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" How can he exalt his thoughts to any thing great and noble, who only believes that, after a short turn on the stage of this world, he is to sink into oblivion, and to lose his consciousness... "
The Spectator ... - Page 163
by Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1726
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The evidences of the Christian religion

Joseph Addison - Apologetics - 1733 - 330 pages
...uncertain term of a few years, his defigns will be contracled into the fame ' ' narrpw *. narrow fpan he imagines is to bound * his Exiftence. How can he exalt his ' thoughts to any thing great and no* ble, who- only believes that, after a * fhort tur-n on the ftage of this world, * he is to fink...
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The Evidences of the Christian Religion

Joseph Addison - Apologetics - 1753 - 330 pages
...uncertain term of a few years, his de* figns will be coiptraded into the fame * narrow narrow fpan he imagines is to bound • his Exiftence. How can...• thoughts to any thing grea't and noble, ' who ^nly believes that, after a fhort • turn on the ftage of this world, he is ' to fink into oblivion,...
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Cato: Or, An Essay on Old-age

Marcus Tullius Cicero, William Melmoth - Old age - 1773 - 319 pages
...uncertain term of a few years, his defigns will " be contra&ed into the fame narrow fpan he ima" gines is to bound his exiftence. How can he " exalt his thoughts to any thing great and noble, " who believes that after a fliort turn on the " ftage of this world, he is to fink into oblivion, "and to...
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Cato; Or, An Essay on Old Age, Volume 1

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1774
...years, his defigns will be contraded " into the fame narrow fpan he imagines is " to bound his exigence. How can he exalt " his thoughts to any thing great and noble, " who believes that after a fhort turn on the " ftage of this world, he is to fink into " oblivion, and to...
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Cato: and Lælius : or, Essays on old age and friendship, Volume 1

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1785
...by the uncertain term of a few years, his de'{ figns will be contracted into the fame narrow fpan '' he imagines is to bound his exiftence. How can he...exalt his thoughts to any thing great and noble, " who believes that after a fliort turn on the ftage of " this world, he is to fink into oblivion, and to...
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Evidences of the Christian religion. To which are added, discourses against ...

Joseph Addison - 1796 - 180 pages
...be contracted into the fame narrow Cpan he * imagines is to bound his exiftence. How can he ex* alt his thoughts to any thing great and noble, who ' only believes that, after a fhort turn on the ftage or ' this world, he is to fink into oblivion, and to loofe ' his confcioufnefs for ever. ' For...
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Essays on suicide and the immortality of the soul. With remarks by the ...

David Hume, Joseph Addison, Jean Jacques Rousseau - 1799
...circumfcribed by the uncertain term of a few years , his defigns will be contracted into the fame harrow fpan he imagines is to bound his exiftence. How can he...great and noble, who only believes, that, after a fliort turn on the ftage of this world , he is to fink into oblivion, and to lofe his confcioufnefs...
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The Evidences of the Christian Religion: To which are Added Several ...

Joseph Addison - Apologetics - 1801 - 354 pages
...by the uncertain term of ' a few years, his defigns will be con' tracted into the fame narrow fpan he ' imagines is to bound his exiftence. * How can...who only believes ' that, after a fhort turn on the ftage of ' this world, he is to fink into oblivion, ' and to lofe his confcioufnefs for ever ? ' For...
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The Beauties of the Spectators, Tatlers, and Guardians: Connected ..., Volume 2

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - English imprints - 1801
...circumfcribed by the uncertain term of a few years, his defigns will be contracted into the fame narrow fpanhe imagines is to bound his exiftence. How can he exalt...who only believes that, after a fhort turn on the ftage of this world, he is to fink into oblivion, to lofe his confcioufnefs forever I " For this reafon...
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A Rhetorical Grammar: In which the Common Improprieties in Reading and ...

John Walker - Rhetoric - 1801 - 392 pages
...elevation, or depression of voice, it is pronounced exactly like a declarative sentence. EXAMPLES. How can he exalt his thoughts to any thing great and noble, who only believes that, after a short turn on the stage of this xvorld, he is to sink into oblivion, and to lose his consciousness...
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