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" Though oppressed by penury, in consequence of his righteous dealings, let him never give his mind to unrighteousness ; for he may observe the speedy overthrow of iniquitous and sinful men. "
The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany - 第 517 頁
1825
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The Christian Examiner, 第 64 卷

Edward Everett Hale - 1858
...below an unjust man attains no felicity ; nor he whose wealth proceeds from giving false evidence. Though oppressed by penury in consequence of his righteous dealings, let him never give his mind to unrighteousness. Iniquity committed in this world produces not fruit immediately,...
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The European and Asiatic Races...

Dadabhai Naoroji - 1866 - 32 頁
...accomplices, be punished by various degrees of whipping or mutilation, or even by death. Chap iv., par. 170. Even here below an unjust man attains no felicity;...evidence; nor he who constantly takes delight in mischief. Chap, x., par. 93. Avoiding all injury to animated beings, veracity, abstaining from theft, and from...
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The English Cyclopaedia

1867
...pleasing ; let him speak no disagreeable truth, nor let him speak agreeable falsehood (4, 138 if.). Though oppressed by penury, in consequence of his righteous dealings, let him never give his mind to unrighteousness (4, 171) ; let him be firm in his contentment and check all...
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Institutes of Hindu Law, Or, The Ordinances of Menu [i.e., Manu]: According ...

Manu (Lawgiver), Kullūkabhaṭṭa, Graves Champney Haughton - 1869 - 340 頁
...a Brdhmen at any time, nor strike him even with grass, nor cause blood to gush from his body. 170. EVEN here below an unjust man attains no felicity...nor he, who constantly takes delight in mischief. 171. Though oppressed by penury, in consequence of his righteous dealings, let him never give his mind...
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Religious and Moral Sentiments Metrically Rendered from Sanskrit Writers ...

John Muir - 1875 - 128 頁
...the cause." 7. Manu, iv. 170. — The following is Sir W. Jones's rendering of this passage : — " Even here below an unjust man attains no felicity...he whose wealth proceeds from giving false evidence ; " (or from falsehood, or wrong generally, JM), "nor he who constantly takes delight in mischief....
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Biblical things not generally known

1879
...illustrated by the following extract from the laws of Menu, the most ancient lawgiver of the Hindoos : — " Even here below an unjust man attains no felicity...from giving false evidence : Nor he who constantly delights in mischief. " Though oppressed by penury, in consequence of his righteous dealings, Let him...
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Metrical Translations from Sanskrit Writers

John Muir - 1879 - 376 頁
...from falsehood, or wrong generally, — JM), " nor he who constantly takes delight in mischief. 171. Though oppressed by penury in consequence of his righteous dealings, let him never give his mind to unrighteousness ; for he may observe the speedy overthrow of iniquitous and...
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A History of the Mental Growth of Mankind in Ancient Times, 第 2 卷

John Shertzer Hittell - 1893
...spirit, [9] veracity, and [10] freedom from wrath."1 The following is the most comprehensive passage: " Even here below an unjust man attains no felicity,...in consequence of his righteous dealings, let him never give his mind to unrighteousness ; for he may observe the speedy overthrow of iniquitous and...
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The People's Bible: Discourses Upon Holy Scripture, 第 4 卷

Joseph Parker - 1886
...illustrated by the following extract from the laws of Menu, the most ancient lawgiver of the Hindoos : — "Even here below an unjust man attains no felicity...from giving false evidence : Nor he who constantly delights in mischief. " Though oppressed by penury, in consequence of his righteous dealings, Let him...
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The Evolution of Governments and Laws: Exhibiting the Governmental ..., 第 1 卷

Stephen Haley Allen - 1916 - 1221 頁
...persons truly devout." The following rules of conduct may well be learned and observed by all men. 171. "Though oppressed by penury, in consequence of his righteous dealings, let him never give his mind to unrighteousness; for he may observe the speedy overthrow of iniquitous and sinful...
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