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" Wise men, who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced from their actions, are freed from the chains of birth, and go to the regions of eternal happiness k. "
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by William Robertson - 1825
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The English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature, Volume 9

1787
...miferable and unhappy are fo on account of the event of things. Men who are endued with true wii'dotn, are unmindful of good or evil in this world. Study then to obtain this application of thy underftanding ; for fuch application in bufinefs is a precious art. ' ' Wife men, who have abandoned...
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An Historical Disquisition Concerning the Knowledge which the Ancients Had ...

William Robertson - 1791 - 364 pages
...miferable and unhappy " are fo on account of the event of things. Men who are " endued with true wifdom are unmindful of good or evil in " this world. Study then to obtain this application of thy " underftanding, for fuch application in buflnefs is a precious " art. Wife men who have abandoned...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1791
...this application of thy un'icr<taiid:ng, foi fuch application in b ifin-.-fs is a precious art. Wife men who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced from their actions, are freed ¡rom the chains ul bitth ; and go to the regions of eternal happinefs." From rhefp, and other paflages...
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The New-York magazine; or, Literary repository

1792
...miferable and unhappy are fo on account of the event of things. Men who are endued with true xvifdom are unmindful of good or evil in this world. Study...obtain this application of thy understanding, for fuch application in bufîncfs is a precious art. Wife m:n who have abandoned all thought of the fruit...
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An historical disquisition concerning the knowledge which the ancients had ...

William Robertson - 1804 - 369 pages
...miferable and unhappy " are fo on account of the event of things. Men tt who are endued with true wifdom are unmindful " of good or evil in this world. Study then to ob" tain this application of thy underftanding, for " fuch application in bufmefs is a precious art....
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An Historical Disquisition Concerning the Knowledge which the Ancients Had ...

William Robertson - 1804 - 384 pages
...miferable and unhappy " are fo on account of the event of things. Men '' who are endued with true wifdom are unmindful " of good or evil in this world. Study then to obf tain this application of thy underftanding, for " fuch application in bufinefs is a precious art....
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Indian Antiquities: Or, Dissertations, Relative to the Ancient ..., Volume 2

Thomas Maurice - 1806
...heaven for awhile, in proportion to their virtues, they sink again into this mortal life." P. 80. " Wise men, who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced from their actions, (that is, who are are actuated by a total indifference in regard to terrestial concerns, and are absorbed...
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The Works of William Robertson: Historical disquisition concerning the ...

William Robertson - 1812
...able and unhappy are fo on account of the " event of things. Men who are endued with " true wifdom are unmindful of good or evil in " this world. Study then to obtain this applica" tion of thy underftanding, forfuch application " in bufinefs is a precious art. Wife men who...
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An Historical Disquisition Concerning the Knowledge which the Ancients Had ...

William Robertson - 1817
...alone ; for the miser" able and unhappy are so on account of the " event of things. Men who are endued with " true wisdom are unmindful of good or evil in " this world. Study then to obtain this applica" tion of thy understanding, for such application " in business is a precious art. Wise men...
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The works of William Robertson, D.D. To which is prefixed, an ..., Volume 12

William Robertson - 1817
...alone j for the miser" able and unhappy are so on account of the " event of things. Men who are endued with " true wisdom are unmindful of good or evil in " this world. Study then to obtain this applica" tion of thy understanding, for such application " in business is a precious art. Wise men...
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