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" she says, ' to meet the sun ; Your task of yesterday 's undone ; A thousand fresh delights you miss, In dozing at an hour like this ; You lengthen out the hours of slumber Beyond what health and nature number ; Arise, if you a man would be ! From these... "
Fables and Satires: With a Preface on the Esopean Fable - Page 187
by Sir Brooke Boothby, Phaedrus, Aesop, Marquard Gude - 1809
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THE PRIMARY STANDARD SPEAKER.

EPES SARGENT - 1857
...lengthen out the hours of slumber Beyond what health and nature, number : Arise, if you a man would be ! ' Lie still,' cries Sloth ; * it is not warm ; An hour's more sleep can do no harm ; You will have time jour work to do, And leisure for amusement too.' " — Much must be heard on either side, The question...
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The North-Carolina Journal of Education, Volume 1

James D. Campbell, Calvin Henderson Wiley - Education - 1858
...would be I From these enfeebling toils be free !' ' Lie still!' cries Sloih ; 'it is not warm; Ли hour's more sleep can do no harm ; You will have time...on either side, The question fairly to decide ; And ere the long debate is o'er, Time and occasion are no more ! Would you the joy of victory know, Pause...
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Sargent's School Monthly, for Home and School Use, Volume 1

Education - 1859
...health and nature number ; Arise, if you a man would be ! From these enfeebling toils be free ! ' ' Lie still ! ' cries Sloth ; ' it is not warm ; An...on either side, The question fairly to decide ; And ere the long debate is o'er, Time and occasion are no more ! Would you the joy of victory know, Pause...
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Hymns and Rhymes for Home and School

Children's poetry - 1875 - 152 pages
...Arise ! if you a man would be ! From these enfeebling toils be free ! ' ' Lie still,' cries ^>loth, ' it is not warm ; An hour's more sleep can do no harm...either side, The question fairly to decide ; And, ere the long debate is o'er, Time and occasion are no more ! Would you the joy of victory know, Pause...
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