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" There is a tide in the affairs of man Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; Omitted, all the voyage of their life is spent In shallows and miseries. "
Memoirs of a Manager: Or, Life's Stage with New Scenery - Página 120
de Henry Lee - 1830
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Parliamentary Debates on the Subject of the Confederation of the British ...

Canada. Parliament - 1865 - 1032 páginas
...avail ourselves of it. He believed that it might be said of nations as of individuals': — There ia a tide in the affairs of man Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; Omitted, all the voyage of their life is spent In shallows and miseries. On such u full...
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The Argosy, Volume 15

Mrs. Henry Wood, Charles William Wood - 1873
...hill-mounting, This downward path is easy, but there's no turning back." Shakspeare tells us that there is a tide in the affairs of man, which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune : omitted, all the voyage of the after life is spent in shoals and miseries. That will apply...
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The Soldier of Three Queens: A Narrative of Personal Adventure, Volume 1

Robert Henderson - 1866
...time. I went on shore a few days after, and never saw more " service " afloat. 96 CHAPTER VII. " There is a tide in the affairs of man Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune." —SHAKESPEARE. THE march of the Duke of Terceira from the Algarvo was a complete success....
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The British Journal of Photography, Volume 14

1867
...the "immense Jdvantages " which were to follow. Here, then, was a fix. I had been taught that "there is a tide in the affairs of man, which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune ;" but I had elsewhere been urged, and you, Gentlemen, know where, to have nothing to do...
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Practical text-book of grammatical analysis

William Stewart Ross - 1870 - 56 páginas
...our cause is rife ; The enemy increaseth every day ; We, at the height, are ready to decline : There is a tide in the affairs of man, Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune ; Omitted, all the voyage of their life Is bound in shallows and in miseries. With stammering...
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The "romance" of Peasant Life in the West of England

Francis George Heath - 1872 - 100 páginas
...doubt the truth of the words to which I listened. The greatest of all dramatists says, — " There is a tide in the affairs of man, Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune." and, singular as it may seem, it appeared that the circumstance which decided George Mitchell's...
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The duchess of Rosemary lane, Volume 3

Benjamin Leopold Farjeon - 1876
...his fingers ; now he can dine off gold plate if he chooses. There is a well-known saying that there is a tide in the affairs of man, which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. It is a popular fallacy. Such a tide, with such a golden prize in its flood, comes to not...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 92

1878
...maudlin condition he is sentimental, and appropriates Hamlet to himself in this fashion,- — " There is a tide in the affairs of man which, taken at the flood, leads on to — drunkenness! " Swells, snobs, swindlers, blacklegs, pickliockets, prize-fighters, prostitutes,...
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Who Wrote It?: A Dictionary of Common Poetical Quotations in the English ...

Where, Who - 1878 - 175 páginas
...wickedness, It grows up by degrees. BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER, A King and no King, act v. so. 4. There is a tide in the affairs of man, Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. SHAKSPEARE,. Julius Ccesar, act iv. sc. 3. There is another and a better world. KOTZEBUE,...
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The University Magazine, Volume 2

1878
...maudlin condition he is sentimental, and appropriates Hamlet to himself in this fashion, — " There is a tide in the affairs of man which, taken at the flood, leads on to — drunkenness!" Swells, snobs, swindlers, blacklegs, pickpockets, prize-fighters, prostitutes,...
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