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" I would be sory to offend, or that any should mistake my honest meaning: for I wish good to all, hurt to none. But rich men for the most part are growne to that dotage, through their pride in their wealth, as though there were no accident could end it,... "
Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement, and ... - Page 17
1838
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volume 13

John Pinkerton - Voyages and travels - 1812
...my honeft meaning, for I wiih good to all, hurt to none : but rich men for the moil part are grown to that dotage through their pride in their wealth,...were no accident could end it or their life. And what helliih care do fuch take to make it their own mifery and their countries' fpoil, efpecially when there...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1836 - 28 pages
...my honest meaning ; for I wish good to all, hurt to none. But rich men, for the most part, are grown to that dotage, through their pride in their wealth,...And what hellish care do such take to make it their own misery and their country's spoil, especially when there is most need of their employment, drawing,...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

1837 - 300 pages
...my honest meaning ; for I wish good to all, hurt to none. But rich men, for the most part, are grown to that dotage, through their pride in their wealth,...And what hellish care do such take to make it their own misery and their country's spoil, especially when there is most need of their employment, drawing,...
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A Description of New England: Or, Observations and Discoveries in the North ...

John Smith - New England - 1865 - 89 pages
...fhould miftake my honeft meaning : for I wifh good to all, hurt to none. But rich men for the moft part are growne to that dotage, through their pride...no accident could end it, or their life. And what hellifh care do fuch take to make it their owne miferie, and their Countries fpbile, efpecially when...
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Captain John Smith (1579-1631) Sometime Governor of Virginia, and Admiral of ...

Charles Dudley Warner - Explorers - 1881 - 307 pages
...mistake my honest meaning: for I wish good to all, hurt to none; but rich men for the most part are grown to that dotage through their pride in their wealth,...And what hellish care do such take" to make it their own misery and their countrie's spoil, especially when there is such need of their employment, drawing...
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Capt. John Smith, of Willoughby, Volume 1

John Smith - Bermuda Islands - 1884 - 984 pages
...rewards the world yet hath for them that will seeke them and worthily deserue them. I would bee sorry to offend, or that any should mistake my honest meaning;...could end it or their life. And what hellish care doe such take to make it their owne misery and their Countries spoile, especially when there is most...
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A Library of American Literature, Volume 1

Edmund Clarence Stedman - 1888
...and rewards, the world yet hath for them will seeke them and worthily deserve them. I would be sorry to offend, or that any should mistake my honest meaning:...And what hellish care do such take to make it their ownc miserie, and their Countries spoile, especially when there is most neede of their imployment?...
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Works, 1608-1631, Volume 2

John Smith - United States - 1895
...rewards the world yet hath for them that will seeke them and worthily descrue them. I would bee sorry to offend, or that any should mistake my honest meaning;...could end it or their life. And what hellish care doe such take to make it their owne miseiy and their Countries spoile, especially when there is most...
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The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volume 10

David Josiah Brewer, William Schuyler - American essays - 1900
...Description of New England. "Basses as a Defence." — I would be sorry to offend, or that any one should mistake my honest meaning ; for I wish good...spoile, especially when there is most neede of their employment ? drawing by all manner of inventions, from the Prince and his honest subjects, even the...
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Colonial Prose and Poetry ...: Pioneer literature

William Peterfield Trent, Benjamin Willis Wells - American literature - 1901
...my honest meaning : for I wish good to all, hurt to none. But rich men for the most part are grown to that dotage, through their pride in their wealth,...And what hellish care do such take to make it their own misery, and their country's spoil, especially when there is most need of their employment ? drawing...
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