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" KIND words never blister the tongue or lips. And we have never heard of any mental trouble arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. They help one's own good nature and good will. "
District School Journal, of the State of New-York - Page 58
1849
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The Christian Pioneer, Volumes 20-23

Baptists - 1866
...the tongue or lips on their passage into the world, or occasion any other kind of bodily suffering; and we have never heard of any mental trouble arising...Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much.—1. They help one's own good nature and good-will. One cannot be in a habit of this kind without...
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The Wesleyan Sunday-school magazine [afterw.] The Wesleyan methodist Sunday ...

1868
...the name of the person offering the reward, has been found at Silchester. — Jluilder. Kind Words. KIND words do not cost much. They never blister the...Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. (1st.) They help one's own good nature and goodwill. Soft words soften our own soul. Angry words are...
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Pleasant readings for homely people, by the author of 'Words of consolation ...

G. S - 1869
...can poison their weapons, and, weak as they are, can give mortal wounds !" Always remember that — " Kind words do not cost much. They never blister the...Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. They help one's own good-nature and good-will. Soft words soften our own soul. Angry words are fuel...
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Plain Educational Talks with Teachers and Parents: By Albert N. Raub ...

Albert Newton Raub - Education - 1869 - 220 pages
...manner. Pascal says ; " Kind words do not cost much ; they never blister the tongue nor lips, and we never heard of any mental trouble arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, they help one's good-nature. Soft words soften our own souls. Angry words are fuel ~" 123 to the flame...
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The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette and Manual of Politeness: Being a Complete ...

Cecil B. Hartley - Etiquette - 1873 - 332 pages
...the tongue or lips in their passage into the world, or occasion any other kind of bodily suffering. And we have never heard of any mental trouble arising...Though they do not COST much, yet they ACCOMPLISH much. They help one's own good nature and good will. One cannot be in a habit of this kind, without thereby...
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The Christian messenger, Volumes 7-8

1871
...our great leader in the conflict of life. Knn> WOBDS.—They never blister the tongue or lips, and we never heard of any mental trouble arising from this...Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. They help one's own good nature and goodwill. Soft words soften our own soul; angry words are fuel...
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The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness: A Complete Handbook ...

Florence Hartley - Etiquette - 1872 - 340 pages
...inferior to his own, shall, by the help of education, have been raised to the same level ! Pascal Says : " Kind words do not cost much. They never blister the...arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much. 1. They help one's own good nature. Soft words soften our own soul. Angry words are fuel to the flame...
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The Juvenile instructor and companion, Volumes 24-25

Young people - 1873
...said, " I will run and ask my father for a goat.': Thus were the goats turned into Bibles. KIND WORDS. KIND words do not cost much. They never blister the...Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. They help one's own good nature and good will. Soft words soften our own soul. Angry words are fuel...
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The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness: Being a ...

Cecil B. Hartley - Etiquette - 1874 - 332 pages
...the tongue or lips in their passage into the world, or occasion any other kind of bodily suffering. And we have never heard of any mental trouble arising...Though they do not COST much, yet they ACCOMPLISH much. They help one's own good nature and good will. One cannot be in a habit of this kind, without thereby...
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The new handbook of illustration; or, Treasury of themes, meditations [&c ...

E S. P - 1874
...rules of prndenco say what you are. — Alford, Kind Words. — -They never blister the tongue nor lips. And we have never heard of any mental trouble...from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, yet at the expense of sound sense, and ! they accomplish much. They help jndge of the merits of their obser-...
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