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" Locke takes notice of a mother who permitted them to her children, but rewarded or punished them as they treated them well or ill. This was no other than entering them betimes into a daily exercise of humanity, and improving their very diversion to a... "
The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: Miscellaneous pieces in verse and prose - Página 327
de Alexander Pope - 1752
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The Young Gentleman's Book: Containing a Series of Choice Readings in ...

1834
...insects. Mr. Locke takes notice of a mother who permitted them to her children, but rewarded or punished them as they treated them well or ill. This was no other than entering them betimes into a daily exercise of humanity, and improving their very diversion to a virtue. I fancy, too, some advantage...
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The volume of the affections; or, Bridal offering

Thomas Harttree Cornish - 1836 - 510 páginas
...insects. Mr. Locke takes notice of a mother who permitted them to her children, but rewarded or punished them as they treated them well or ill. This was no other than entering them betimes into a daily exercise of humanity, and improving their diversion to a virtue. I fancy, too, some advantage might...
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The Guardian, with Notes, and General Indexes: Complete in One Volume

Sir Richard Steele - 1837 - 244 páginas
...insects. Mr. Locke takes notice of a mother who permitted them to her children, but rewarded or punished them as they treated them well or ill. This was no other than entering them betimes into a daily exercise of humanity, and improving their very diversion to a virtue. I fancy too, some advantage might...
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Synonymisches Handwörterbuch der englischen Sprache für die Deutschen

H M. Melford - 1841 - 448 páginas
...given some credit to a notion of our great plenty and hospitality. (Swift's Lett.) I fancy too some advantage might be taken of the common notion, that 'tis ominous or unlucky, to destroy some sorts of birds, as swallows and martins. This opinion might possibly arise from the confidence...
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The works of Alexander Pope, with notes and illustrations, by ..., Volume 5

Alexander Pope - 1847
...insects. Mr. Locke takes notice of a mother who permitted them to her children, but rewarded or punished them as they treated them well or ill. This was no other than entering them betimes into a daily exercise of humanity, and improving their very diversion to a virtue. I fancy too, some advantage might...
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Select specimens of English prose [ed.] by E. Hughes

Edward Hughes - 1853
...insects. Mr. Locke takes notice of a mother who permitted them to her children, but rewarded or punished them as they treated them well or ill. This was no other than entering them betimes into a daily exercise of humanity, and improving their very diversions to a virtue. I fancy, too, some advantage...
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A class-book of English prose, with biogr. notices, explanatory notes and ...

Robert Demaus - 1859
...insects. Mr Locke takes notice of a mother who permitted them to her children, but rewarded or punished them as they treated them well or ill. This was no other than entering them betimes into a daily exercise of humanity, and improving their very diversion to a virtue. I fancy, too, some advantage...
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The prose and prose writers of Britain, from Chaucer to Ruskin

Robert Demaus - 1860
...insects. Mr Locke takes notice of a mother who permitted them to her children, but rewarded or punished them as they treated them well or ill. This was no other than entering them betimes into a daily exercise of humanity, and improving their very diversion to a virtue. I fancy, too, some advantage...
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The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time

David Josiah Brewer - 1900
...insects. Mr. Locke takes notice of a mother who permitted them to her children, but rewarded or punished them as they treated them well or ill. This was no other than entering them betimes into a daily exercise of humanity, and improving their very diversion to a virtue. I fancy, too, some advantage...
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The Guardian

John Calhoun Stephens
...into a daily Exercise of Humanity, and improving their very Diversion to a Virtue. I fancy too, some Advantage might be taken of the common Notion, that 'tis ominous or unlucky to destroy some sorts of Birds, as Swallows and Martins; this Opinion might possibly arise from the Confidence...
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