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" The knowledge of thyself will preserve thee from vanity, and the fate of the frog that foolishly vied with the ox, will serve thee as a caution; the recollection, too, of having been formerly a swineherd in thine own country... "
Don Quixote - Page 168
1875 - 567 pages
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Don Quixote

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra - Knights and knighthood - 1848 - 424 pages
...knighterrantry. " Listen now to the few counsels which I shall give thee for thy conduct : " First, my son, fear God ; for, to fear him is wisdom ; and being wise, thou canst not err. • " Conceal not the meanness of thy family, nor think it disgraceful to be descended from peasants...
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Don Quixote de la Mancha

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra - 1866 - 495 pages
...embark, and where thon wilt be in danger of being swallowed up in a gulf of confusion. " First, my son, fear God ; for, to fear him is wisdom ; and being...wise, thou canst not err. " Secondly, consider what thon art, and endeavour to know thyself, which is the most difficult study of all others. The knowledge...
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Sanders' Rhetorical, Or, Union Sixth Reader: Embracing a Full Exposition of ...

Charles Walton Sanders - Readers - 1862 - 600 pages
...his chamber, in order to give him some advice, respecting his conduct in office :—" First, my son, fear God : for, to fear him is wisdom; and being wise, thou canst net err. Secondly, ccnsider what thou art, and endeavor to know thyself, which is the most difficult...
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Adventures of don Quixote de la Mancha; tr. by C. Jarvis, revised. Illustr ...

1870
...embark, and where thou wilt be in danger of being swallowed up in a gulf of confusion. " First, my son, fear God : for, to fear him is wisdom ; and being...what thou art, and endeavour to know thyself, which u the most difficult study of all others. The knowledge of thyself will preserve thee from vanity,...
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Adventures of don Quixote de la Mancha. Tr. by Motteux. New, revised ed

1877
...of confusions, and nothing else. " First, my son, fear God ; for the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom, and, being wise, thou canst not err. " Secondly, consider what thou hast been, and endeavour to know thyself, a knowledge of all others the most difficult to acquire....
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New reader, Volume 2

1879
...INSTRUCTIONS. " T ISTEN now to the few counsels which I shall JJ give thee for thy conduct : " First, my son, fear God : for to fear Him is wisdom ; and being wise, thou canst not err. (" Conceal not the meanness of thy family, nor think it disgraceful to be descended from peasants ;...
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Don Quixote

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra - 1880 - 811 pages
...embark, and where thou wilt be in danger of being swallowed up in the gulf of confusion. " First, my son, fear God ; for to fear Him is wisdom ; and being wise,...canst not err. " Secondly, consider what thou art, and endeavor to know thyself, which is the most difficult study of all others. The knowledge of thyself...
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The Library of Wit and Humor, Prose and Poetry: Selected from the ..., Volume 5

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Rufus Edmonds Shapley - Wit and humor - 1884
...embark, and where thou wilt be in danger of being swallowed up in the gulf of confusion. "First, my son, fear God, for to fear Him is wisdom ; and, being wise,...canst not err. " Secondly, consider what thou art, and endeavor to know thyself, which ie the most difficult study of all others. The knowledge of thyself...
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Alden's Cyclopedia of Universal Literature: Presenting Biographical and ...

Literature - 1886
...embark, and where thou wilt be in danger of being swallowed up in the gulf of confusion. First, my ton, fear God : for to fear Him is wisdom, and being wise,...canst not err. Secondly, consider what thou art, and endeavor to know thyself, which is the most difBcult study of all others. The knowledge of thyself...
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Living Thoughts in Words that Burn, from Poet, Sage and Humorist

Literature - 1891 - 382 pages
...embark, and where thou wilt be in danger of being swallowed up in a gulp of confusion. " First, my son, fear God : for, to fear him is wisdom ; and being...canst not err. " Secondly, consider what thou art, and endeavor to know thyself, which is the most difficult study of all others. The knowledge of thyself...
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