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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: Illustrated, with Notes, Historical ..., Volumen9

John Dryden - 1884
...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. 170 He, like a patient angler, ere he strook, Would let them play a while upon the hook. Our healthful...
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English Literary Criticism

Charles Edwyn Vaughan - 1896 - 219 páginas
...which we can say with greater certainty, as Dryden himself said of a more questionable achievement, 'T is not the hasty product of a day, But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay. The very form of the Essay bears witness to the spirit in which it is written. It is cast as a dialogue,...
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The Legal News, Volumen2

James Kirby - 1897
...great problem of civil justice. A code of international law, if it was ever to be effected, must be, " not the hasty product of a day, but the well-ripened fruit of wise delay." Mr. IEVINO BEOWNE, who has been a contributor to the Albany Law Journal since ite commencement, has...
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The Poetical Works of John Dryden

John Dryden - 1900 - 559 páginas
...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. 170 He, like a patient angler, ere he strook, Would let them play a while upon the hook. Our healthful...
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Writings and Speeches, Volumen4

Edmund Burke - 1901
...at an heat by a set of presumptuous men, like the Assembly of pettifoggers run mad in Paris. " "I' is 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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Bolingbroke and His Times: Period II. March 1715-December 1751

Walter Sichel - 1902
...at a 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. ' " He proceeds to praise Montesquieu (Bolingbroke's friend, frequently quoted by him). But a perhaps...
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University Chronicle, Volumen1

1898
...pettifoggers run mad in Paris, but was the result of the thought of many minds in many ages." " 'Tis not the hasty product of a day, But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay." But above and beyond all things, Burke was devoted to the cause of justice. I feel that I can close...
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Welsh Political and Educational Leaders in the Victorian Era

John Vyrnwy Morgan - 1908 - 734 páginas
...and he .was convinced that a sound political constitution, in the words of his favourite Dryden, " Is not the hasty product of a day. But the well-ripened fruit of wise delay." During this period, though he was disabled for two years by a serious illness, his reputation as a...
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The Scholar's Larger Life

James Langdon Hill - 1921 - 201 páginas
...So with the by a Bet 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.'' — The Works of Edmund Burke. Vol....
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The Fortnightly, Volumen12

1869
...practice, who is not in the habit of broaching plans which he has not maturely considered — ' 'Tis not the hasty product of a day, But the well-ripened fruit of long delay.' " " What a beautiful and apt quotation ! " said Woodville. " Thus I argue the matter,"...
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