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" I am sure sincerity is better ; for why does any man dissemble, or seem to be that which he is not, but because he thinks it good to have such a quality as he pretends to ? for to counterfeit and dissemble, is to put on the appearance of some real excellency. "
The Republican - Page 618
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Many Thoughts of Many Minds: A Treasury of Quotations from the Literature of ...

Louis Klopsch - Quotations, English - 1896 - 304 pages
...to be " consistent." — HOLMES. If the show of any thing be good for any thing, I am sure sincerity is better; for why does any man dissemble, or seem...thinks it good to have such a quality as he pretends to ? — TiLLOTsON. The only conclusive evidence of a man's sincerity is that he gives himself for a principle....
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THE SPECTATOR

1897
...have been the Author of them, 'If the Show of any thing be good for any thing, '. am sure Sincerity is better; for why does any Man dissemble, or seem...some real Excellency* Now the best Way in the World to seem to be any thing, is really to be what he would seem to be* Besides, that it is many times as...
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The Spectator, Volume 2

George Gregory Smith - 1897
...have been the Author of them, 'If the Show of any thing be good for any thing, I am sure Sincerity is better; for why does any Man dissemble, or seem...thinks it good to have such a Quality as he pretends to 1 For to counterfeit and dissemble, is to put on the Appearance of some real Excellency. Now the best...
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The Spectator: no. 322-394; Mar. 10, 1712-June 2, 1712

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1898
...Sermons, vol. ii. Ser1n. I. (fol. ). - Ingenuousness. thing be good for anything, I am sure sincerity is better ; for why does any man dissemble, or seem...the best way in the world for a man to seem to be anything is really to be what he would seem to be. Besides that, it is many times as troublesome to...
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The Spectator: no. 322-394; Mar. 10, 1712-June 2, 1712

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1898
...advantages of appearance, and many more. If the show of anything be good for anything, I am sure sincerity is better ; for why does any man dissemble, or seem...the best way in the world for a man to seem to be anything is really to be what he would seem to be. Besides that, it is many times as troublesome to...
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The Spectator: no. 81-169; June 2, 1711-Sept. 13, 1711

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1898
...could have been author of them. ' If the show of anything be good for anything, I am sure sincerity is better; for why does any man dissemble, or seem...some real excellency. Now the best way in the world to seem to be anything, is really to be what he would seem to be. Besides, that it is many times as...
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Studies in English and American Literature

Goodloe Harper Bell - American literature - 1900 - 599 pages
...advantages of appearance, and many more. If the show of anything be good for anything, I am sure sincerity is better ; for why does any man dissemble, or seem...the best way in the world for a man to seem to be anything, is really to be what he would seem to be. Besides that, it is many times as troublesome to...
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Chamber's Cyclopędia of English Literature, Volume 2

Robert Chambers, David Patrick - Authors, English - 1902
...advantages of appearance, and many more. If the show of anything be good for anything, I am sure sincerity wish anything is really to be what he would seem to be. Besides that it is many times as troublesome to...
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Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History Critical ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers, David Patrick - Authors, English - 1902
...advantages of appearance, and many more. If the show of anything be good for anything, I am sure sincerity . anything is really to be what he would seem to be. Besides that it is many times as troublesome to...
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History of English literature, Volume 3

Hippolyte Taine - 1904
...advantages of appearance, and many more. If the show of anything be good for anything, I am sure sincerity is better ; for why does any man dissemble, or seem to be that which he is not, but because he think* it good to have such a quality as he pretends to? For to counterfeit and dissemble, is to put...
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