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" God, as he doth hang the greatest weight upon the smallest wires, maxima e minimis suspendens, it comes therefore to pass, that such histories do rather set forth the pomp of business than the true and inward resorts thereof. But lives, if they be well... "
The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine - Page 265
by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, John Holmes Agnew, Kinahan Cornwallis, Timothy Flint - 1847
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The essays of lord Bacon, including his moral and historical works, with ...

Francis Bacon (visct. St. Albans.) - 1884
...smallest wires, maxima e minimis suspendens, it comes therefore to pass, that such histories do rather set forth the pomp of business than the true and inward...smaller, public and private, have a commixture, must of a necessity contain a more true, native, and lively representation. So again narrations and relations...
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The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: With an ..., Volume 2

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1884
...maxima e minimi» suspe iuli-пя ; it cornos therefore to pass, that such hi.-»torios do rather set forth the pomp of business than the true and inward...if they be well written, propounding to themselves я person to represent in whom actions both greater and smaller, public and private, have a commixture,...
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The Advancement of Learning

Francis Bacon - Logic - 1885 - 376 pages
...smallest wires, maxima e minimis suspendens, it comes therefore to pass, that such histories do rather set forth the pomp of business than the true and inward...contain a more true, native, and lively representation. So again narrations and relations of actions, as the war of Peloponnesus, the expedition of Cyrus Minor,...
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The Works of Francis Bacon: Philosophical works

Francis Bacon, William Rawley - Philosophy, English - 1887
...such histories do rather set forth the pomp of business than the true and inward resorts thereof.2 But Lives, if they be well written', propounding to...contain a more true, native, and lively representation. So again Narrations and Relations of actions, as the War of Peloponnesus, the Expedition of Cyrus 1...
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Works, Volume 3

Francis Bacon - 1887
...smallest wires, maxima e minimis suspendens, it comes therefore to pass, that such histories do rather set forth the pomp of business than the true and inward...resorts thereof.* But Lives, if they be well written s, propounding to themselves a person to represent in whom actions both greater and smaller, public...
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The Lily of the Arno: or, Florence, past and present

Virginia Wales Johnson - History - 1891 - 354 pages
...Austria. Said Lord Bacon : " The history of times rcpresenteth the magnitude of actions; but lives, propounding to themselves a person to represent, in...both greater and smaller, public and private, have a comixture, contain a more true, lively, and native representation. " The artists claim our interest,...
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A Manual of English Prose Literature: Biographical and Critical, Designed ...

William Minto - English language - 1892 - 552 pages
...tlie pomp of business Ihm the true and inward retorts thereof. But lives, if they be well writ! en, propounding to themselves a person to represent, in...contain a more true, native, and lively representation." This ideal of history bears some resemblance to Carlyle's antiDryasdust views. Bacon, a more acute...
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A Manual of English Prose Literature: Biographical and Critical, Designed ...

William Minto - English language - 1892 - 552 pages
...lives, if they be well writ; en, propounding to themselves a person to represent, in whom actions botli greater and smaller, public and private, have a commixture,...contain a more true, native, and lively representation." This ideal of history bears some resemblance to Carlyle's antiDryasdust views. Bacon, a more acute...
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The advancement of learning, Volume 2

Francis Bacon, Francis Guy Selby - Philosophy - 1895
...smallest wires, maxima % minimis suspendens, it comes therefore to pass, that such histories do rather set forth the pomp of business than the true and inward...and private, have a commixture, must of necessity 10 contain a more true, native, and lively representation. So again narrations and relations of actions,...
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A Manual of English Prose Literature: Biographical and Critical, Designed ...

William Minto - English language - 1895 - 552 pages
...pass that such histories do rather set forth the pomp of business than the true and inward renorts thereof. But lives, if they be well written, propounding...contain a more true, native, and lively representation." This ideal of history bears some resemblance to Carlyle's antiDryasdust views. Bacon, a more acute...
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