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" In the first place, let them consider well what are the characters which they bear among their enemies. Our friends very often flatter us as much as our own hearts. "
Self-knowledge:: A Treatise, Shewing the Nature and Benefit of the Important ... - עמוד 198
מאת John Mason - 1794 - 240 דפים
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The Spectator, כרך 6

1739
...Place, let them confider well what are the Characters which they bear among their Enemies. Our Friends very often flatter us, as much as our own Hearts....we think them too trivial to be taken notice of. An Adverfary, on the contrary, makes a ftrifter Search into us, difcovers every Flaw and Imperfection...
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The Spectator, כרך 6

1729
...which they bear among their Enemies. Our Triends very often flatter us, as much as our own Heavts. .They either do not fee our Faults, or conceal them...that we think them too trivial to be taken notice of. AnAdverfary, on the contrary, makes a ftrifter Search into us, difcovers every Flaw and Imperfection...
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The Spectator, כרך 6

1767
...confider well what are the characters which they bear among their enemies. Our friends very often flatten us, as much as our own hearts. They either do not fee our faults, or conceal them from us, orfoft^n them by their reprefentations, after fuch a manner, that we think them too trivial to be taken...
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The Moral Miscellany: Or, a Collection of Select Pieces, in Prose and Verse ...

1773 - 376 דפים
...place, let them confider well, what are the charafters which they bear among their enemies. Our friends very often flatter us as much as our own hearts. They...from us, or foften them by their reprefentations, in fuch a manner, that we think them too trivial to be taken notice of. An adverfary, on the contrary,...
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The Spectator, כרך 6

1778
...place, let them confider well what are-tne characters which they bear among their enemies. Our friends very often flatter us, as much as our own hearts....manner, that we think them too trivial to be taken notics of. Anadverfary, on -the contrary, makes a ftricter fearch into us, difcovers every flaw and...
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Harrison's British Classicks, כרך 5

1786
...them confider well \vhat are the characters which they bear among their enemies. Our friends тегу often flatter us, as much as our own hearts. They either do not fee our Fiiuhs, or concenl them from us, or foften them by their reprefentations, after fuch 3 manner, that...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose, Selected ...

Vicesimus Knox - 1790 - 1019 דפים
...place, let them confider well, what are the characters which they bear among their ehemies¿ Our friends very often flatter us as much as our own hearts. They...either do not fee our faults, or conceal them from us, of foften them by their reprefentations, after fuch a manner, that we think them too trivial to be...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose ..., כרך 1

1797 - 1120 דפים
...place, let them coniider well, what arc the charaflers which they bear among their enemies. Our friends very often flatter us as much as our own hearts. They...we think them too trivial to be taken notice of. An adverfary.on the contrary, makes a ftriibr fearcti into us, riifcovers every flaw and imperfection...
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The Beauties of the Spectators, Tatlers, and Guardians: Connected and ..., כרך 2

Joseph Addison - 1801
...place, let them confider well what are the characters which they bear among the^r enemies. Our friends very often flatter us, as much as our own hearts....we think them too trivial to be taken notice of. An adverfary, on the contrary, makes ftricter fearch into us, difcovers every flaw and imperfection in...
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The New England Quarterly Magazine, כרך 1

1802
...it no calamity that he hath enemies to be his effectual monitors — "Our friends (fays Mr. Addlfon) very often flatter us as much as our own hearts. They either do not lee our faults, or conceal them from us ; or foften them by their reprefentations, after fuch a manner...
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