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" Rome shall be traced to his wise and liberal policy. Yet not less truly glorious, if his own authority should date its decline to his noble refusal to lend his apostolical sanction to a war of conquest. For Italy, however, and for France, and for the... "
Oration Pronounced by the Honorable Robert C. Winthrop: Speaker of the House ... - Página 10
por Robert Charles Winthrop - 1848 - 23 páginas
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The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected in Eighteen Volumes ..., Volumen9

John Dryden - 1808
...Through viewless conduits spirits to dispense ; The springs of motion from the seat of sense. Twas not the hasty product of a day, But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay. He, like a patient angler, ere he strook, Would let them play a while upon the hook, Our healthful...
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The Works of John Dryden Now First Collected ...

John Dryden - 1808
...Through viewless conduits spirits to dispense; The springs of motion from the seat of sense. 'Twas not the hasty product of a day, But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay. He, like a patient angler, ere he strook, Would let them play a while upon the hook. Our healthful...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke: With a Portrait ..., Volumen6

Edmund Burke - 1823
...at an heat by a set of presumptuous men, like the assembly of pettifoggers run mad in Paris. " *Tis not the hasty product of a day, " But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay." It is the result of the thoughts of many minds, in many ages. It is no simple, no superficial thing,...
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A Memoir of the Rev. Henry Martyn, B.D.

John Sargent - 1830 - 507 páginas
...be affirmed that it was hurried to a conclusion with a heedless and blameable precipitancy. " 'Twas not the hasty product of a day ; But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay." " It is a real refreshment to my spirit" Mr. Martyn remarks to Mr. Corrie, just at the moment of sending...
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The Foreign Quarterly Review, Volumen7;Volumen12

1833
...of a person occupied with other matters, a mere skeleton of legislation, wanting flesh and blood : " Not the hasty product of a day, But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay." Under the actual circumstances of this country however, any law on national education must, as Cousin...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volumen19

1838
...excellence lies not upon the surface, and where the approbation of mankind is like the work of the author, " Not the hasty product of a day, But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay" — or where the surpassing excellence is such that it captivates not only at its birth, but is green...
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The New-York Review, Volumen7

1840
...political institutions, time was needed tor the process of assimilation which made the Union : 'Twas not the hasty product of a day, But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay. The social union once made, the political union was designed to give it consistency and stability. It is...
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Sketches of Christianity in North India

Michael Wilkinson - 1844 - 419 páginas
...it be affirmed that it was hurried to a conclusion with a heedless and blameable precipitancy. 'Twas not the hasty product of a day, But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay. ' It is a real refreshment to my spirit,' Mr. Martyn writes to Mr. Corrie, 'just at the moment of sending...
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The Massachusetts Teacher, Volúmenes3-4

1850
...that it is a thing to be attained by an off-hand effort, or by following this or that set of rules. It is not the hasty product of a day, But the well-ripened fruit of sage delay. It is not our design in this article to treat the subject philosophically or profoundly,...
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Addresses and Speeches on Various Occasions: 1835-1851

Robert Charles Winthrop - 1852 - 580 páginas
...them. Every mountain has found a tongue for them. . Sonitnm toto Germania ccelo Audiit, et insolitis tremuerunt motibus Alpes. Everywhere the people are...upon which they have entered. New systems are to be constructed ; new forms to be established ; new governments to be instituted, organized, and administered,...
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