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" For he who fights and runs away May live to fight another day ; But he who is in battle slain Can never rise and fight again. "
Willis's Current Notes: A Series of Articles on Antiquities, Biography ... - Page 61
by George Willis - 1855
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A Series of Letters, Discovering the Scheme Projected by France, in MDCCLIX ...

Oliver MacAllester - France - 1767 - 268 pages
...Hudibraftic principles, often experienced, proved, and practifed amongft the French themfelves, That he that fights and runs away, May live to fight another day ; But he that is in battle jlain, Can never rife to fight again : Confians foon quitted the engagement, and...
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An Apology for the Life of George Anne Bellamy: Late of Covent-Garden ...

George Anne Bellamy, Alexander Bicknell - 1785
...however, abound with worldly wifdom, though you are not learned; and think with Ralph, that " He who fights and runs away, " May live to fight another day. " But he that is in battle flain, " Will never rife to fight again." Cowardice is the concomitant of guilt....
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An Apology for the Life of George Anne Bellamy, Late of Covent-Garden Theatre

George Anne Bellamy, Alexander Bicknell - Actors - 1786
...however, abound with worldly luifdom, though you are not learned', and think with Ralph, that " He who fights and runs away, " May live to fight another day. " But he that is in battle (lain, \Yill never rife to fight again." Cowardice Cowardice is the concomitant...
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Memoirs of His Own Life, Volume 2

Theater - 1790
...vfith'fejf-fufficieiit rtei-jtTo take the field againft a Jioft of foes* For as Hudibras faysHe who fights and runs away, May live to fight another day ; But he who is in battle flam, Will never rife to fight again.The firft year feeined to promife Barry and;...
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Rebellion in Bath: or, The battle of the upper-rooms: an heroico-odico ...

Richard Warner, Henry Phillpotts (bp. of Exeter.), Tom Type (pseud.) - 1808
...partbf 4 The better part of valour is discretion. Old saying, which the poet thus explains : " For he that fights, and runs away, May live to fight another day ; But he that is in battle slain, Can never live to fight again ;" an idea for which he was indebted to Homer's...
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The Lady's magazine: or, Entertaining companion for the fair sex

...stratagem t' amuse my foes, To nuke an hon'rable retreat, Aivl wave a total sure defeat : For he who fights and runs away May live to fight another day, But he who is in battle slain Cau never rise to fight again.'* I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, RP 1-5, 1806....
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The Port folio, by Oliver Oldschool

1809
...degree of merit HUDIBRAS. It is a pretty generally received opinion, that the four lines, " The man who fights, and runs away, " May live to fight another day : " But he, that is in battle slain, " Will never live to fight again:" arc a portion of the saving morality of...
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The Port Folio, Volume 1

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1809
...degree of merit. HUDIBRAS. It is a pretty generally received opinion, that the four lines, " The man who fights, and runs away, " May live to fight another day : " But he, that is in battle slain, " Will never live to fight again:" are a portion of the saving morality of...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

1815
...ARISTOT. De Pnel. XrilT. Pray where is ./</• passage? I'.u pede Hcrculem. A FIFTB-FORM LAD. H. " The man that fights and runs away, May live to fight another day; But he that is in battle slain, Can never rise to fight again." Mr. URBAN, March"T. IF the Gentleman who ascribe!...
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Musarum Deliciae: Or, the Muses Recreation, Contening Severall Pieces of ...

1817
...retreated with the rest without striking a blow. It has commonly been imagined that the lines — " For he that fights and runs away, May live to fight another day," attributed by Mr. Cunningham and Dr. Rimbault to Mennis, were to be found in this poem, but they form...
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