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" Our ignorance is the cause Why thus we blame our Maker's laws ; Parts of his ways alone we know ; 'Tis all that man can see below. " Seest thou that carpet, not half done, Which thou, dear Dick, hast well begun'? "
The Works of Hannah More - Page 386
by Hannah More - 1836
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The Entertaining Moral, and Religious Repository: Containing, Many ...

1801
...blame. our Maker's laws; Paris qf his icays alone we know, Tis all that man can see below. ' Secst thou that Carpet, not half done, Which thou, dear...rude the mass it makes one stare. ' A stranger, ign'ram of the trade, Wou'd say, ' no meaning's there convey'd ; For vvh'ere's the middle, there's...
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The Plain Englishman [ed. by C. Knight and E.H. Locker].

Charles Knight - 1820
...thus we blame our Maker's laws ; Parts of his ways alone we know, 'Tis all that man can see below. " See'st thou that carpet, not half done, Which thou,...where's the middle ? where's the border ? Thy carpet DOW is all disorder." Quoth Dick, " My work is yet in bits, But still in every part it fits ; Besides,...
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One Hundred Fables in verse; by various authors. Selected and revised by J ...

One hundred fables, James PLUMPTRE - 1825
...Maker's laws ; 2 ' Parts of his ways alone we know, / */ ' ' 'Tis all that man can see below. ' Seest thou that Carpet, not half done, ' Which thou,...So rude the mass it makes one stare ! ' A stranger, ign'rant of the trade, ' Would say, no meaning's there convey'd ; ' For where's the middle, where's...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life

Hannah More - 1827
...thus we blame our Maker's laws ; Parti of his ways alone we know, 'Tis all that man can see below. See'st thou that carpet, not half done, Which thou,...So rude the mass it makes one stare ! ' A stranger, ign'rant of the trade, Would say, no meaning's there convey'd ; For where's the middle, where's the...
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Moral and Sacred Poetry

Thomas Willcocks - 1829 - 296 pages
...of his ways. alone we know, - . 'Tis all that man can see below. Behold the wild confusion there I So rude the mass, it makes one stare ! A stranger,...meaning's there conveyed; For where's the middle, whereas the horder ! Thy carpet now is all disorder J" Quoth Dick, " my work is yet in hits, But still...
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Moral and sacred poetry, selected by T. Willcocks and T. Horton

Moral and sacred poetry - 1829
...thus we hlame our Maker's laws ; Parts of his ways alone we know, 'Tis all that man can see helow. Behold the wild confusion there ! So rude the mass, it makes one stare ! A utranger, ignorant of the trade, Would say, no meaning's there conveyed ; For where's the middle, where's...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volume 2

Hannah More - 1830
...we blame our Maker's laws ; " Parts of his ways alone we know ; " 'Tis all that man can see below. " Seest thou that carpet, not half done, " Which thou,...So rude the mass it makes one stare ! " A stranger, ign'rant of the trade, " Would say, no meaning's there convey'd : " For where's the middle, where's...
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The works of Hannah More, with a memoir and notes, Volume 6

Hannah More - 1834
...we blame our Maker's laws ; " Parts of his ways alone we know, " 'Tis all that man can see below. " Seest thou that carpet, not half done, " Which thou,...ignorant of the trade, " Would say, no meaning's there convey'd; " For where's the middle, where's the border ? " Thy carpet now is all disorder." Quoth Dick,...
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Works, Complete, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1835
...thus we blame our Maker's laws ; Parts of his ways alone we know ; 'Tis all that man can see below. " Seest thou that carpet, not half done, Which thou,...conveyed ; For where's the middle, where's the border T Thy carpet now is all disorder.' " Quoth Dick, " My work is yet in bits, But still in every part...
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History of Susan Ellmaker, Or, An Answer to the Question, "If a Man Die ...

1836 - 158 pages
...thus we blame our Maker's laws ; Parts of his ways alone we know, "Tis all that man can see below. " Seest thou that carpet, not half done, Which thou, dear Dick, hast well begun 1 Behold the wild confusion there ; So rude the mass, it makes one stare ! " A stranger, ignorant of...
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