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" The character of covetousness is what a man generally acquires more through some niggardliness, or ill grace in little and inconsiderable things, than in expenses of any consequence: a very few pounds a year would ease that man of the scandal of avarice. "
The Monthly Review - 第 53 頁
1810
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History of John Bull. Essays. Poetry

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...more through some niggardliness, or ill grace, in little and inconsiderable things, than in expenses of any consequence. A very few pounds a year would ease that man of the scandal of avarice. LXXXI. Some men's wit is like a dark lantern, which serves their own turn, and guides them their own...
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Swiftiana ...

Charles Henry Wilson - 1804
...more through some niggardliness or ill grace in little and inconsiderable things, than in expenses of any consequence. A very few pounds .a year would ease that man of the scandal of avarke." What a pity it is, that Swift so soon forgot this maxim himself! CXXXVIII. DR. BERKELEY. Swift,...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., 第 18 卷

Jonathan Swift - 1808
...more through some niggardliness, or ill grace, in little or inconsiderable things, than in expenses of any consequence. A very few pounds a year would ease that maa of the scandal of avarice. Some men's Avit is like a dark lantern, which serves their own turn,...
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The works of Alexander Pope. With a selection of explanatory notes ..., 第 5 卷

Alexander Pope - 1812
...covetousness is what a man generally acquires more through some niggardliness, or ill grace, in little and inconsiderable things, than in expences of any consequence...year would ease that .man of the scandal of avarice. Some men's wit is like a dark lanthern, which serves their own turn, and guides them their own way...
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Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most ..., 第 6 卷

Elegant extracts - 1812
...more through some niggardliness, or ill grace, in little and inconsiderable things, than in expenses of any consequence. A very few pounds a year would ease that man of the scandal of avarice. The people all running to the capital city, is like a confluence of all the animal spirits to the heart;...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, 第 6 卷

Alexander Pope - 1822
...more through some niggardliness, or ill grace in little and inconsiderable things, than in expenses of any consequence: a very few pounds a year would ease that man of the scandal of avarice. Some men's wit is like a dark lantern, which serves their own turn, and guides them their own way ;...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, 第 6 卷

Alexander Pope - 1822
...more through some niggardliness, or ill grace in little and inconsiderable things, than in expenses of any consequence: a very few pounds a year would ease that man of the scandal of avarice. Some men's wit is like a dark lantern, which serves their own turn, and guides them their own way ;...
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The Works of Alexander Pope: Esq. with Notes and Illustrations by ..., 第 7 卷

Alexander Pope, William Roscoe - 1824
...more through some niggardliness, or ill grace, in little and inconsiderable things, than in expenses of any consequence : a very few pounds a year would ease that man of the scandal of avarice. Some men's wit is like a dark lantern, which serves their own turn, and guides them their own way ;...
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The Inspector, Literary Magazine and Review, 第 2 卷

1827
...covetousness is what a man generally acquires more through -ome niggardliness or ill-grace, in little and inconsiderable things, than- in expences of any consequence...pounds a year would ease that man of the scandal of niarice. Dependents on great men, as well for the homage that is accepted from them, as the hopes which...
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Laconics: Or, The Best Words of the Best Authors

Laconics, John Timbs - 1829
...more through some niggardliness or illgrace, in little and inconsiderable tiiings, than in expenses of any consequence; a very few pounds a year would ease that man of the scandal of avarice. — Pope. , CCCCLXXXVI. Dependents on great men, as well from the homage that is accepted from them,...
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