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" Oldham's economy in several of his letters. He had a right to do what he would with his own fortune. It was not ours till now. Whatever he has left us, he might have still lessened it. That economy is all that concerns us in interest ; and that is in... "
The History of Sir Charles Grandison: In a Series of Letters - Sivu 216
tekijä(t) Samuel Richardson - 1776
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The Connecticut evangelical magazine, Nide 6

1805
...rose against it, and accused God, of exercising partiality with his creatures, not considering, that he had a right to do what he would with his own. " These exercises continued until August, when the terrors of hell seemed to compass me about. From...

Sermons

William Jay - 1805 - 478 sivua
...relations, and ufe" ful connections ?: my foul hath it ftill in remem-> " brance ; but were they not his ? He had a right to ** do .what he would 'with his own. He came and ** took them away,. not as a thief, but as a proprietor. " He employed in the feizure not...

The Works of Samuel Richardson

The Rev. Edward Mangin, M.A. - 1811
...he lived in the same taste. He praises to me Mrs. Oldham's economy in several of his letters. He bad a right to do what he would with his own fortune. It was not ours till now. Whatever he lum left us, he might have still lessened it. That economy is all that concerns us in interest; and...

The History of Sir Charles Grandison in a Series of Letters, Nide 2

Samuel Richardson - 1812
...taste. He praises to me Mrs. Oldham's economy in several of his letters. He had a right to do what be would with his own fortune. It was not ours till now. Whatever he has left us, he might have still lessened it. Tir.it economy is all that concerns us in interest ; and that is in her favour....

The history of sir Charles Grandison, Nide 2

Samuel Richardson - 1820
...house. Wherever he was, he lived in the same taste. He praises to me Mrs. Oldham's (economy in several of his letters. He had a right to do what he would...ours till now* Whatever he has left us, he might have still lessened it. That ceconomy is all that concerns us in inter-? est; and that is in her favour....

The novels of Samuel Richardson, esq. To which is prefixed, a memoir of the ...

Samuel Richardson - 1824
...house. Wherever he was, he li ved in the same taste. He praises to me Mrs Oldham's economy in several of his letters. He had a right to do what he would...ours till now. Whatever he has left us, he might have still lessened it. That economy is all that concerns us in interest ; and that is in her favour. If...

The Novels of Samuel Richardson, Esq. Viz. Pamela, Clarissa Harlowe ..., Nide 3

Samuel Richardson - 1824
...house. Wherever he was, he lived in the same taste. He praises to me Mrs Oldham's economy in several of his letters. He had a right to do what he would with bis own fortune. It was not our* till now. Whatever he lias left us, he might have still lessened it....

The British preacher, Niteet 1–2

British preacher - 1831
...have acted on a very commonly received principle, the common maxim of a thoughtless race, namely, that he had a right to do what he would with his own. He forgot, (and in such forgetfulness he is far, alas ! from standing alone,) that in one most important...

The Christian Advocate, Nide 9

1831
...householder depend, not upon the services or necessities of the claimants, but upon his own volition: he had a right to do what he would with his own. In reference to the third solution it is argued, that it is in vain to reason against those instincts...

My school-boy days

My school-boy days - 1844
...did so, the culprit struggled hard to get free ; asserting that as he found them they were his, and he had a right to do what he would with his own. The reasoning seemed sound to some of my companions, and they were ahout to let him go, when I remonstrated...




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