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" Who lives to nature, rarely can be poor ; Who lives to fancy, never can be rich. Poor is the man in debt ; the man of gold, In debt to fortune, trembles at her power. "
The Complaint: Or, Night-thoughts on Life, Death, & Immortality.. - Página 165
de Edward Young - 1750 - 404 páginas
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The Illustrated Catholic Family Annual for ..., Volumes 6-9

1874
...anxious care THE ways of God are ways of mercy still ; Full many a blessing springs from seeming ill. WHO lives to nature rarely can be poor ; Who lives to fancy never can be rich. WHEN all the blandishments of life are gone, The coward sneaks to death, the brave live on. ONE reckless...
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Náhbion: Or, the Bible and the Poets

Samuel Wordsworth Bailey - 1874 - 698 páginas
...peep, and peep again, And wish, and wonder it is absent still. How few can rescue opulence from want ! Who lives to Nature, rarely can be poor ; Who lives to Fancy, never can be rich. I said in mine heart, Go to now, I will prove thee with mirth ; therefore enjoy pleasure : and, behold,...
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An English Grammar: Methodical, Analytical, and Historical. With a ..., Volume 2

Eduard Adolf Ferdinand Mätzner - 1874
...the degree up to which anything extends I hope you 'Jl find it to your mind (GoLDSM., She Stoops 2.). Who lives to nature, rarely can be poor; Who lives to fancy, never can be rich (You NO, N. Th. C, 530.). At first . . they seek the middle field; but scatter'd by degrees, Each to...
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A Practical and Critical Grammar of the English Language

Noble Butler - 1874 - 312 páginas
...of thought is not sufficient. The two f lines are closely connected in thought, but not in syntax : "Who lives to nature rarely can be poor; Who lives to fancy never can be rich." • NOUN-PKOPOSITIONS. A proposition may perform the office of a noun — 1. As subject of a verb;...
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The Juvenile instructor and companion, Volumes 26-27

Young people - 1875
...frugality in the use of our resources are essential parts of self-helpfulness. The poet says — " Who lives to nature rarely can be poor, Who lives to fancy never can be rich." Kow I am no ascetic myself, nor a preacher of asceticism to others. I do not hate my own flesh, bat...
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Chaucer to Burns

Rossiter Johnson - 1876
...again And wish, and wonder it is absent still. HDW few can rescue opulence from want ! Who lives lo 'n debt to Fortune, trembles at her power. The man of reason smiles at her, and death. O what a patrimony...
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A Dictionary of Poetical Illustrations: Specially Selected with View to the ...

Robert Aitkin Bertram - 1877 - 748 páginas
...Following FIRST follow Nature, and your judgment frame By her just standard, which is still the same. th`2,0 — Young. Man's rich with little, were his judgment true ; Nature is frugal, and her wants are few....
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The poetical works of sir Thomas Wyatt. The text ed. by C.C. Clarke

Sir Thomas Wyatt - 1879
...peep, and peep again, And wish, and wonder it is absent still. How few can rescue opulence from want ! Who lives to Nature, rarely can be poor ; Who lives...be rich. Poor is the man in debt ; the man of gold, 535-. In debt to Fortune, trembles at herpow'r. The man of reason smiles at her, and Death. Oh ! what...
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Taalstudie, Volumes 1-2

1879
...whenever comparisons , references , etc. are made ; hence its use in: as to you; to all appearance; Who lives to nature, rarely can be poor ; Who lives to fancy , never can be rich (Quoted by Matzner). 156 ever done to him? (Dickens); It was at length the same to me, Fetter'd or...
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Live Questions on the English Branches: A Handbook for Superintendents ...

Jacob Rau Spiegel - 1879 - 282 páginas
...came." 613. ': Here rests his head upon the lap of earth, A youth to fortune, and fame unknown." 6!4. " Who lives to nature rarely can be poor, Who lives to fancy never can be rich. ' ' 615. Make a proper use of your time, and remember that when it is once gone it can never be recalled....
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