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" These briars indeed, said he, will tear my skin a little, yet they keep off the dogs. For the sake of the good, then, let me bear the evil with patience : each bitter has its sweet, and these brambles, though they wound my flesh, preserve my life from... "
The American Spelling Book: Containing the Rudiments of the English Language ... - Page 92
by Noah Webster - 1816 - 168 pages
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The complete fabulist: or, A choice collection of moral and entertaining ...

Complete fabulist - 1732
...briars, indeed, faid he, will tear my ikin a little, yet they keep oft' the Dogs, For the fake x>f the good then, let me. bear the evil with patience ; each bitter has its fvveet, and thefelii&mhles, though, they wound my flelh, my life from danger. J.XXV. I LXXV. The BLIND...
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Select fables of Esop and other fabulists

Aesop, Robert Dodsley - Fables - 1765 - 204 pages
...Thefe briars indeed, faid he, will tear my fkin a little, yet they keep off the dogs. For the fake of the good then, let me bear the evil with patience : each bitter has its fweet, and thefe brambles though they wound my flefh, preferve my life from danger. FABLE FABLE VI....
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Select fables of Esop and other fabulists. [Ed.] by R. Dodsley

Aesopus - 1805
...Thefe Briars indeed, faid he, will tear my ikin a little, yet they keep off the Dogs. For the fake of the good then, let me bear the evil with patience : each bitter has its fweet; and thefe Brambles, though they wound my flelh, prefervs my life from danger. FABLE VI. The...
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Select Fables of Aesop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books

Aesop - Conduct of life - 1809 - 228 pages
...Thefe Briars indeed, faid he, will tear my fkin a little, yet they keep off the Dogs. For the fake of the good then, let me bear the evil with patience : each bitter has its fweet ; and thefe Brambles, though they wound my tiefh, preferve my life from danger. FABLE VI. The...
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The spy unmasked; or, Memoirs of Enoch Crosby, alias Harvey Birch, the hero ...

United States - 1829
...occasion, as Msop's fox is said to have done, under similar circumstances. — " For the sake of the good, let me bear the evil with patience ; each bitter has...these brambles, though they wound my flesh, preserve my life from danger." After much exertion and fatigue, he succeeded in emerging from the thicket ;...
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The Spy Unmasked: Or, Memoirs of Enoch Crosby, Alias Harvey Birch, the Hero ...

H. L. Barnum - United States - 1831 - 216 pages
...occasion, as ^Esop's fox is said to have done, under similar circumstances " For the sake of the good, let me bear the evil •with patience; each bitter...these brambles, though they wound my flesh, preserve my life from danger." After much exertion and fatigue, be succeded in emerging from the thicket; and,...
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A selection of moral lessons, natural history, Bible lessons, and poetry

Alexander Spencer - 1831
...good and evil are ever mixed; but, for the sake of the good, I will bear the evil with patience. Every bitter has its sweet, and these brambles, though they wound my flesh, preserve my life." SO. A farmer, when dying, told his sons, that they would find a treasure concealed in the...
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Flowers of fable; culled from Epictetus [and others] with original ...

Flowers - 1832
...and evil are mixed, and flow from the same fountain. " These BRIARS, indeed," said he, " will tear my skin a little ; yet they keep off the Dogs. For the...these BRAMBLES, though they wound my flesh, preserve my life from danger." 295 FABLE CXXVI. ;13eavs anto tlj£ :13res. [By MBRRICK.] AS two young BEARS,...
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Fables, Original and Selected: By the Most Esteemed European and Oriental ...

George Moir Bussey, J. J. Grandville - Social Science - 1842
...that good and evil are mixed, and flow from the same fountain. " These briars indeed," will tear my skin a little, yet they keep off the dogs. For the...bear the evil with patience ; each bitter has its sweets, and these brambles, though they wound my flesh, preserve my life from danger." THE TWO THRUSHES....
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Fables selected from Dodsley, Croxall, &c. and revised

Fables - 1846
...and evil are mixed, and flow from the same fountain. " These briers, indeed," said he, " will tear my skin a little ; yet they keep off the dogs. For the...these brambles, though they wound my flesh, preserve my life from danger." 86. THE OWL AND THE EAGLE. An owl once complained of the brightness of the sun....
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