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" When these have pointed out to us which course we may lawfully steer, it is no harm to set out all our sail; if the storms and tempests of adversity should rise upon us, and not suffer us to make the haven where we would be, it will however prove no small... "
The Spectator - Page 217
1739
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 4

1786
...is no harm to fet out all our fail; if the ftorms and tempeth of advciTity fhould rife upon us, arJ not fuffer us to make the haven where we would be, it will however prove l fmall confolation to us in thcfc circuir ftances, that we have neither milhk our courfe, nor fallen'into...
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The Addisonian miscellany, a selection from the Spectator, Tatler, and ...

Joseph Addison, Spectator (The) - 1801
...lawfully lleer, it is no harm to L't out all oar kit: If the ftorms and tempers of adverfity ibould rile upon us, and not fuffer us to make the haven where we would. be, it will however prcv« no fmall ccnfolation to us inthefe circumftanccs, that we have neither miftakcn our courie,...
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Select British Classics, Volume 13

English literature - 1803
...to set out all our sail; if the storms and tempests of adversity should rise upon us, and not suffer us to make the haven where we would be, it will however prove no small consolation to us in these circumstances, that we have neither mistaken our course, nor fallen...
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Essays Biographical, Critical, and Historical, Illustrative of the ..., Volume 3

Nathan Drake - English literature - 1805 - 472 pages
...to set out all our sail; if the storms and tempests of adversity should rise upon us, and not suffer us to make the haven where we would be, it will however prove no small consolation to us in these circumstances, that we have neither mistaken our course, nor fallen...
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Essays Biographical, Critical, and Historical: Illustrative of the Tatler ...

Nathan Drake - English literature - 1805
...to set out all our sail; if the storms and tempests of adversity should rise upon us, and not suffer us to make the haven where we would be, it will however prove no small consolation to us in these circumstances, that we have neither mistaken our course, nor fallen...
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The hive of ancient and modern literature, a collection of essays ...

Hive - 1806
...fleer, fteer, it is no harm to fet out all our fail: If the ftorms and tempefts of adverfity fhould rife upon us, and not fuffer us to make the haven...courfe, nor fallen into calamities of our own procuring. On the Knowledge of the World. NOTHING has fo much expofed men of learning to contempt and ridicule,...
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The hive of ancient & modern literature: a collection of essays, narratives ...

Solomon Hodgson, Thomas Bewick, Luke Clennell - English literature - 1806 - 340 pages
...fteer, fteer, it is no harm to fet out all our fall : If the ftorma and tempefts of adverfity fhould rife upon us, and not fuffer us to make the haven...thefe circumftances, that we have neither miftaken our courfc, nor fallen into calamities of our own procuring. On On the Knowledge of the World. •> NOTHING...
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The British Essayists;: Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1808
...prove no small consolation to us in these circumstances, that we have neither mistaken our course, nor fallen into calamities of our own procuring. Religion therefore (were we to consider it no farther than as it interposes in the affairs of this life) is highly valuable, and worthy...
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The Spectator [by J. Addison and others]; with notes, and a general index

Spectator The - 1811
...set out oil our tail : if the storms and tempests of adversity »honld ri-c upon us, and not suffer us to make the haven where we would be, it will however prove nn im.il! consolation to us in these circumstance», that we have neither mistaken our course, nor...
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The English and French Languages Compared in Their Grammatical Constructions ...

William Driverger - 1820
...to set out all our sail. If the storms and tempests of adversity should rise upon us, and not suffer us to make the haven where we would be, it will, however, prove of no small consolation to us in those circumstances, that we have neither mistakeii our course, nor...
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