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" ... tis thou who enlargest the soul, — and openest all its powers to receive instruction and to relish virtue. — He that has thee, has little more to wish for ; — and he that is so wretched as to want thee, — wants every thing with thee. "
The Massachusetts Teacher - Page 138
1864
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Laconics; or, The best words of the best authors [ed. by J. Timbs ..., Volume 1

Laconics - 1829 - 390 pages
...— Lavater. MXIV. O blessed health ! thou art above all gold and treasure; 'tis thou who enlargest the soul, — and openest all its powers to receive...wretched as. to want thee, wants every thing with thee. — MXV. A good name will wear out: a bad one may be turned: a nickname lasts for ever. — Zimmerman....
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The Works of Laurence Sterne: In One Volume, with a Life of the Author

Laurence Sterne - 1830 - 432 pages
...thou art above all gold and treasure ; 'tis thou who enlargest the soul, — and openest all its power to receive instruction and to relish virtue. He that...as to want thee, — wants every thing with thee. 1 have concentrated all that can be said upon this important head, said my father, into very little...
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The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, Volume 1

Laurence Sterne - 1832 - 416 pages
...exclamation, as he turned over the leaves to the next chapter ; thou art above all gold and treasure ; 'tis thou who enlarges! the soul, — and openest all its...as to want thee, — wants every thing with thee. I have concentrated all that can be said upon this important bead, said my father, into very little...
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The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

Laurence Sterne, Sir Walter Scott - 1832 - 542 pages
...over the leaves to the next chapter, thou art above all gold and treasure ; 'tis thou who enlargest the soul, — and openest all its powers to receive...as to want thee, — wants every thing with thee. I have concentrated all that can be said upon this important head, said my father, into very little...
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The Works of Laurence Sterne, in One Volume

Laurence Sterne - 1834 - 440 pages
...thou art above all gold and treasure ; 'tis thou who enlarges! the soul, — and openest all its power to receive instruction and to relish virtue. He that...as to want thee, — wants every thing with thee. . 1 have concentrated all that can be said upon this important head, said my father, into very little...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 10

1837 - 260 pages
...health I thou art above all gold and treasure ; 'tis thou who enlargest the soul, and operiest nil its powers to receive instruction, and to relish virtue....that has thee has little more to wish for : and he who is so wretched as to want thee, wants everything with thee. — STERNE. ON THE PEINCES8 VICTORIA'S...
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The alternative: disease and premature death, or health and long life

Joel Pinney - 1838 - 256 pages
...JOEL PINNEY, ESQ. t), blessed HEALTH! thou art above all gold and treasure; 'tis thon who enlargest the soul and openest all its powers to receive instruction,...to wish for ! and he that is so wretched as to want thee,—wants every thing with thee."—STERNE. LONDON: PUBLISHED BY S. HIGHLEY, 32, FLEET-STREET....
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The Moral Class-book

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1839 - 204 pages
...only of a slight imprudence. Oh blessed health ! thou art above all gold and treasure. 'Tis thou that enlarges! the soul, and openest all its powers to...wretched as to want thee, wants every thing with thee ! — STERNE. The common ingredients of health and long life are Great temperance, open air, Easy labour,...
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The Literary world, conducted by J. Timbs, Volume 3

John Timbs - 1840 - 430 pages
...compass. — Bacon. 0 blessed health ! thou art above all gold and treasure ; 'tis thou who eulargest the soul, and openest all its powers to receive instruction,...that has thee, has little more to wish for; and he who is so wretched as to want thee, wants every thing with thee. — Sterne. Unsociable tempers are...
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Domestic Architecture: Containing a History of the Science, and the ...

Richard Brown (architect.) - 1841 - 618 pages
...sun. — (H.) * " 0 blessed Health ! thou art above all gold and treasure. 'T is thou who enlargest the soul and openest all its powers to receive instruction...more to wish for, and he that is so wretched as to wont thee, wants everything with thce." — STERNE. t Eustace's Classical Tour. Act v. Scene 1....
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