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" These are, O Lord, the humble desires of my most reasonable ambition, and all I dare call happiness on earth; wherein I set no rule or limit to Thy hand or providence. Dispose of me according to the wisdom of Thy pleasure: Thy will be done, though in... "
Edinburgh Medical Journal - Page 376
1905
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Religio Medici: And Other Essays

Sir Thomas Browne - Christian ethics - 1902 - 354 pages
...neat delusion, wherein there is no more of happiness than the name. Bless me in this life with but the peace of my conscience, command of my affections,...dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Caesar ! These are, O Lord, the humble desires of my most reasonable ambition, and all I dare call...
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Social Life Under the Stuarts

Elizabeth Godfrey - Great Britain - 1904 - 362 pages
...delusion, ' wherein there is no more of happiness than the name, ' Bless me in this life with but the peace of my conscience, ' command of my affections, the love of Thyself and my ' dearest friends, I shall be happy enough to pity Caesar.' In the same spirit wrote the King in his captivity and in...
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The Pleasure of Reading

Temple Scott - Books and reading - 1909 - 344 pages
...the conclusion of his Religio Medid, and it is not a bad way: " Bless me in this life with but the peace of my conscience, command of my affections,...dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Caesar! " George Borrow advised us to " Fear God, and take your own part," and there is much to be...
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Essays, Civil and Moral: And The New Atlantis

Francis Bacon - Education - 1909 - 374 pages
...Bless me in this life with but peace of my Conscience, command of my affections, the love of Thy self and my dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Caesar. These are, O LORD, the humble desires of my most reasonable ambition, and all I dare call happiness...
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The Works of Sir Thomas Browne v. 1, Volume 1

Sir Thomas Browne - 1912 - 420 pages
...or Malizspini; an apparition or neat delusion, wherein there is no more of Happiness, than the name. Bless me in this life with but peace of my Conscience, command of in v affections, the love of thy self and my dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Cccsar....
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Ecclesiastes: Or, The Confessions of an Adventurous Soul : a Practical ...

Minos Devine - Bible - 1916 - 256 pages
...happiness under the sun. "All is vanity and vexation of spirit." . . . Bless me in this life with but the peace of my conscience, command of my affections,...dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Caesar. These are, 0 Lord, the humble desires of my most reasonable ambition, and all I dare call happiness...
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Medical Pickwick, Volume 5

Medicine - 1919 - 494 pages
...Pandora's Box would swell and there must be a strange pathology." The conclusion of the book is as follows: "Bless me in this life with but peace of my conscience,...dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Caesar. These are, 0 Lord, the humble desires of my most reasonable ambition. And all I dare call happiness...
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Aberdeen University Review, Volumes 9-10

World War, 1914-1918 - 1922 - 656 pages
...world adores. The only happiness is in God. And so Browne prays, "Bless me in this life with but the peace of my conscience, command of my affections,...dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Caesar ! " " Religio Medici " had many readers, both English and Continental. It was translated into...
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Religio Medici

Sir Thomas Browne - Christian ethics - 1922 - 310 pages
...Malizspini; an apparition or neat delusion, wherein there is no more of Happiness, than the namfiT Bless me in this life with but peace of my Conscience", command of my affections, the love of thy self and my dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Ccesar.} These are, O Lord, the...
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Seventeenth Century Essays: From Bacon to Clarendon

Jacob Zeitlin - Civilization, Modern - 1926 - 408 pages
...or Malizspini, an apparition, or neat delusion, wherein there is no more of happiness than the name. Bless me in this life with but peace of my conscience,...dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Caesar. These are, O Lord, the humble desires of my most reasonable ambition, and all I dare call happiness...
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