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" Affliction. — To be able to reflect on our Misfortunes, goes a great way towards bearing them with that Fortitude which is becoming the Dignity of human Nature; but all have not Courage to do it, and those who have not would sink beneath the Weight... "
The Female Spectator - Page 175
by Eliza Fowler Haywood - 1755
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The Female Spectator, Volume 1

Eliza Fowler Haywood - Etiquette for women - 1771 - 340 pages
...the mind is opprefled with any very fevere affliction. To be able to refleCt on cur misfortunes, goes a great way towards bearing them with that fortitude...of grief, were they to indulge the memory of what occafioned it. THIS I am fenfible is the cafe of many who pafs for perfons of good understanding, and...
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The Weekly entertainer; or agreeable and instructive repository ..., Volumes 1-2

1783 - 1276 pages
...great way towards bearing them wtti that fortitude which is becoming the dignity of human natare ; :but all have not courage to do it, and thofe who have, woikl link beneath the weight of grief, were they to indulge the atmory of what occafioned it. •...
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