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" For every evil under the sun, There is a remedy, or there is none. If there be one, try and find it; If there be none, never mind it. "
The Gordon Readers: New series. Primer, [First-fifth reader] - Page 34
by Emma K. Gordon, Marietta Stockard - 1918
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Uncle Barnaby; or, Recollections of his character and opinions

Barnaby (uncle, fict. name.) - 1799
...as great as a disappointment about a satin waistcoat; let me recommend them to your consideration. * For every evil under the sun, There is a remedy, or there is none: If there be one, seek it nnd find it; If there be none, then never mind it.'" I remember this phrase, " The world was...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

Civilization - 1841
...as great as a disappointment about a satin waistcoat; let me recommend them to your consideration. ' For every evil under the sun, There is a remedy, or there is none; If there be one, seek it and find it, If there be none, then never mind it.' I remember this rhyme being used in reference...
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The nursery rhymes of England, ed. by J.O. Halliwell

James Orchard Halliwell- Phillipps - 1846
...may laugh, but I will cry— O is it not a pity, O is it not a pity, O is it not a pity! CCCCLXXX. FOR every evil under the sun, There is a remedy, or...try and find it; If there be none, never mind it. * A rivulet. A NoilVi co\H\Vt^ ^not*.. CCCCLXXXI. A PRETTY little girl in a round-eared cap I met in...
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Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, Volume 5

Douglas William Jerrold - History - 1847
...Yours ever, VIVÍAS. THE WRITING AND PRINTING REFORM. PART II. PHONOGRAPHIC LONG-HAND, AND PHONOTYFY. " For every evil under the sun There is a remedy, or there 's none ; If there is one—try to find it, If there 's not one—never mind it." To the system of...
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Epigrams and literary follies

Epigrams - 1868
...your bran-new biography's out on the town. wrthis— •sion! LITER AR Y FOLLIES. How TO BE HAPPY. For every evil under the sun There is a remedy, or there "s none ; If there is one, try and find it, If there's not, then never mind it. ON A MAN HANGED AT...
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Never mind; or, The lost home. Also, The good scholar, and other stories

Mary Bennett - 1870
...resolutely ; and Lena repeated the lines which her mother had taught to each of her children :— " For every evil under the sun, There is a remedy, or...try and find it; If there be none, Never Mind it." " But why would you not let the doctor write on your behalf?" " Mamma has so much to fret her, and...
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Days at Leighscombe [by mrs J.F. Foster].

mrs. John Francis Foster - 1870
...but in a moment she laughed, and like a little wiseacre as she was, told David to remember that:— " For every evil under the sun There is a remedy, or there is none; If there is none, never mind it, If there is one, try and find it." " And there is one this time," Nance added,...
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Sketches of working women

Ellen Barlee - 1871 - 234 pages
...grateful. " Never c 2 mind, Maggie," I said, as I shook hands with her: " always remember the proverb, " ' For every evil under the sun, There is a remedy, or...try and find it, If there be none, never mind it.'" SCOTCH MAGGIE. PART II. " Wait not until prayer be ended, To forgive thy direst foe ; With thy prayer...
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Herald of Health, Volumes 17-18

1871
...applies to housekeepers for aught I see as much ai to any other chus. " For every evil under the 6un There is a remedy or there is none. If there be one,...try and find it, If there be none, never mind it." —Mrs. Katy Jackion, in Laws of Life. ЕТЕДТ productive occupation which adds any thing to the...
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Nursery rhymes, tales and jingles. The Camden ed. Compiled by mrs. Valentine

Nursery rhymes - 1874
...longer The storms grow stronger. cxiv. cxv. As the days lengthen So the storms strengthen. FOR every every evil under the sun There is a remedy, or there...one, try and find it; If there be none, never mind k. CXVI. HE that goes to see his wheat in May, Comes weeping away. CXVII. IN July, Some reap rye; ,...
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