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" CHRONOMOROS IN ALL the actions that a Man performs, some part of his life passeth. We die with doing that, for which only our sliding life was granted. Nay, though we do nothing, Time keeps his constant pace, and flies as fast in idlenesse, as in employment.... "
Edward FitzGerald: An Aftermath - Page 108
by Francis Hindes Groome, Theodore Watts-Dunton, Robert Hindes Groome, Edward Clodd - 1902 - 156 pages
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Resolves, divine, moral and political

Owen Felltham - Conduct of life - 1820 - 454 pages
...was granted. Nay, though we do nothing, time keeps his constant pace, and flies as fast in idleness as in employment. Whether we play or labour^ or sleep or dance or study, the sun posts on, and the sand runs. An hour of vice is as long as an hour of virtue. But the difference...
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Resolves, Divine, Moral and Political

Owen Felltham - Conduct of life - 1820 - 454 pages
...was granted. Nay, though we do nothing, time keeps his constant pace, and flies as fast in idleness as in employment. Whether we play or labour, or sleep or dance or study, the sun posts on, and the sand runs. An hour of vice is as long as an hour of virtue. But the difference...
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Laconics: Or Instructive Miscellanies, Selected from the Best Authors ...

A general reader - Aphorisms and apothegms - 1827 - 188 pages
...was granted. Nay, though we do nothing, Time keeps his constant pace, and flies as fast in idleness, as in employment; whether we play, or labour, or sleep, or dance, or study, the sun posts on, and the sand runs. An hour of vice is as long as an hour of virtue. But the difference...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 1

Periodicals - 1833
...was granted. Nay, though we do nothing, time keeps his constant pace, and flies as fast in idleness as in employment. Whether we play or labour, or sleep, or dance, or study, the sun posts on, and the sand runs. An hour of vice is as long as an hour of virtue. But the difference...
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The Young men's magazine

British and foreign young men's society - 1837
...was granted. Nay ; though we do nothing, Time keeps his constant pace and flies as fast in idleness as in employment. Whether we play or labour, or sleep or dance, or study, the sun passeth and the sand runs. An hour of vice is as long as an hour of virtue ; but the different...
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Materials for thinking, extracted from the works of ancient and modern ...

1837
...Education makes more difference between men and them than Nature does. Fcltham. 891 . Time. Whether we play, or labour, or sleep, or dance, or study, the sun posteth and the sand runs. In all the actions that a man performs, some part of his life passeth....
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The church scholar's reading-book, selected from the Saturday magazine

Saturday magazine - 1840
...was granted. Nay, though we do nothing, time keeps his constant pace, and flies as fast in idleness as in employment. Whether we play or labour, or sleep, or dance, or study, the sun posts on, and the sand runs. An hour of vice is as long as an hour of virtue. But the difference...
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The Northern Light, Volume 4

Albany (N.Y.) - 1844
...crew were deemed incompetent to the adequate discharge of the duties of their station. < Time. Whether we play, or labour, or sleep, or dance, / or study, the sun posteth and the sand runs. In all the actions that a man performs, some part of his life pasi"...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

Religion - 1869
...was granted. Nay, though we do nothing, time keeps its constant pace, and Шее <л fast in idleness as in employment. Whether we play, or labour, or sleep, or dance, or study, the sun posts on and the sand runs. An hour of vice is as long as an hour of virtue. But the difference...
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Thoughts for times and seasons

John Timbs - 1872
...was granted. Nay, though we do nothing, time keeps his constant pace, and flics as fast in idleness as in employment. Whether we play, or labour, or sleep, or dance, or study, the sun posts on, and the sand runs. An hour of vice is as long as an hour of virtue. But the difference...
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