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" Affiduity, when it is contrary to their Intereft, equal to that which they will exert in fulfilling it, when their Duty and their Intereft coincide ; the Duty of a Member of this Houfe is infinitely the moft Important that can devolve upon a... "
The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature - Sivu 277
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Debates Relative to the Affairs of Ireland: In the Years 1763 and 1764, Nide 1

Sir James Caldwell - 1766
...Objects it makes vifible, are the mere Illufions of Fancy. To drop the Metaphor, Sir, it is impoffible to fuppofe that Men in general will difcharge their Duty with a Zeal, Steadinefs, and Affiduity, when it is contrary to their Intereft, equal to that which they will exert...

Debates Relative to the Affairs of Ireland: In the Years 1763 and 1764, Nide 1

Sir James Caldwell - 1766
...Objects it makes vifible, are the mere Illufions of Fancy. To drop the Metaphor, Sir, it is impoffible to fuppofe that Men in general will difcharge their Duty with a Zeal, Steadinefs, and Affiduity, when it is contrary to their Intereft, equal to that which they will exert...

The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Nide 37

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1767
...vifible, are the mere illufions of fancy. ' To drop the metaphor, continues the Doctor, it is impoffible to fuppofe that men, in general, will difcharge their duty with a zeal, ireadinefs and afilduity, when it is contrary to their intereft; equal to that which they will exert...

THE MONTHLY REVIEW; OR, JOURNAL:

SEVERAL HANDS - 1767
...viiible, are the mere illufions of fancy. * To drop the metaphor, continues the Doctor, it is impoffible to fuppofe that men, in general, will difcharge their duty with a zeal, ft cadinefs and afliduity, when it is contrary to their intereft; equal to that which they will exert...

London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Nide 36

1767
...objects it makes vifible, are the mere illufions of fancy. To drop the metaphor, fir, it is impoflible to fuppofe that men in general will difcharge their duty with a zeal, fteadinefs, and affiduity, when it is contrary to their intereft, equal to that which they will exert in fulfillingir,...




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