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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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A Thousand and One Gems of English Prose

1872 - 534 páginas
...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 that he hath been deceived by you. 5. To forgive no enemy ; but to be cautious, and often dilatory...
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The Great and Eccentric Characters of the World, Their Lives and Their Deeds ...

1877 - 799 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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The Princeton Review, Volume 55

1879
...biographer, that he and his comrades should " never 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." The last twenty-five years have been distinguished by a series of conscious efforts to give a practical...
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Political and Legal Remedies for War, Volume 20

Sheldon Amos - 1880 - 254 páginas
...limit the evil comrades should Never do more mischief to aneffects of War. . other than was necessary to the effecting his purpose ; for that mischief was too precious a thing to be thrown away." The last twenty-five years have been distinguished by a series of conscious efforts to give a practical...
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The handbook of specimens of English literature, selected by J. Angus

Joseph Angus - 1880
...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. i. To know no distinction of men from affection; but to sacrifice all with equal readiness to his interest....
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The Complete Works of Henry Fielding, Esq: The history of the life of the ...

Henry Fielding, William Ernest Henley - 1903
...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. \2j To know no distinction of men from affection ; but to sacrifice all with equal readiness to his...
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Selected essays of Henry Fielding

Henry Fielding - 1905 - 222 páginas
...pursuit of it, he constantly 5 adhered. As 1. NEVER to do more mischief to another, than was necessary to the effecting his purpose ; for that mischief was...precious a thing to be thrown away. 2. To know no distinction'of men from affection ; but to sacrifice 10 all with equal readiness to his interest. 3....
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Shakespeare's Comedies

William Shakespeare - 1909 - 858 páginas
...it, he constantly adhered. As— 1. Never to do more mischief than was necessary to the effecting of his purpose ; for that mischief was too precious a...trust him who hath deceived you, nor who knows he has been deceived by you. 5. To forgive no enemy ; but to be cautious and often dilatory in revenge....
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The Modern Novel: A Study of the Purpose and the Meaning of Fiction

Wilson Follett - 1918 - 336 páginas
...irony in English : "1. Never to do more mischief to another than was necessary to the effecting of his purpose; for that mischief was too precious a...deceived you, nor who knows he hath been deceived hy you. "5. To forgive no enemy; but to be cautious and often dilatory in revenge. "6. To shun poverty...
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Crime in Literature: Sociology of Deviance and Fiction

Vincenzo Ruggiero, Vincent Ryan Ruggiero - 2003 - 257 páginas
...more mischief to another than is necessary, for that mischief is too precious a thing to be wasted; 'know no distinction of men from affection, but to sacrifice all with equal readiness to interest'; never communicate more of an affair than necessary to the person who is to execute it; never...
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