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" WHY should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against his will ? Hands were made for honest labour, Not to plunder, or to steal. 'Tis a foolish self-deceiving By such tricks to hope for gain: All that's ever got by thieving Turns to sorrow, shame, and... "
The Comic annual. By T. Hood - Page 77
by Thomas Hood - 1839
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The Poetical Works of Isaac Watts ...: Collated with the Best ..., Volumes 1-2

Isaac Watts, Thomas Park - English poetry - 1807
...gain a good name by well doing my duty ; This will scent, like a rose, when I'm dead. \ THE THIEF. WHY should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against his will ? Hands were made for honest labour, 1 Not to plunder or to steal. 'Tis a foolish self-deceiving By such tricks to hope for gain : All that's...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper;: Watts, A. Philips ...

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810
...gain a good name by well-doing my duty : This will scent like a rose when I 'm dead. IV. THE THIEF. WHY should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against...made for honest labour, Not to plunder or to steal. T is a foolish self-deceiving By such tricks to hope for gain : All that 's ever got by thieving Turns...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 13

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1810
...gain a good name by well-doing my duty : This will scent like a rose when I 'm dead. IV, THE THIEF. WHY should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against his will ? (lands were made for honest labour, Not to plunder or to steal. T is a foolish self-deceiving By...
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The Youth's instructer [sic] and guardian

...paper. Need I say that, boy as I was, I read these verses with, to say the least, curious feelings. " Why should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against...Hands were made for honest labour ; Not to plunder nor to steal. " Guard my heart, O God of heaven, Lest I covet what's not mine ; Lest I take what is...
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Divine and moral songs, attempted in easy language, for the use of children

Isaac Watts - Children's poetry, English - 1829 - 69 pages
...gain a good name by well doing my duty, This will scent like a rose when I'm dead. SONG IV. THE THIEF. WHY should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against...made for honest labour, Not to plunder or to steal. 'Tis a foolish self-deceiving, By such tricks to hope for gain ; Have not Eve and Adam taught us Their...
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Friendly advice to my poor neighbours: in tales and dialogues, by a member ...

Friendly advice - 1829
...as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me." THE THIEF. Why should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against...made for honest labour, Not to plunder, or to steal. 'Tis a foolish self-deceiving By such tricks to hope for gain ; All that's ever got by thieving Turns...
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Divine and moral songs, for the use of children

Isaac Watts - 1830
...that throw pebbles and mire ! There's none but a madman will throw about fire, SONG III. The Thief. WHY should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against...made for honest labour, Not to plunder or to steal. 'Tis a foolish self-deceiving By such tricks to hope for gain ; All that's ever got by thieving Turns...
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The comic annual

Thomas Hood - English wit and humor - 1839
...with it ! It was quite beautiful to hear her talk about honesty — Faith, Hope, and Honesty, — 4 Why should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against his will' — Why indeed ! I could have listened to her — but — Mercy on us ! Where t* the goold watch as...
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A Course of lessons: together with the tunes, to which they are usually sung ...

Thomas Bilby - Music - 1836 - 132 pages
...Grant me thy grace, and teach me how To tame and rule my tongue. AGAINST STEALING. Tune, " Wallace." Why should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against...made for honest labour, Not to plunder or to steal. 'Tis a foolish self-deceiving, By such tricks to hope for gain ; All that's ever got by thieving Turns...
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A New Hieroglyphical Bible: With Devotional Pieces for Youth

Hieroglyphic Bibles - 1837 - 210 pages
...I'm dead. Only Luke is with me. Take Mark, and bring h lee : for he is profitable to me for the : WHT should I deprive my neighbour Of his goods against...made for honest labour, Not to plunder or to steal. Tis a foolish self-deceiving, By such tricks to hope lor gain : All that's ever got by thieving, Turns...
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