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" and everlasting ease ; 13 6 Not care for us, from fears and dangers free, Sufficient to its own felicity : Nought here below, nought in our power it needs; Ne'er smiles at good, ne'er frowns at wicked deeds. "
An Historical and Critical Dictionary - Page 295
by Pierre Bayle - 1826 - 438 pages
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An Historical and Critical Dictionary, Volume 3

Pierre Bayle - Biography - 1826 - 438 pages
...tangitur ira. LUCRETIUS, lib. i. ver. 57. For whatsoe'r's divine must live in peace, In uudisturh'd and everlasting ease; 13 6 Not care for us, from fears and dangers free, Ssfficient to its own felicity: Nought here below, nought iu our power it needs ; Ne'er smiles at good,...
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An historical and critical dictionary, selected and abridged, Volume 3

Pierre Bayle - 1826
...tangitur ira. LUCRETIUS, lib. i. ver. 57. For whatsoe Ys divine must live in peace, In midisturb'd and everlasting ease; 13 6 Not care for us, from fears...Sufficient to its own felicity : Nought here below, nought iu our power it needs j Ne'er smiles at good, ne'er frowns at wicked deeds. CREECH. Those who made...
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The New Jerusalem magazine and theological inspector

1826
...In undisturb'd and everlasting ease; Nor care for us, from fears and dangers free, Sufficient to his own felicity. Nought here below, nought in our power it needs, Ne'er smiles at good, nor frowns at wicked deeds." Now to profess a belief in a Divine Being, in a Great First Cause, as...
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A sketch of the denominations of the Christian world. With an account of the ...

John Evans - 1841
...undistnrb'd and everlasting ease ; Nor care for us, from fears and dangers free, Sufficient to his own felicity ! Nought here below, nought in our power it needs, Ne'er smiles at good, nor frowns at wicked deeds. " The second sort of Deists are those who believe not only the being, but...
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A guide for all to the Catholic Church. Or The inquiry of a retired citizen ...

Henry FORMBY - 1863 - 8 pages
...saints ' For whatsoe'er's Divine must live in peace, In undisturbed and everlasting ease, Nor eare for us; from fears and dangers free, Sufficient to its own felicity." Creech's translation. who are in the glory of heaven being our patrons and benefactors, you naturally...
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French classics, ed. with Engl. notes, by G. Masson, Volume 4

French classics - 1868
...alluded to here. ' For whatsoe'er 's divine must live in peace, In undisturb'd and everlasting ease: Not care for us ; from fears and dangers free, Sufficient...Ne'er smiles at good, ne'er frowns at wicked deeds.' ' His (Epicurus) vigorous and active mind was hurl'd Beyond the flaming limits of this world, Into...
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HISTORY OF ALL CHRISTIAN SECTS AND DENOMINATIONS

JOHN EVANS - 1875
...Epicurean poet— * For whatsoe'er's divine must live at peace, In undisturbed and everlasting ease; Nor care for us, from fears and dangers free, Sufficient...its own felicity ! Nought here below, nought in our pow'r it needs, Ne'er smiles at good, nor frowns at wicked deeds.' " The Second sort of Deist< are...
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The Secret Life of Aphra Behn

Janet M. Todd - Biography & Autobiography - 1996 - 545 pages
...discomfort. Divinity, if any divinity there were, live[s] in Peace, In undisturb'd and everlasting Ease: Not care for Us, from fears and dangers free, Sufficient to its own felicity. Nought here below, Naught in our power it needs; Ne're smiles at good, ne're frowns at wicked deeds. Institutional religion...
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Admired and Understood: The Poetry of Aphra Behn

Michael L. Stapleton - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 247 pages
...Peace, / In undisturb'd and everlasting Ease." Since the gods live in ease, they do not intervene: "Not care for Us, from fears and dangers free, / Sufficient to its own felicity" (1 [3]). Behn's many references to godlike young men (Rochester, Creech, Hoyle, Grinhil) partake of...
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