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|Idleness of the mind is much worse than this of the body ; wit without employment |
is a disease "'JErugo animi, rnbigo ... for idleness is an appendix to nobility ; they
count it a disgrace to work, and spend all their days in sports, recreations, and ...
Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|Matthew 9:37. Jesus refers lo ihe lack of proselytizers among the multitude, |
shortly before sending forth his apostles endowed with miraculous powers. 4
Idleness is an appendix to nobility. ROBERT BURTON ( 1 S77- 1 MO), English
Robert Andrews - 1989 - 343 pages
|Idleness. If anyone has a new idea in this country, there are twice as many |
people who advocate putting a man with a red flag in front of it. ... Sir Richard
Steele (1672-1729) English essayist, dramatist, editor Idleness is an appendix to
|Appendix A introduces the powerful mathematical concept of groups, and |
especially symmetry groups. This material is used ... Appendix B is a short
introduction to the important topic of finite (Galois) fields. ... idleness is an
appendix to nobility.
|Chapter Five “Idleness is an appendix to nobility”: The Preface to Robert Burton's |
'The Anatomy of Melancholy' Tell me Polititians, why is that fruitfull Palestina,
noble Greece, AEgypt, Asia Minor, so much decaied, and (meere carcasses now)
|Burton had first discussed this problem in the medical context of the aetiological |
role of idleness in melancholy. ... true cause that so many great men, ladies and
Gentlewomen, labour of this disease . . . for idlenesse is an appendix to nobility ...
Robert Burton, Thomas C. Faulkner, Nicholas K. Kiessling - 1989 - 746 pages
|An idle dogge will be mangie, and how shall an idle person thinke to escape? ... |
so many great men, Ladies and Gentlewomen, labour of this disease in country
and citty, for idlenesse is an appendix to nobility, they count it a disgrace to worke
|... 1801; and Comprehending the Most Valuable Part of the Late Mr. Anderson's |
History of Commerce with a Large Appendix David Macpherson, Adam Anderson
... stopped the payment of their interest, at a time when divifions ran high at
Cenoa between the old and the new nobility. ... And as idleness. is. ever
pernicious to the public, noblemen were now permitted to exercise certain arts or
trades, and ...
|It is, in his opinion, a great sign of weakness. A vacillating Government and weak |
master are alike without his respect. Personally, I am bitterly against imported
Chinese labour; there are so many idle Natives at present in the country that to ...
|Containing the Commercial Transactions of the British Empire and Other |
Countries : with a Large Appendix ; in Four ... the liveries and hats of the nobility,
and were at their devotion in those idle and less opulent times, became
formidable to ...