Phonographie Anglaise D'Apres Les Meilleurs Auteurs, Princip. D'Apres Walker; Ou Notation Interlineaire de La Prononciation de Rasselas

Phonographie Anglaise D'Apres Les Meilleurs Auteurs, Princip. D'Apres Walker; Ou Notation Interlineaire de La Prononciation de Rasselas : Conte Philosophique Du Celebre Johnson, Avec Une Traduction Litterale Des Six Premiers Chapitres

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1834 edition. Excerpt: ...to find A 8 8 7 8 a nearer way to good, by overleaping the o s.OS 4 o settled boundaries of right and wrong, we 0 8 cannot be happy even by success, because A-, 30 8 we cannot escape the consciousness of our 1. 3 fault: but if we miscarry, the disappofnt. A 8 3 ment is irremediably embittered. How s s. 7. 8 2 comfortless is the sorrow of him who feels at once the pangs of guilt, and the venation of o 2 3 calamity which guilt has brought npon him! 8 6 "Consider, princess, what would have been your condition, if the lady Pekuah had entreated to accompany you, and being o. compelled to stay in the tents, had been 10 1 o carried away: or how would you have 7 3 3 borne the tought, if you had forced her 8 4 ir into the Pyramid, and she had died before 7-02 8 you in agonies of terror?" 8 0 0 (4) "Had either happened, saidNekayah, 1 9 0 4 3 "I could not have endured life till now: I. 3 89 0 should have been tortured to madness by 8 8' 8 the remembrance of such cruelty, or must j 0 i 3 have pined away in abhorrence of myself." 1 A 2 (5) " This at least, " said Imlac," is. the 5 89 S present reward of virtuous conduct, that 7 8 8, 7 4 8 no unlucky consequence can oblige us to repent it." CHAP. XXXV. (i) THE PRINCESS LANGUISHES FOR WANT 8 92 OF PEKUAH. 8 r 4 0 8 Nekayah being thus reconciled to herself, 3 7 a Q.. 8 7 8 found that no evil is insupportable but that which is accompamed with conscionsness of wrong. She was from that time delivered 4,7 89 8 6 7 from the violence of tempestuous sorrow, 8 4 and sunk into silent pensiveness and gloomy 8 3, 0 tranquillity. She sat from mormng to eV 3 8 ing recollecting all that had been done or S w 4 0 8--said by her Peliuah, ...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236811747
  • 9781236811745