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Page 109 - ... godliness hath promise of the life that now is," as well as of that which is to come.
Page 460 - Whoever reads these volumes without any reference to the German, must be pleased with the easy, perspicuous, idiomatic, and harmonious force of the English style. But he will be still more satisfied when, on turning to the original, he finds that the rendering is word for word, thought for thought, and sentence for sentence. In preparing so beautiful a rendering as the present, the...
Page 190 - ... below him, who regulates his production by his consumption, who eats his own corn, drinks his own wine, is clothed with his own flax and wool, cares little about knowing the price of the market ; for he has little to sell, and little to buy, and is never ruined by the revolutions of commerce.