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" Do not let us lie at all. Do not think of one falsity as harmless, and another as slight, and another as unintended. Cast them all aside: they may be light and accidental; but they are... "
The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette and Manual of Politeness: Being a Complete ... - Page 213
by Cecil B. Hartley - 1860 - 332 pages
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The Dew drop [ed. by J.K.].

J. K - 1848
...not let us lie at all. Do not think of one falsity as harmless, and another as slight, and another as unintended. Cast them all aside. They may be light and accidental in your estimation, but they are an ugly soot from the pit for all that, and it is better to have our...
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The Ladies' Companion

Women's periodicals, English - 1853
...Do not let us lie at all. Do not think of one falsity as slight, of another as harmless, and another as unintended. Cast them all aside ; they may be light and accidental ; buttheyaroanugly sort from the smoke of tho pit, for all that ; and it is better that our hearts...
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The seven lamps of architecture

John Ruskin - 1866
...not let us lie at all. Do not think of one falsity as harmless, and another as slight, and another as unintended. Cast them all aside : they may be light and accidental ; but they are an ugly soot fro╗ the smoke of the pit, for all that ; and it is better that our hearts should be swept clean of...
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Sunday readings in prose and verse, selected and ed. by J.E. Carpenter

Joseph Edwards Carpenter - 1867
...not let us lie at all. Do not think of one falsity as harmless, and another as slight, and another as unintended. Cast them all aside : they may be light and accidental; but they are as ugly as soot from the smoke of the pit for all that; and it is better that our hearts should be...
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Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin

John Ruskin - 1868 - 479 pages
...not let us lie at all. Do not think of one falsity as harmless, and another as slight, and another as unintended. Cast them all aside : they may be light...but they are an ugly soot from the smoke of the pit, foj all that ; and it is better that our hearts -should be swept clean of them, without over care as...
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Aspirations of the World: A Chain of Opals

Maxims - 1878 - 276 pages
...not let us lie at all. Do not think of one falsity as harmless, and another as slight, and another as unintended. Cast them all aside. They may be light and accidental, but they are ugly soot from the smoke of the pit, and it is better that our hearts should be swept clean of them....
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Day Unto Day

1880
...not let us lie at all. Do not think of one falsity as harmless, and another as slight, and another as unintended. Cast them all aside : they may be light and accidental, but they are ugly soot from the smoke of the pit, for all that; and it is better that our hearts should be swept...
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Ideals of Life, Or, Wisdom of the Ages: A Series of Wholesome, Practical ...

Osgood Eaton Fuller - Conduct of life - 1881 - 600 pages
...not let us lie at all. Do not think of one falsity as harmless, and another as slight, and another as unintended. Cast them all aside. They may be light and accidental, but they are ugly soot from the smoke of the pit, and it is better that our hearts should be swept clean of them....
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Dictionary of Anecdote, Incident, Illustrative Fact: Selected and Arranged ...

Walter Baxendale - Anecdotes - 1888 - 690 pages
...FALSENESS, in character. Do you^hink of one falsity as harmless, and another as slight, and another as unintended ? Cast them all aside ; they may be light and accidental, but they are ugly soot from the smoke of the pit for all that. — Jlunkiii. 2139. FAME, A lasting. At a large dinner-party...
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Rose └ Charlitte: An Arcadian Romance

Marshall Saunders - Acadians - 1898 - 516 pages
...come from the pit." " when he speaks of ' one falsity as harmless, and another as slight, and another as unintended, — cast them all aside ; they may be light and accidental, but they are ugly soot from the smoke of the pit for all that ? '" "Yes, yes, it is that, — will you write it...
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