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" ... things, and his piety, and the serenity of his countenance, and his sweetness, and his disregard of empty fame, and his efforts to understand things... "
Charles Darwin - Page 175
by Grant Allen - 1885 - 206 pages
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The Thoughts of the Emperor M. Aurelius Antoninus

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Ethics - 1864 - 310 pages
...let anything pass without having first most carefully examined it and clearly understood it ; and how he bore with those who blamed him unjustly without blaming them in return ; how he did nothing in a hurry ; and how he listened not to calumnies, and how exact an examiner of...
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The thoughts of the emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, tr. by G. Long

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (emperor.) - 1869 - 318 pages
...let anything pass without having first most carefully examined it and clearly understood it; and how he bore with those who blamed him unjustly without blaming them in return; how he did nothing in a hurry; and how he listened not to calumnies, and how exact an examiner of manners...
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Selections from The Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius Antonius, Emperor of Rome

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome), Mary Wilder Tileston - 1876 - 90 pages
...thing pass without having first most carefully examined it, and clearly understood it. Remember how he bore with those who blamed him unjustly, without blaming them in return ; how he did nothing in a hurry ; and how he listened not to calumnies ; and how exact an examiner...
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Stoicism

William Wolfe Capes - Philosophy, Ancient - 1880 - 255 pages
...serenity of his countenance, and his sweetness, and his disregard of empty fame, . . . and how " he bore with those who blamed him unjustly, without blaming them in return ; how he did nothing in a hurry; and how he listened not to calumnies; and how exact an examiner of...
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Charles Darwin, a paper

Edward Woodall - 1884
...let anything pass without having first most carefully examined it and clearly understood it ; and how he bore with those who blamed him unjustly without blaming them in return ; how he did nothing in a hurry ; and how he listened not to calumnies, and how exact an examiner of...
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The Pleasures of Life

Sir John Lubbock - Conduct of life - 1887 - 191 pages
...let anything pass without having first most carefully examined it and clearly understood it; and how he bore with those who blamed him unjustly without blaming them in return ; how he did nothing in a hurry ; and how he listened not to calumnies, and how exact an examiner of...
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School ideals: sermons

Herbert A. James - Boys - 1887 - 228 pages
...things, his piety, the serenity of his countenance, his sweetness, his disregard of empty fame ; how he bore with those who blamed him unjustly without blaming them in return ; how he listened not to calumnies ; with how little he was satisfied : how laborious he was and patient...
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The Thoughts of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Ethics - 1889 - 296 pages
...let anything pass without having first most carefully examined it and clearly understood it ; and how he bore with those who blamed him unjustly without blaming them in return ; how he did nothing in a hurry ; and how he listened not to calumnies, and how exact an examiner of...
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Life, Letters, and Diaries of Sir Stafford Northcote: First Earl of Iddesleigh

Andrew Lang - 1890
...let anything pass without having first most carefully examined it and clearly understood it ; and how he bore with those who blamed him unjustly, without blaming them in return ; how he did nothing in a hurry, and how he listened not to calumnies; not given to reproach people,...
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The Pleasures of Life: Part I and, Part 1

Sir John Lubbock - Christian life - 1891 - 479 pages
...never let anything pass without having first most carefully examined it and clearly understood it ; how he bore with those who blamed him unjustly without blaming them in return ; how he did nothing in a hurry; how he listened not to calumnies, and how exact an examiner of manners...
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