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" THE reception, manner of attendance, undisturbed freedom and quiet, which I meet with here in the country, has confirmed me in the opinion I always had, that the general 20 corruption of manners in servants is owing to the conduct of masters. "
Aisōpou muthoi. Fabulae Aesopicae a G. de Furia tum primum e codicibus ed ... - Page cxlvi
by Aesopus - 1810
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Phædri ... fabulæ Æsopiæ ad ed. Schwabii pæne descriptæ [by J.M.B.].

Phaedrus - 1847
...tollit. Haec significat fabula, Dominum videre plurimum m rebus suis. EPILOGUS. jEsopi ingenio statuam posuere Attici, Servumque collocarunt aeterna in basi, Patere honoris scirent ut cuncti viam, {V¿/ Nee generi Iribui, sed virtud gloriam. ¿- ' Quoniam occuparat alter, i/e primus forem, 5 Ne...
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Treasury of Latin Gems: A Companion Book and Introduction to the Treasures ...

Edwin Newton Brown - Quotations, Latin - 1894 - 314 pages
...Rashness brings luck to few and ill to many.•• — V, 4. Aesop. Road to Fame. Aesopo ingentem statuam posuere Attici, Servumque collocarunt aeterna in basi, Patere honoris scirent ut cuncti viam. " The Athenians erected a lofty statue to Aesop, and placed him, though a slave, upon an everlasting...
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The Spectator, Volume 2

George Gregory Smith - 1897
...themselves, but more edifying to the People* L No* 107* [STEELE*] Tuesday, July 3, /Esopo ingentem statuam posuere Attici, Servumque collocarunt aeterna in basi, Patere honoris scirent ut cuncti Wa/n,—Phaed, THE Reception, manner of Attendance, undisturb ' d Freedom and Quiet, which I meet with...
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The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers, from the Spectator

Joseph Addison - English essays - 1899 - 238 pages
....- ' / — VII. THE COVERLEY HOUSEHOLD. No. 107.] Tuesday, July 3, 1711. [STEELE. ingentem statuam posuere Attici Servumque collocarunt aeterna in basi, Patere honoris scirent ut cuncti viam. PH-CD. THE reception, manner of attendance, undisturbed freedom and quiet, which I meet with here in...
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The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers: From the Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1899 - 238 pages
...L. VII. THE COVERLEY HOUSEHOLD. No. 107.] Tuesday, July 3, 1711. [STEELE. j9Jsopo ingentem statuam posuere Attici Servumque collocarunt aeterna in basi, Patere honoris scirent ut cuncti viam. PH^ED. THE reception, manner of attendance, undisturbed freedom and quiet, which I meet with here in...
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The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers: From "The Spectator"

Joseph Addison - 1899 - 178 pages
...people. L. VII. THE COVERLEY HOUSEHOLD. No. 107.] Tuesday, July 3, 1711. [STEELE. jEsopo ingentem statuam posuere Attici Servumque collocarunt aeterna in basi, Patere honoris scirent ut cuncti viam. PH^GD. THE reception, manner of attendance, undisturbed freedom and quiet, which I meet with here in...
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The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers

Joseph Addison - American essays - 1904 - 258 pages
...people. L. 'VII. THE COVERLEY HOUSEHOLD [No. 107. Tuesday, July 3, 1711. STEELE.] JEsopo ingentem statuam posuere Attici Servumque collocarunt aeterna in basi, Patere honoris scirent ut cuncti viam. PHAED. THE reception, manner of attendance, undisturbed freedom and quiet, which I meet with here in...
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Literature and Life, Book 3

Edwin Almiron Greenlaw, William Harris Elson, Christine M. Keck - American literature - 1923
...people. THE COVERLEY HOUSEHOLD [No. 107 — Steele. Tuesday, July 3, 1711.] ^Esopo ingentem statuam posuere Attici Servumque collocarunt aeterna in basi, Patere honoris scirent ut cuncti viam. — Phwdrus. The reception, manner of attendance, undisturbed freedom and quiet which I meet with here...
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The Fables of Phaedrus

Robinson Ellis - 2012 - 44 pages
...tollit. Haec significat fabula, Dominum videre plurimum in rebus suis. EPILOGUE. Aesop! ingenio statuam posuere Attici Servumque collocarunt aeterna in basi, Patere honoris scirent ut cuncti viam, Nee generi tribui, sed virtuti, gloriam. Quoniam occuparat alter, ut primus foret, 5 Ne solus esset,...
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