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" Fcelix, the Roman Consul, told that insulting Coriolanus, drunk with his good fortunes, look not for that success thou hast hitherto had. It never yet happened to any man since the beginning of the world, nor ever will, to have all things according to... "
The Anatomy of Melancholy: What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes, Symptomes ... - الصفحة 4
بواسطة Robert Burton - 1800
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...hindrances, oppositions, still crossing, interrupting their endeavours 'and desires, and no mortal man is free from this law of nature. We must not,...look not for that success thou hast hitherto had. It never yet happened to any man since the beginning of the world, nor ever will, to have all things...

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...'I " ' •' ¡¡.i'ii !•' Remedies against Discontents. 343 endeavours and desires, and no mortal perpetuo est bona. And as Minutius Felix, the Roman consul, told that insulting Coriolanus, drunk with...

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...divers hindrances, oppositions, still crossing, interrupting their endeavours and desires, and no mortal man is free from this law of nature. We must not,...continuance of good success and fortunes, Fortuna nunquam perpelufi est bona. And as Minutins Felix, the Roman Consul, told that insulting Coriolanus, drunk...

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