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The Athenaeum: A Magazine of Literary and Miscellaneous Information ... - Page 459
edited by - 1807
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The Example of France, a Warning to Britain

Arthur Young - France - 1794 - 256 pages
...workman equally with the prince — a horror at the idea of revolutions ; will teach men rather to bare the ills they have, than fly to others th,at they know not of; and colifequently has done more againft the caufe of that real and fafe liberty, which was gradually...
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Mordaunt: Sketches of Life, Characters, and Manners, in Various ..., Volume 1

John Moore - Europe - 1800
...of this may tend to render political ca^ / lamity of long life, *' And make men rather bear tliofe ills they have; Than fly to others that they know not of." What could be more apparent than the grievances of the ancient government of France ? Many of thofe...
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The bees: a poem, in four books; with notes, moral, political, and philosophical

John Evans (M. D.), Charles C. Miller Memorial Apicultural Library - Nature - 1806 - 174 pages
...opposite extreme, and earnestly entreat at least his elder patients to — — " rather bear those ills they have, " Than fly to others that they know not of." Having thus far digressed on the effects of Cold in disease, the author would trespass a few minutes...
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The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time, Volume 27

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1814
...have always enjoyed the utmost practical happiness, and that of course the people of Norway would " rather bear the ills they have " Than fly to others that they know not of." But, I repeat, that rather, infinitely rather, than have Norway transferred to Sweden, 1 should wish...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 7

Walter Scott - Europe - 1816
...always enjoyed the utmost practical happiness, and that of course the people of Norway would " i i. .1 rather bear the ills they have, " Than fly to others that they know not. of ."' " But, I repeat, that rather, infinitely rather, than have Norway transferred to Sweden, 1 should...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volume 90

English literature - 1822
...reasoning from the known principles of the human mind, the people would rather be inclined to " bear those ills they have, than fly to others that they know not of." In the next place, we have a formidable army in India; inured to the climate — thoroughly acquainted...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 91

1862
...is one of the circumstances that renders insurrection a crime, and makes nations " rather bear those ills they have, than fly to others that they know not of." But here the two parties were already separated before the dispute began — and each State, possessing...
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The Works of John Moore

Robert Anderson - 1820
...this may tend to render political calamity of long life, '• • • And make men rather bear those ills they have, Than fly to others that they know not of-' •. • • What could be more apparent than the grievances of the ancient government of France...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 18

Abraham John Valpy - 1821
...them, and thus raise expectations only to produce disappointment: and that it is better for them " to bear the ills they have, than fly to others that they know not of." That their disappointment would beget new applications, and that it is leading them to look to Parliament...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

Arminianism - 1835
...often placed, far from a school, a place of worship, or medical aid, they would rather " bear those ills they have, than fly to others that they know not of." We arrived, very weary, at the village of Maqquadavie, where we found a very good house of entertainment....
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