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" Deity to witness, that in all those places in which vice meets with so little discouragement, and is practised with so little shame, I never once deviated from the paths of integrity and virtue, and perpetually reflected that, though my conduct might... "
The Prose Works of John Milton: With a Life of the Author, Interspersed with ... - Page 399
by John Milton, Charles Symmons - 1806
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The Milton Anthology: Selected from the Prose Writings

John Milton - 1876 - 506 pages
...those places in which vice meets with so little discouragement, and is practised with so little shame, I never once deviated from the paths of integrity...perpetually reflected that, though my conduct might escape the notice of men, it could not elude the inspection of God. At Geneva I held daily converses...
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English Pedagogy: Education, the School, and the Teacher, in English Literature

Henry Barnard - 1876 - 514 pages
...little discouragement, and is practiced with so little shamje, I never once deviated from the path of integrity and virtue, and perpetually reflected that, though my conduct might escape the notice of men, it could not elude the inspection of God. At Geneva I held daily conferences...
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History of English Literature, Volume 2

Hippolyte Taine - 1877
...those places in which vice meets with so little discouragement, and is practised with so little shame, I never once deviated from the paths of integrity...perpetually reflected that, though my conduct might escape the notice of men, it could not elude the inspection of God."1 Amid the licentious gallantries...
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The Western, Volume 4

1878 - 832 pages
...those places, in which vice meets with so little discouragement and is practiced with so little shame, I never once deviated from the paths of integrity...perpetually reflected that, though my conduct might escape the notice of men, it could not elude the inspection of God. At Geneva I held daily conferences...
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Poetical Works, Volume 1

John Milton - 1882 - 514 pages
...fo little difcouragement, and is protected with fo little fliame, I never once turned from the path of integrity and virtue, and perpetually reflected...might efcape the notice of men, it could not elude the infpection of God." Milton ftayed about two months at Rome, and purfued his journey without moleftation...
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Development of English Literature and Language, Volume 1

Alfred Hix Welsh - 1882
...those places in which vice meets with so little discouragement, and is practised with so little shame, I never once deviated from the paths of integrity...perpetually reflected that, though my conduct might escape the notice of men, it could not elude the inspection of God.' The idea of a purer existence...
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A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and ..., Volume 2

Samuel Austin Allibone - 1882
...those places in which vice meets with so little discouragement and is practised with so' little shame, I never once deviated from the paths of integrity...perpetually reflected that, though my conduct might escape the notice of men. it would not elude the inspection of God." We should not forget to mention...
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Development of English Literature and Language, Volume 1

Alfred Hix Welsh - 1882 - 538 pages
...those places in which vice meets with 5n little discouragement, and is praetised with so little shame, I never once deviated from the paths of integrity and virtue, and perpetually refleeled that, though my conduct might escape the notice of men, it could not elude the inspection...
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The Story of English Literature

Anna Buckland - 1882 - 519 pages
...so little discouragement, and is protected with so little shame, I never once turned from the path of integrity and virtue, and perpetually reflected that, though my conduct might escape the notice of men, it could not elude the inspection of God." And there is no doubt that he...
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Development of English Literature and Language, Volumes 1-2

Alfred Hix Welsh - 1882 - 1134 pages
...vice meets with *o little discouragement, and is practiced with so little shame, I never once de\iated s, early and late, audacity of diction, exuberance of fancy, profusion of double epithets, escape the notice of men, it could not elude the inspection of God.' The idea of a purer existence...
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