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" ... life, seeking only the admiration of the other sex ; watching, pining, for a husband, or lovers, perhaps, and looking down on all female friendship as romance and folly. No young spirit was ever yet satisfied with the love of nature. Friendship, or... "
Woman's friendship - Page 33
by Grace Aguilar - 1850
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The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Volume 1

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Literature - 1836 - 438 pages
...immortal verse ? HUMILITY OF THE AMIABLE. IT is well ordered by nature, that the amiable and estimable have a fainter perception of their own qualities than...friends have ; — otherwise they would love themselves. And though they may fear flattery, yet if not justified in suspecting intentional deceit, they cannot...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1850
...nature. Friendship or love gratifies self-love; for it tacitly ackowlcdges that we must possess some gnod qualities to attract beyond the mere love of nature....themselves." Now, friendship or love permits their doing this unconscionsry ; mutual affection is a tacit avowal and appreciation of mutual good qualities—- perhaps...
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Notes, theological, political, and miscellaneous, ed. by D. Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1853
...immortal verse ? HUMILITY OF THE AMIABLE. It is well ordered by nature, that the amiable and estimable have a fainter perception of their own qualities than...friends have ; otherwise they would love themselves. And though they may fear flattery, yet if not justified in suspecting intentional deceit, they cannot...
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Notes, Theological, Political, and Miscellaneous

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1853 - 415 pages
...immortal verse ? HUMILITY OP THE AMIABLE. It is well ordered by nature, that the amiable and estimable have a fainter perception of their own qualities than...friends have ; otherwise they would love themselves. And though they may fear flattery, yet if not justified in suspecting intentional deceit, they cannot...
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Woman's Friendship: A Story of Domestic Life

Grace Aguilar - 1870 - 350 pages
...attract beyond the mere love of nature. Coleridge justly observes — " that it is well ordered lhat the amiable and estimable should have a fainter perception...love themselves." Now, friendship, or love, permits fheir doing this unconsciously ; mutual affection is a tacit avowal and appreciation of mutual good...
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The Table Talk and Omniana of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Anecdotes - 1884 - 446 pages
...Wordsworth, who has never meditated on the truths which Wordsworth has wedded to immortal verse ? ' estimable have a fainter perception of their own qualities than...friends have ;— otherwise they would love themselves. And though they may fear flattery, yet if not justified in suspecting intentional deceit, they cannot...
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 1

Charles Dudley Warner - Literature - 1896
...those who profess it; but perhaps the world at large little knows the effect of this influence, — how often the unformed character of a young, timid, and...is a tacit avowal and appreciation of mutual good qualities, — perhaps friendship yet more than love, for the latter is far more an aspiration, a passion,...
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International Library of Masterpieces, Literature, Art and Rare ..., Volume 1

Harry Thurston Peck - Literature - 1901
...those who profess it; but perhaps the world at large little knows the effect of this influence, — how often the unformed character of a young, timid, and...is a tacit avowal and appreciation of mutual good qualities, — perhaps friendship yet more than love, for the latter is far more an aspiration, a passion,...
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The World's Great Masterpieces: History, Biography, Science ..., Volume 1

Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Richard Stockton - Literature - 1901
...those who profess it; but perhaps the world at large little knows the effect of this influence, — how often the unformed character of a young, timid, and...is a tacit avowal and appreciation of mutual good qualities, — perhaps friendship yet more than love, for the latter is far more an aspiration, a passion,...
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The Table Talk and Omniana of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Coventry Patmore - English essays - 1917 - 500 pages
...immortal verse ? HUMILITY OF THE AMIABLE. It is well ordered by nature, that the amiable and estimable have a fainter perception of their own qualities than...friends have ;—otherwise they would love themselves. And though they may fear flattery, yet if not justified in suspecting intentional deceit, they cannot...
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