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" It is an infinite satisfaction to me, that all my friends have been faithful. If I am angry with fortune, it is for the sake of my country. Myself I esteem more happy than the conquerors ; not only in respect of the past, but in my present situation. "
Plutarch's Lives: Translated from the Original Greek, with Notes Critical ... - Page 100
by Plutarch - 1770
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Plutarch's Lives, Volume 6

Plutarch - Greece - 1795
...happy than the con" querors ; not only in refped of the pait, but in my pre" lent fituation. 'I (hall leave behind me that reputation " for virtue, which...will never acquire. For pofterity will not fcruple to be" lieve and declare, that they were an abandoned fet of " men, who deftroyed the virtuous, for the...
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Plutarch's Lives, Volume 5

Plutarch - 1803
...happy than the con" querors ; not only in respect of the past, but in my pre" sent situation. I shall leave behind me that reputation " for virtue, which...their wealth and power, " will never acquire : For posterity will not scruple to be" lieve and declare, that they were an abandoned set of " men, who...
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Plutarch's Lives, Volume 5

Plutarch - Greece - 1804
...happy than the conquer' ors ; not only in refpect of the pad, but in my prefent ' Situation. I ihall leave behind me that reputation for ' virtue, which...declare, that they were an abandoned fet of ' men, who deftroyed the virtuous, for the fake of that ' empire to which they had no right." After this he entreated...
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Lives, translated from the Greek, with notes critical and ..., Volume 7

Plutarch - 1808
...efteem more happy than the conquerors, not only in refpect of the paft, but in mr prefent fituation. I fhall leave behind me that reputation for virtue, which they, with all their wealth asd power, will never acquire: For poflerity will not fcrupk to believe and declare that they were...
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Plutarch's Lives, tr. by J. and W. Langhorne

Plutarchus - 1813
...happy than the conquerors, " not only in respect of my past, but also my pre" sent situation. I shall leave behind me that " reputation for virtue, which...all their " wealth and power will never acquire. For pos" terity will not scruple to believe, that they were " an abandoned and worthless set of men, who...
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Plutarch's lives: translated from the original Greek, Volume 7

Plutarch - History - 1822
...more happy than the conquerors, not only in respect of my past, but also my present situation. I shall leave behind me that reputation for virtue, which...all their wealth and power will never acquire. For posterity will not scruple to believe, that they were an abandoned .and worthless set of men, who destroyed...
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham].

James Silk Buckingham - 1825
...more happy than the conquerors, not only in respect of my past, but also my present situation. I shall leave behind me that reputation for virtue, which...all their wealth and power will never acquire. For posterity will not scruple to believe, that they were an abandoned and worthless set of men, who destroyed...
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Latin prose composition and translation with grammatical and critical papers ...

Robert Millington MILLINGTON - 1883 - 160 pages
...8 respect of the past, but in my present situation. I shall leave4 behind me that reputation for 5 virtue, which they, with all their wealth and power, will never acquire. For posterity will not scruple 6 to belicve and declare that they were an abandoned set of men, who destroyed...
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Plutarch's Lives of Romulus, Lycurgus, Solon ... and Others and His ...

Plutarch - Greece - 1889 - 671 pages
...more happy than the conquerors ; not only in respect of the past, but in my present situation. I shall leave behind me that reputation for virtue, which...all their wealth and power, will never acquire. For posterity will not scruple to believe and declare, that they were an abandoned set of men, who destroyed...
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A selection from the poetry and comedies of Alfred de Musset

Alfred de Musset - French drama (Comedy) - 1895 - 282 pages
...more happy than the conquerors ; not only in respect to the past, but in my present situation. I shall leave behind me that reputation for virtue which they...with all their wealth and power will never acquire. Eor posterity will not scruple to believe and declare that they were an abandoned set of men, who destroyed...
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