, honesty, religion) yet it availeth howsoever. For peregrination charmes our senses with such unspeakable and sweet variety,...«that some count him unhappy that never travelled, a kinde of prisoner, and pity his case, that from his cradle to hie old age beholds the same still;...
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The anatomy of melancholy, by Democritus iunior

Robert Burton - 1827
...unspeakable and sweet variety, sthat some count him unhappy that never travelled, a kinde of prisoner, and pity his case, that from his cradle to his old...beholds the same still ; still, still the same, the same : insomuch that h Rhasis (emit. lib. 1 . Tract. 2) doth not only commend but enjoyn travell, and such...
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The Doctor, &c. ...

Robert Southey, John Wood Warter - 1834
...content, exceeding delight in that his voyage. As who doth not that shall attempt the like ? — For peregrination charms our senses with such unspeakable...that some count him unhappy that never travelled, a kind of prisoner, and pity his case that from his cradle to his o'd age he beholds the same still;...
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