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" By these, and other Extravagancies, the Genteel are Reduced to Poverty, and forced to borrow of those whom they formerly despised, but who through Industry and Frugality have maintained their Standing; in which case it appears plainly... "
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanac, and Other Papers - 第 226 頁
Benjamin Franklin 著 - 189? - 308 頁
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The Scots Magazine, 第 39 卷

1777
...large may venture more, But little boats mould keep near ftiore." "Tis however a folly foon punifhed ; wants of mankind thus become more numerous than the natural ; and, as poor Dick fays, " For one poor perfon, there 'are an hundred indigent." By 1 1 •!'••, and other extravagancies,...
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The Bee: Or Literary Weekly Intelligencer, 第 1 卷

James Anderson - 1791
...neceffaries of life j they can f'-arcely be called the conveniences ; and yet only becaufe :;,Ly loolc pretty, how many want to have them ? the artificial wants of mankind thus become more numerou^than the aatt\?al $ and, as poor Dick fays, " For one poor perfon, there are an hundred indigent.''...
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The Scots Magazine, 第 39 卷

1777
...much is rifked, called the conveniences ; and yet, only much is fuffered ? It cannot pronv becaufe they look pretty, how many want to have them ? The...more numerous than the natural ; and, as poor Dick fays, " For one poor perfon, there are an hundred indigent." By thefe, and other extravagancies, the...
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Preceptive, Moral, and Sentimental Pieces: On the Duties of the Young, 第 10 期

1796 - 20 頁
...and velvets, put out the kitchen-fire," as Poor Richard says. These are not the necessaries of life i they can scarcely be called the conveniences: and...because they look pretty, how many want to have them ? — By these, and other extravagancies, the genteel are reduced to poverty, and forced to borrow...
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Poor Richard; or, The way to wealth

Benjamin Franklin - 1820 - 288 頁
...Richard says, ' put out the kitchen fire.' These are no necessaries of life ; they can scarcely be railed the conveniences, and yet only because they look pretty,...as poor Dick says, ' For one poor person, there are an hundred indigent." By these, and other extravagancies, the genteel are reduced to poverty, and forced...
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Benjamin Franklin - 1804 - 59 頁
...ABDRESS • ••< •«>••>-• life; they can scarcely be called the conveniencies; and yetonly because they look pretty, how many want to have them?...there are a hundred indigent." By these, and other extravagancies, the genteel are reduced to poverty, and forced to borrow of those whom they formerly...
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The gleaner; or, Entertainment for the fire-side [compiled by J. Watson].

Gleaner - 1805
...families; " Silks and satins, scarlets and velvets, put out the kitchen fire," as poor Richard says. These are not the necessaries of life ; they can scarcely...because they look pretty, how many want to have them ! — By these and other extravagances the genteel are reduced to poverty, and' forced to borrow of...
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The complete works ... of ... Benjamin Franklin, 第 3 卷

Benjamin Franklin - 1806
...families; "silks and sattins, scarlet and velvets, put out the kitchen fire," as poor Richard says. These are not the necessaries of life, they can scarcely...because they look pretty, how many want to have them ? By these and other extravagancies, the genteel are reduced to poverty, and forced to borrow of those...
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The Complete Works in Philosophy, Politics, and Morals, of the Late ..., 第 3 卷

Benjamin Franklin - 1806
...families ; " silks and sattins, scarlet and velvets, put out the kitchen fire," as poor Richard says. These are not the necessaries of life, they can scarcely...because they look. pretty, how many want to have them ? By these and other extravagancies, the genteel are reduced to poverty, and forced to borrow of those...
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Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most ..., 第 6 卷

Elegant extracts - 1812
...families ; " Silks and satins, scarlet and velvets, put out the kitchen fire," as Poor Richard says. These are not the necessaries of life: they can scarcely...because they look pretty, how many want to have them ? — By these and other extravagancies, the genteel are reduced to poverty, and forced to borrow of...
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