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" I resolve," says Bishop Beveridge, " never to speak of a man's virtues before his face, nor of his faults behind his back. "
The Bee, Or Literary Intelligencer - Page 224
edited by - 1792
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The Bee, Or Literary Intelligencer, Volume 8

James Anderson - Books, Reviews - 1792
...^common life, and c of all men without education,. is never marked* with any trait of politenefs OT tinge of good breeding. Discourse not 'in a whisper...property. Resolve never to speak of a man's virtues before ids face ; nor of his faults behind his -back. The man who has a pafsion for fiction, can never ^obtain...
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Essays and Thoughts on Various Subjects, and from Various Authors, &c ...

George Horne - English essays - 1808 - 295 pages
...people, go no farther than you would go, if they were present. " I re-solve," says Bishop Beveridge, " never to speak of " a man's virtues before his face, nor of his faults " behind his back;" a golden rule! the observation of which would, at one stroke,, banish flattery and defamation from...
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An ænigmatical catalogue of books of merit. [With] Key

John Cole - 1821
...some good impressions on his heart which never wore out." The valuable works of that man who said '.'I resolve never to speak of a man's virtues before his face, nor of his faults behind his back." A series of Discourses "which had been delivered from the pulpit, reduced into the form of Essays,...
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The British Prose Writers, Volume 18, Parts 1-2

British prose literature - 1821
...people, go no farther than you would go if they were present. " I resolve," says bishop Beveridge, " never to speak of a man's virtues before his face, nor of his fanlts behind his back:" a golden rule! the observation of which, would, at one stroke, banish flattery...
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Olla podrida

Lionel Thomas Berguer - English essays - 1823
...people, go no farther than you would go if they were present. ' I resolve,' says Bishop Beveridge, ' never to speak of a man's virtues before his face, nor of his faults behind his back:' a golden rule! the observation of which, would, at one stroke, banish flattery and defamation from...
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Ethics for youth, by a member of the Church of England

Ethics - 1828
...people, say nothing that you would not say if they were present. " I resolve," says Bishop Beveridge, " never to speak of a man's virtues before his face, nor of his faults behind his back :" this is a golden rule, the observation of which, would at one stroke banish flattery and defamation...
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The Family monitor

1831
...people, say nothing that you would not if they were present. " I resolve," says Bishop Beveridge, " never to speak of a man's virtues before his face, nor of his faults behind his back." This is a golden rule, the observation of which would, at one stroke, banish flattery and defamation...
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The Every Day Book: For Youth

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Children's literature - 1834 - 415 pages
...people, say nothing that you would not say if they were present. " I resolve," says Bishop Beveridge, " never to speak of a man's virtues before his face, nor of his faults behind his back.' This is a golden rule, the observance of which, would, at one stroke, banish flattery and defamation...
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The Every Day Book for Youth

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Children's literature - 1834 - 415 pages
...people, say nothing that you would not say if they were present. " I resolve," says Bishop Beveridge, " never to speak of a man's virtues before his face, nor of his faults behind his back.' This is a golden rule, the observance of which, would, at one stroke, banish flattery and defamation...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 5

Periodicals - 1835
...of his danger, took this expedient to save him. BURT'S Letters. "I RESOLVS," says Bishop Beveridge, "never to speak 'of a man's virtues before his face ; nor of his faults behind his back ;" a golden rule I the observation of which, would, at one stroke, banish flattery and defamation from...
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