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" And truest friends, through error, wound our rest Without misfortune, what calamities! And what hostilities, without a foe! Nor are foes wanting to the best on earth. But endless is the list of human ills, And sighs might sooner fail than cause to sigh. "
The castle of Santa Fe, by [the] author of Jealousy; or, The dreadful ... - Page 46
by Cleeve - 1805
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The Complaint: Or, Night-thoughts on Life, Death, and Immortality. : To ...

Edward Young - 1750 - 326 pages
...Felicity ? Thtfmootbeft Courfe of Nature has its Pains ; And true/ Friends, thro' Error, wound our Reft. Without Misfortune, what Calamities? And what Hostilities, without a Foe ? Nor are Foes wanting to the beft on Earth. But endlefs is the Lift of human Ills, And Sighs might fooner fail, than Canfe to fight...
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Night Thoughts

Edward Young - 1798 - 386 pages
...not our wish. 275 How distant oft the thing we doat on most, From that for which we doat, felicity! The smoothest course of Nature has its pains ; And...wound our rest. Without misfortune, what calamities! 280 And what hostilities, without a foe ! Nor are foes wanting to the best on earth. But endless is...
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The works of the author of the Night-thoughts. Revised and corrected by himself

Edward Young - 1802
...which we dozt, felicity ! The smoothest course of nature has its pains ; And truest friends, thro' error, wound our rest. Without misfortune, what calamities!...is the list of human ills, And sighs might sooner fail, than cause to sigh. A part how small of the terraqeous globe Is tenanted by man! the rest a zvaste,...
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Night Thoughts, on Life, Death, and Immortality

Edward Young - 1802 - 361 pages
...which we doat, felicity ! The smoothest course of nature has its pains ; And truest friends, thro' error, wound our rest. Without misfortune, what calamities...is the list of human ills, And sighs might sooner fail, than cause to sigh. A part how small of the terraqeous glpbe Is tenanted by man ! the rest a...
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The Works of the Author of The Night-thoughts, Volume 2

Edward Young - 1802 - 383 pages
...which we doat, felicity ! The smoothest course of nature has its pains ; And truest friends, thro' error, wound our rest. Without misfortune, what calamities!...is* the list of human ills, And sighs might sooner fail, than cause to sigh. A part how small of the terraqeous globe Is tenanted by man! the rest a zvaste,...
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Night Thoughts, on Life, Death, and Immortality

Edward Young - 1802 - 361 pages
...its pains ; And truest friends, thro' error, wound our rest. Without misfortune, what calamities ! v And what hostilities, without a foe ! Nor are foes...is the list of human ills, And sighs might sooner fail, than cause to sigh. A part how small of the terraqeous globe Is tenanted by man ! the rest a...
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The Poetical Works of the Rev. Dr. Edward Young: With the Life of ..., Volume 1

Edward Young - 1805
...for which we doat, felicity ? The smoothest course of Nature has its pains, And truest friends, thro' error, wound our rest. Without misfortune what calamities...is the list of human ills, And sighs might sooner fail than cause to sigh. A paft how small of the terraqueous globe Is tenanted by man ? the rest a...
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The Complaint, Or, Night Thoughts on Life, Death, and Immortality

Edward Young - 1805 - 258 pages
...which we doat, felicity ! The smoothest course of nature, has its pains, And truest friends, thro' error, wound our rest. Without misfortune, what calamities...is the list of human ills, And sighs might sooner fail, than cause to sigh. A part how small of the terraqueous globe Is tenanted by man ! the rest a...
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The cabinet of poetry, containing the best entire pieces in the works of the ...

Cabinet - 1808
...give us not our wish. How distant oft the thing we doat on most From that for which we doat, felicity! The smoothest course of nature has its pains; And...is the list of human ills, And sighs might sooner fail, than cause to sigh. A part how small of the terraqueous globe Is tenanted by man ! the rest a...
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The Poetical Works of Edward Young: In Four Volumes. Collated with the Best ...

Edward Young, Thomas Park - 1808
...us not our wish. How distant oft the thing we dote on most From that for which we dote, felicity i The smoothest course of Nature has its pains, And truest friends, through error, wound our rest. Withont misfortune what calamities! And what hostilities without a foe ! Nor are foes wanting to the...
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