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" Men are not troubled to hear a man dispraised, because they know, though he be naught, there is worth in others. But women are mightily troubled to hear any of them spoken against, as if the sex itself were guilty of some unworthiness. "
Anecdotes of Some Distinguished Persons: Chiefly of the Present and Two ... - Page 157
by William Seward - 1795
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Institutions et vie municipale à Aix-en-Provence sous la Révolution: 1789-an ...

Christiane Derobert-Ratel - Aix-en-Provence (France) - 1809 - 672 pages
...are not troubled to hear men dispraised, because they know that, though one be naught, there is still worth in others: but women are mightily troubled to hear any of themselves spoken against, as if the sex itself were guilty of some unworthiness;" for when one of...
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Seldeniana, or The table-talk of John Selden

John Selden - 1818
...3. Men are not troubled to hear a man dispraised, because they know, though he be naught, there is worth in others. But women are mightily troubled to hear any of them spoken against, as if the sex itself were guilty of some unworthiness. 4. Women and princes must...
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The Table Talk of John Selden

John Selden - Table-talk - 1818 - 180 pages
...3. Men are not troubled to hear a man dispraised, because they know, though he be naught, there is worth in others. But women are mightily troubled to hear any of them spoken against, as if the sex itself were guilty of some unworthiness. 4. Women and princes must...
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The British Prose Writers: Sheldon's table talk. Sir W. Blackstone's ...

British prose literature - 1821
...3. Men are not troubled to hear a man dispraised ; because they know, though he be naught, there is worth in others : but women are mightily troubled to hear any of them spoken against ; as if the sex itself were guilty of some unworthiness. 4. Women and princes must...
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Selden's table talk

John Selden - 1821
...3. Men are not troubled to hear a man dispraised ; because they know, though he be naught, there is worth in others : but women are mightily troubled to hear any of them spoken against ; as if the sex itself were guilty of some unworthiness. 4. Women and princes must...
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The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...: Sir Philip Sidney's ...

English literature - 1831
...3. Men are not troubled to hear a man dispraised, because they know, though he be naught, there 's worth in others. But women are mightily troubled to hear any of them spoken against, as if the sex itself were guilty of some unworthiness. 4. Women and princes must...
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... Areopagitica: 24 November 1644. Preceded by Illustrative Documents ...

John Milton - Freedom of the press - 1869 - 80 pages
...valid. 3. Men are not troubled to hear a Man dilpraifed, becaufe they know, though he be naught, there's worth in others. But Women are mightily troubled to hear any of them spoken againft as if the Sex it felf were guilty of fome unworthinefs. 4. Women and Princes mud...
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Table-talk: 1689

John Selden - Table-talk - 1868 - 120 pages
...valid. 3. Men are not troubled to hear a Man dilpraifed, becaufe they know, though he be naught, there's worth in others. But Women are mightily troubled to hear any of them spoken againft as if the Sex it felf were guilty of fome unworthinefs. 4. Women and Princes muft...
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Short Sayings of Great Men: With Historical and Explanatory Notes

Anecdotes - 1882 - 610 pages
...inert.") Men are not troubled to hear a man dispraised, because they know, though he be nought, there's worth in others. But women are mightily troubled to hear any of them spoken against, as if the sex itself were guilty of some monstrosities. Idolatry is in a man's...
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Timber: Or, Discoveries Made Upon Men and Matter

Ben Jonson - English prose literature - 1892 - 166 pages
...passage : " Men are not troubled to hear a man dispraised, because they know though he be naught, there's worth in others; but women are mightily troubled to hear any of them spoken against, as if the sex itself were guilty of some unworthiness." 73 3. Presently. Cf. 7...
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