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" He laid down several maxims as the certain methods of attaining greatness, to which, in his own pursuit of it, he constantly adhered. As— 1. Never to do more mischief to another than was necessary to the effecting his purpose ; for that mischief was... "
The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq: With an Essay on His Life and Genius - Página 326
por Henry Fielding - 1871
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Miscellanies: The life of Mr. Jonathan Wild the great

Henry Fielding - 1743
...to do more Mifchief to another, than was neceffary to the effecting his Purpofe ; for that Mifchief was too precious a thing to be thrown away. . •• • . 2. To know no Diftinction of Men from Affection ; but to facrifice all with equal Readinefs to his Intereft. tt ....
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The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq: With the Life of the Author. In ..., Volume 5

Henry Fielding, Arthur Murphy - 1783
...to do more mifchief to another, than was neceffary to the effefting his purpofe ; for that mifchief was too precious a thing to be thrown away. 2. To know no diftinftion of men from affeftion ; but to facrifice all with equal readinefs to his intereft. 3. NEVER...
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Eccentric biography; or, Sketches of remarkable characters, ancient and modern

Eccentric biography - 1801
...more mischief to another than is necessary to effect your purposes, for mischief is too pre* cious a thing to be thrown away. 2. To know no distinction...affection, but to sacrifice all with equal readiness to your interest. 3. Never communicate more of an affair than is necessary to the person who is to execute...
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The Lives and Portraits of Remarkable Characters, Drawn from the Most ...

James Caulfield - 1819
...following.—1. Never do more mischief to another than is necessary to effect your purposes, for mischief is too precious a thing to be thrown away. 2. To know...affection, but to sacrifice all with equal readiness to your interest. 3. Never communicate more of an affair than is necessary to the person who is to execute...
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Biographical Sketches of Eccentric Characters

1832 - 448 páginas
...following: I. Never do more mischief to another than is necessary to effect your purposes, for mischief is too precious a thing to be thrown away. 2. To know...affection, but to sacrifice all with equal readiness to your interest. 3. Never communicate more of an affair than is necessary to the person who is to execute...
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Biographical Sketches of Eccentric Characters

1832 - 448 páginas
...following: 1. Never do more mischief to another than is necessary to effect your purposes, for mischief is too precious a thing to be thrown away. 2, To know...affection, but to sacrifice all with equal readiness to your interest. 3. Never communicate more of an affair than is necessary to the person who is to execute...
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The history of Joseph Andrews. Amelia. The life of Jonathan Wild

Henry Fielding - 1832
...pursuit of it, he constantly adhered. As, I. Never to do more mischief to another, than was necessary to the effecting his purpose ; for that mischief was too precious a thing to be thrown away. 3. To know no distinction of men from affection ; but to sacrifice all with equal readiness to his...
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Joseph Andrews. History of the life of the late Mr. Jonathan Wild the great

Henry Fielding - 1857
...pursuit of it, he constantly adhered. As, 1. Never to do more mischief to another, than was necessary to the effecting his purpose ; for that mischief was...to trust him who hath deceived you, nor who knows ha hath been deceived by you. 5. To forgive no enemy ; but to be cautions and often dilatory in revenge....
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Joseph Andrews. History of the life of the late Mr. Jonathan Wild the great

Henry Fielding - 1857
...pursuit of it, he constantly adhered. As, 1. Never to do more mischief to another, than was necessary to the effecting his purpose ; for that mischief was too precious a thing to be thrown away. I. To know no distinction of men from affection ; but to sacrifice all with equal readiness to his...
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Lives of great and celebrated characters of all ages and countries ...

1860 - 767 páginas
...— 1. Never do more mischief to another than is necessary to effect your purpose, for mischief is too precious a thing to be thrown away. 2. To know...affection, but to sacrifice all with equal readiness to your interest. 3. Never communicate more of an affair than is necessary to the person who is to execute...
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