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" ... it is necessary to seem to derive exclusive enjoyment from the society of the object avowed to be beloved, and to seek its gratification in preference to one's own, even in the most trivial things. He knew not that opportunities of conferring large... "
Adeline Mowbray, or, The mother and daughter. New, illustr. ed. [Followed by ... - Page 233
1844
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Poetry and prose; including some original correspondence with distinguished ...

Elizabeth (pseud.) - 1821
...He knew not, that opportunities of conferring large benefits, like Bank bills for a thousand pounds, rarely come into use ; but little attentions, friendly...necessary to carry on the business of life and happiness.' " On prayer, my dear madam, I think as you do. To thank a gracious Providence for the multitude pf...
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Atheneum, Or, Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 11

1822
...opportunities of conferring large benefits. like bank bills for \ ,000, rarely come into use ; but that little attentions, friendly participations, and kindnesses...necessary to carry on the business of life and happiness. Where the conduct is not founded on religious, and consequently, on immutable principles, we may not...
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Madeline. Adeline Mowbray. Simple tales. The black velvet pelisse. The death ...

Amelia Opie - English fiction - 1841
...trivial things. HT knew not that opportunities of conferring lar^ benefits, like bank-bills for 1000/. rarely come into use; but little attentions, friendly...wanted daily, and, like small change, are necessary to cany on the business of life and happiness. A minute, and more perhaps, elapsed, before Berrendale...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 25

Periodicals - 1844
...conferring large benefits, like bank-bills for a thousand pounds, rarely come into use ; but litflft attentions, friendly participations and kindnesses,...are necessary to carry on the business of life and liappiness. — Mas. OPIB, JOHN W. PAEBIB, PUBL15HEB, WEST STRAND, LONDON lira 775. SUPPLEMENT, PRICB...
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The kaleidoscope of anecdotes and aphorisms, collected by C. Sinclair

Catherine Sinclair - 1851
...little provocations. Opportunities of conferring large benefits, like bankbills for a thousand pounds, rarely come into use ; but little attentions, friendly...necessary to carry on the business of life and happiness. Saudi, the Persian poet, says that, " wisdom, is to enjoy, and goodness, to make others enjoy." In...
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The New England Farmer's Almanac ..., Volume 1

Thomas Green Fessenden - 1823
...qualities^ Opportunities for confering large benefits, like bank bills of jJlOOO, rarely come in our way, but little attentions, friendly participations, and...wanted daily, and like small change are necessary for carrying on the business of life and happiness. Many a conjugal union, which has never been assailed...
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