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" As both are absolutely essential, it is needless to inquire which is so in the highest degree. Fortunately, they are oftener met with together, than separate ; for the just and reasonable estimation of things, which true good sense inspires, almost necessarily... "
The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History, and Politics - Page 22
1795
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Letters from a Father to His Son, on Various Topics, Relative to ..., Volume 1

John Aikin - 1796
...which is not unfrequently coupled with weaknefs of underftanding; but having no power of felf-diredUon, its operations are /capricious, and no reliance can be placed on it in promoting folid felicity. When, however, this eafy humour appears with the attractions of youth and beauty, there...
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Volume 9

1800
...is not unfrequently coupled with weaknefs of underftanding ; but having no power of felt-direction, its operations are capricious, and no reliance can be placed on it in promoting folid felicity. When, however, this eafy humour appears with the attractions of youth and beaucy, there...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1794
...is not unfrequently coupled with weaknefs of underftanding j but having no power of felf direction, its operations are capricious, and no reliance can be placed on it in promoting folid felicity. When, however, this eafy humour appears with the attra&ions of youth and beauty, there...
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The Juvenile Magazine, Or Miscellaneous Repository of Useful Information

1803
...is not unfrequently coupled with weak?efs of underftanding ; but having no power of felf-dire&ion, its operations are capricious, and no reliance can be placed on it in promoting folid felicity. When, however, this eafy humour appears vith the attractions of youth and beauty, there...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 2

Charles Brockden Brown - 1804
...moderation of mind in which good temper consists. There is, indeed, a kind of thoughtless good-nature which is not unfrequently coupled with weakness of...reliance can be placed on it in promoting solid felicity. When, however, this easy humour appears with the attractions of youth and beauty, there is some danger...
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The Female Speaker; Or, Miscellaneous Pieces, in Prose and Verse: Selected ...

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - 1816 - 392 pages
...to inquire which j-. so in the highest degree. Fortunately, they are oftener met with together, than separate ; for the just and reasonable estimation...indeed, a kind of thoughtless good nature, which is not onfrequently coupled with weakness of understanding; but, having no power of self-direction, it's operations...
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Domestic Happiness Portrayed: Or, A Repository for Those who Are, and Those ...

William M. Dunning - 1835 - 428 pages
...to inquire which is so in the highest degree.. Fortunately they are oftener met with together than separate ; for the just and reasonable estimation of things which true good senseinspires almost necessarily produces that equanimity and moderation of spirit, in which good temper...
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The Young Ladies' Elocutionary Reader: Containing a Selection of Reading Lessons

Anna U. Russell - 1853 - 480 pages
...to inquire which is so in the highest degree. Fortunately, they are oftener met with together, than separate ; for the just and reasonable estimation...are capricious ; and no reliance can be placed on it for promoting solid felicity. When, however, this easy humour appears with the attractions of youth...
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The youth's companion and counsellor

William Chambers - 1858
...to inquire which is so in the highest degree. Fortunately, they are oftener met with together than separate ; for the just and reasonable estimation...consists. There is, indeed, a kind of thoughtless goodnature which is not unfrequently coupled with weakness of understanding ; but having no power of...
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