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" Bent upon pleasure, heedless of its end. But he, who knew what human hearts would prove, How slow to learn the dictates of his love, That hard by nature, and of stubborn will, A life of ease would make them harder still, In pity to the souls his grace... "
Poems - Page 229
by William Cowper - 1817
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 18

1801
...they yet fecurely tread, Admoniih'd, fcorn the caution and the friend, Bent upon pleafure, heedlefs of its end. But He who knew what human hearts would prove. How flow to learn tine dictates of his love, That hard by nature and of Itubborn will, A life of cafe would...
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

...unknown; No trav'llcr ever reach'd that blest abode, Who found not thorns and briars in his road: For lie, who knew what human hearts would prove, How slow to learn the dictates of his love, That, hard by nature and of stubborn will, A life of ease would make them harder still, In pity to the souls his...
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Poems, tr. by W. Cowper. To which are added some original poems of mr. Cowper

Jeanne Marie Bouvières de la Motte Guyon - 1802
...thorns and briars in his road, K? The world may dance along the flow'ry plain, Cheer'd as they .jo, by many a sprightly strain, Where Nature has her mossy velvet spread, With unshod feet thty yet securely tread, Admonish'd, srom the caution and the friend, Bent upon pleasure, heedless...
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William Cowper - 1802
...they yet fecurely tread, Admonifhed, fcorn the caution and the friend, Bent vipon pleafure, heedlefs of its end. But he, who knew what human hearts would prove, How flow to learn the dictates of his love, That hard by nature and of ftubborn will, A life of eafe would...
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The life and posthumous writings of William Cowper, by W. Hayley, Volume 2

William Cowper - 1803
...unshod feet, and yet unharm'd, they tread, Admonish'd, scorn the caution, and the friend, Bent all on pleasure, heedless of its end. But He who knew what...slow to learn the dictates of his love; That hard by nature, and of stubborn will, A life of ease would make them harder still. In pity to a chosen few,...
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The Life, and Posthumous Writings, of William Cowper, Esqr: With ..., Volume 2

William Hayley - 1803
...unshod feet, and yet u.nharm'd, they tread, Admonish' d, scorn the caution, and the friend, Bent all on pleasure, heedless of its end. But He who knew what human hearts would prove. How slow to learn the diclates of his love ; That hard by nature, and of stubborn will, A life of ease would make thc-m harder...
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Poems, tr. by W. Cowper. To which are added some original poems of mr. Cowper

Jeanne Marie Bouvières de la Motte Guyon - 1803
...thorns and briers in his road. The world may dance along the flow'ry plain, Cheer'd as they go, by many a sprightly strain, Where Nature has her mossy...spread, With unshod feet they yet securely tread, Admonish'd, scorn the caution and the friend, Bent upon pleasure, heedless of its end. But he who knew...
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The life and posthumous writings of William Cowper, by W. Hayley

William Cowper - 1803
...unshod feet, and yet unharm'd, they tread, AdmonisHd, scorn the caution, and the friend, Bent all on pleasure, heedless of its end. But He who knew what human hearts would pr or e^ Hozu slow to learn the diclates of his love ; That hard by nature, and of stubborn will, A...
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Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte Guyon, William Bull - 1804 - 110 pages
...not thorns and briars in Ms road. The world may dance along the flow'ry plain, Cheer'd as they go, by many a sprightly strain, Where Nature has her mossy...spread, With unshod feet they yet securely tread, Admonish'd, scorn the caution and the friend, Bent upon pleasure, heedless of iu end. H 88 AN EPISTLE,...
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William Cowper - 1806
...flowery plain, Cheered as they go by many a sprightly strain, Where Nature has her mossy velvet tpread, With unshod feet they yet securely tread, Admonished,...slow to learn the dictates of his love, That hard by nature and of stubborn will, A life of ease would make them harder itill, In pity to the sinners...
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