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Książki Książki 110 z 42 na temat As riches increase," says Solomon, " so do the mouths that devour them."* The master....
" As riches increase," says Solomon, " so do the mouths that devour them."* The master mouth has no more than before. The owner, methinks, is like Ocnus in the fable, who is perpetually winding a rope of hay, and an ass at the end perpetually eating it.... "
The Works of Mr. A. Cowley: In Prose and Verse - Strona 178
autor: Abraham Cowley - 1809
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Select Works of Mr. A. Cowley: In 2 Vol, Tom 2

Abraham Cowley - 1772
...arifes naturally one more, which is, that no greatnefs can be fatisfied or contented with itfelf: ftill, if it could mount up a little higher, it would be...could gain but that point, it would obtain all its defires ; but yet at laft, when it is got up to the very top of the Pic of Tenarif, it is in very great...
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Select Works of Mr. A. Cowley, Tomy 1-2

Abraham Cowley, Richard Hurd - 1772
...arifes naturally one more, which is, that no greatnefs can be fatisfied or contented with itfelf: ftill, if it could mount up a little higher, it would be happy ; if it could gain but that point, it would tobtain all its defires ; but yet at laft, when it is got up to the very top of the Pic of Tenarif,...
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A Bill to Enable John Dickins, of Leaton in the County of Stafford, Esq; to ...

Great Britain. Parliament - 1772 - Liczba stron: 4
...greatnefs can be fatisfied or contented wkh itfelf:. ftill, if k could mount up a little higher, it woiild be happy ; if it could gain but that point, it would obtain all it's defires ; but yet at laft, when it is got [m\ Eccl. v. II. p the very top of the Pidof Tenarif,...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical, Tom 2

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...arifes naturally one more, which is, that no greatneis can be fatisfied or contented with itlelfi ftill, if it could mount up a little higher, it would be happy ; if it could gain but that « Eccl. v. ii. . point, it would obtain all its defires ; but yet at laft, when it is got up to the...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical ..., Tom 2,Część 2

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...naturally one more, which is, that no greatnefs can be fatisfied or contented with itfelf i ftill, if it could mount up a little higher, it would be happy ; if it could gain but tbat •.point, it would obtain all its defires ; but yet at laft, v»hen it is got up to the very...
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Cowley. Denham. Milton. Butler. Rochester. Roscommon. Otway. Waller. Pomfret ...

Samuel Johnson - 1800
...naturally one more, which is, that no greatnefs can be fatisficd or contented with itfelf : ftill, if it could mount up a little higher, it would be happy; if it could gain but that point.it would obtain all its defiresj but yet at laft, when it is got up to the very top of the Pic...
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The Works of Mr. A. Cowley: In Prose and Verse, Tom 3

Abraham Cowley - 1809
...mouths that devour them*." The master mouth has no more than before. The owner, methinks, is like Ocnus in the fable, who is perpetually winding a rope of...that point, it would obtain all its desires : but * Eccl. v. II. .. yet at last, when it is got up to the very top of the Pic of Teneriff, it is in very...
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A manual of essays, selected from various authors

Manual - 1809
...winding a rope of hay, and an ass at the end perpetually eating it. • Out of these inconveniences arises naturally one more, which is that no greatness...would obtain all its desires; but yet at last, when it reaches the very top of the pic of Teneriff, it is in very great danger of breaking its neck downwards,...
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Cowley, Denham, Milton

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...perpetually winding a rope of hay, and an ass at the end perpetually eating Out of these inconveniences arises naturally one more, which is, that no greatness...last, when it is got up to the very top of the Pic of Tcneriff, it is in very great danger of breaking its neck downwards, but in no possibility of ascending...
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The British Prose Writers: Cowley's essays. Shenstone's essays

1821
...perpetually winding a rope of hay, and an ass at the end perpetually eating it. Out of these inconveniences arises naturally one more, which is, that no greatness...at last, when it is got up to the very top of the Peak of Teneriffe, it is in very great danger of breaking its neck downwards, but in no possibility...
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