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" Nothing is more idle than to inquire after happiness, which nature has kindly placed within our reach. The way to be happy is to live according to nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is originally impressed;... "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Página 429
1759
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English Prose: Selections, Volumen4

Sir Henry Craik - 1895
...when none are wretched but by their own fault. Nothing is more idle, than to inquire after happiness, which nature has kindly placed within our reach. The...to live according to nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is originally impressed ; which is not written...
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English Prose: Selections : with Critical Introductions by Various ..., Volumen4

Sir Henry Craik - 1895
...when none are wretched but by their own fault. Nothing is more idle, than to inquire after happiness, which nature has kindly placed within our reach. The...to live according to nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is originally impressed ; which is not written...
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History of Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia

Samuel Johnson - 1898 - 203 páginas
...more idle than to inquire after 10 happiness, which nature has kindly placed within our reach. f. I The way to be happy is to live according to nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is originally impressed ; which is not written...
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Examination Papers

Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.) - 1899
...when none are wretched but by their own fault. Nothing is more idle than to enquire after happiness which Nature has kindly placed within our reach. The...to live according to Nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is origioally impressed, which is not written...
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English Men of Letters: Pope, by Leslie Stephen, 1900; Johnson by Leslie ...

1900
...men is discussing the ever-recurring problem of happiness, and one of them speaks as follows : — " The way to be happy is to live according to nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is originally impressed ; which is not written...
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Alexander Pope

Leslie Stephen - 1902 - 216 páginas
...men is discussing the ever-recurring problem of happiness, and one of them speaks as follows : — " The way to be happy is to live according to nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is originally impressed ; which is not written...
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English Prose: Eighteenth century

Sir Henry Craik - 1911
...when none are wretched but by their own fault. Nothing is more idle, than to inquire after happiness, which nature has kindly placed within our reach. The...to live according to nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is originally impressed ; which is not written...
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American Church History Seminar Publications, Temas1-2

Catholic University of America - 1915
...Rasselas. The young Prince desired to learn the secret of happiness, and the philosopher answered that the way to be happy is to live according to nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is originally impressed; which is not written...
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The Naturalist in a Boarding School

William A. Murrill - 1919 - 276 páginas
...depends little upon political institutions, and much on the temper and regulations of our minds. Macaulay The way to be happy is to live according to nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is originally impressed. Samuel Johnson As you...
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An English Anthology of Prose and Poetry, Shewing the Main Stream of English ...

Sir Henry John Newbolt - 1922 - 1011 páginas
...when none are wretched but by their own fault. Nothing is more idle, than to inquire after happiness, which nature has kindly placed within our reach. The...to live according to nature, in obedience to that universal and unalterable law with which every heart is originally impressed ; which is not written...
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