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" The third is that those things which honour forbids are more rigorously forbidden, when the laws do not concur in the prohibition; and those it commands are more strongly insisted upon, when they happen not... "
Letters Written by the Late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of ... - Page 205
by Philip Dormer Stanhope - 1810
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Letters written by the...earl of Chesterfield to his son; with ..., Volume 2

Philip Dormer Stanhope (4th earl of Chesterfield.) - 1813
...we are raised to a post or prei ferment, we should never do or permit any thin;; whieh msr -.:.v. u to imply that we look upon ourselves as inferior to...the rank we hold. The third is, that those things, whieh honour forbids, are more rigorously forbidden, when the laws do not eoneur in ihe prohibition...
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The Spirit of Laws, Volumes 1-2

Charles de Secondat baron de Montesquieu - Jurisprudence - 1823
...permitted to set a value upon our fortune, but are absolutely forbidden to set any upon our lives. The second is, that when we are raised to a post or...hold. ' The third is, that those things which honour forbids, are more rigorously forbidden, when the laws do not concur in the prohibition ; and those...
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Letters Written by the Earl of Chesterfield to His Son, Volume 2

Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - Conduct of life - 1827
...permitted to set a value upon our fortune, but are absolutely forbidden to set any upon our lives. The second is, that when we are raised to a post or...hold. The third is, that those things which honour forbids are more rigorously forbidden, when the laws do not concur in the prohibition; and those it...
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Works, Including His Letters to His Son, &c: To which is Prefixed an ...

Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - 1853 - 647 pages
...liberty either to seek or to reject employments; a liberty which it prefers even to an ample fortune. The second is, that when we are raised to a post or...seem to imply that we look upon ourselves as inferior : • • the rank we hold. The third is, that those things which honour forbids are more rigorously...
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Letters Written by the Earl of Chesterfield to His Son

Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - Conduct of life - 1857 - 609 pages
...permitted to set л value apon our fortune, bat are absolutely forbidden to set any upon CHI a 70S, " The second is, that when we are raised to a post or preferment, we should never do or permit anything which may seem to imply that we look upon ourselves as inferior to the rank we hold. ''The...
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volume 32

Literature - 1861
...permitted to set a value upon our future, but are absolutely forbidden to set any upon our lives." The second is, " that when we are raised to a post or preferment, we should never do or permit anything, which may seem to imply that we look upon ourselves as inferior to the rank we hold." The...
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Letters Written by Lord Chesterfield to His Son, Volume 2

Philip Dormer Stanhope (4th earl of Chesterfield.), Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield, Charles Stokes Carey - Conduct of life - 1872
...permitted to set a value upon our fortune, but are absolutely forbidden to set any upon our lives. The second is, that when we are raised to a post or preferment, we should never do or permit anything which may seem to imply that we look upon ourselves as inferior to the rank we hold. , The...
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American Journal of Education, Volume 24

Education - 1873
...that when we arc raised to a post or rank, wo should never do or permit anything which may веет to imply that we look upon ourselves as inferior to...rank we hold. The third is, that those things which honor forbids are more rigorously forbidden, when the laws do not concur in the prohibition ; and those...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 24

Henry Barnard - Education - 1873
...is, that when we are raised to a poet or rank, we should never do or permit anything which may aeem to imply that we look upon ourselves as inferior to the rank we hold. The third is, that those thing» which honor forbids arc more rigorously forbidden, when the laws do not concur in the prohibition...
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Letters Written by the Earl of Chesterfield to His Son

Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - Conduct of life - 1876 - 609 pages
...permitted to set \ value upo'i our tin-tune, but are absolutely forbidden to Bet any upon >tUl n » TO. " The second is, that when we are raised to a post or preferment, wt should never do or permit anything winch may seem to imply that we look upon ourselves as interior...
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