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" The former is a loud and noisy Applause the latter a more silent and internal Homage Fame floats on, the Breath of the Multitude Honour rests on the Judgment of the Thinking Fame may give Praise while it withholds Esteem... "
Sermons - Page 9
by Hugh Blair - 1790
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1790
...employed in advancing the good of mankind. Hence, they frequently give rife to fame. But a dillinclion is to be made between fame and true honour. The former is a loud and noify applauie : the latter, a more nient and internal homage. Fame floats on the breath of the multitude...
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A view of nature, in letters to a traveller among the Alps: With ..., Volume 5

Sir Richard Joseph Sullivan (bart.) - Natural theology - 1794
...distinction between fame and true honour. The former is a loud and noisy applause : the latter, a more silent and internal homage. Fame floats on the breath of the multitude : honour rests on the judgment of the thinking. Fame may give praise, while it witholds esteem : true honour...
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Mysteries elucidated [by A.M. Mackenzie].

Anna Maria Mackenzie - 1795
...her character, in which caprice obtained a confiderable fhare. F 2 ' CIlAi*. CHAP. VII. A diftinftion is to be made between fame and true honour : The former...on the breath of the multitude, honour refts on the judgement of the thinking. — Fame may give praife, while it with-holds efteera.— True honour implies...
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Sentimental Beauties from the Writings of Dr. Blair: Selected with a View to ...

Hugh Blair - English literature - 1798 - 326 pages
...employed in advancing the good of mankind. Hence, they frequently give rife to fame. But a diftin&ion is to be made between fame and true honour. The former...internal homage. Fame floats on the breath of the rnukitude; Honour refts on the judgment of the thinking^ Fama may give praife while it with-holds efteem:...
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Beauties of British Prose

English prose literature - 1805 - 360 pages
...employed in advancing the good of mankind. Hence, they frequently give rise to fame. But a distinction is to be made between fame and true honour, The former is a loud and noisy applause ; the latter, a more silent and internal homage. Fame floats on the breath of the multitude...
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An English Grammar: Comprehending the Principles and Rules of the ..., Volume 2

Lindley Murray - English language - 1808
...honour, a distinction is to be made. The former is a loud and noisy applause: the latter, a more silent and internal homage. Fame floats on the breath of the multitude: honour rests on the judgment of the thinking. Fame may give praise, while it withholds esteem: true honour...
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A Theological Dictionary, Volume 1

Charles Buck - Theology - 1810
...made betwer n fame and true honour. The former is a loud and noisy applause ; the latter a more silent and internal homage. Fame floats on the breath of the multitude ; honour rests on the judgment of the thinking. In order, then, to discern where true honour lies, we must not...
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English exercises: adapted to Murray's English grammar ... Designed for the ...

Lindley Murray - English language - 1812 - 192 pages
...Honour a Distinction is to be made The former is a loud and noisy Applause the latter a more silent and internal Homage Fame floats on the Breath of the Multitude Honour rests on the Judgment of the Thinking Fame may give Praise while it withholds Esteem true Honour implies...
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Key to the Exercises Adapted to Murray's English Grammar: Calculated to ...

Lindley Murray - English language - 1814 - 171 pages
...honour, a distinction is to be made. The former is a loud and noisy applause: the latter, a more silent and internal homage. Fame floats on the breath of the multitude : honour rests on the judgment of the thinking. Fame may give praise, while it withholds esteem : true honour...
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English Exercises, Adapted to Murray's English Grammar: Consisting of ...

Lindley Murray - English language - 1814 - 192 pages
...Honour a Distinction is to be made The former is a loud and noisy Applause the latter a more silent and internal Homage Fame floats on the Breath of the Multitude Honour rests on the Judgment of the Thinking Fame may give Praise while it withholds Esteem true Honour implies...
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