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" It is the nature of ingrates to return evil for good; and the moralists in all ages have incessantly declaimed against the enormity of this crime, concluding that they who are capable of hurting their benefactors, are not fit to live in a community ;... "
The fables of Æsop, and others, with designs on wood, by T. Bewick - Página 212
por Aesopus - 1818
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Fables of Aesop and Others:

Aesop - 1792 - 380 páginas
...they who are capable of hurting their benefactors, are not fit to live in a community; being fuch, as the natural ties of parent, friend, or country, are too weak to reilrain within the bounds of fociety. Indeed, the fin of ingrati ude is fo deteftable, that, as none...
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Select Fables: With Cuts

John Trotter Brockett - 1820 - 384 páginas
...incessantly declaimed against the enormity of this crime, concluding that they, who are capable of hurting their benefactors, are not fit to live in a community...too weak to restrain within the bounds of society. It was not at all unnatural in the Snake to hiss, and brandish his tongue, and fly at the first that...
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Select Fables; with Cuts, Designed and Engraved by Thomas and John Bewick ...

Thomas Bewick - 1820 - 388 páginas
...incessantly declaimed against the enormity of this crime, concluding that they, who are capable of hurting their benefactors, are not fit to live in a community...too weak to restrain within the bounds of society. It was not at all unnatural in the Snake to hiss, and brandish his tongue, and fly at the first that...
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Fables of Aesop and Others

Aesop - 1831 - 370 páginas
...that they who are capable •<f hurting their benefactors, are not fit to live in a community; berng such as the natural ties of parent, friend, or country...of ingratitude is so detestable, that none but the most inhuman temper can be guilty of it, so, in writing to men, there is no occasion to use many words;...
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Fables: Original and Selected, by the Most Esteemed European and Oriental ...

George Moir Bussey - 1842 - 608 páginas
...incessantly declaimed against the enormity of this crime, concluding that they who are capable of hurting their benefactors, are not fit to live in a community;...Indeed, the sin of ingratitude is so detestable, that, as none but the most inhuman temper can be guilty of it, so in writing to men, there is no occasion...
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Fables of AEsop and Others

Aesop - 1850 - 366 páginas
...concluding that they who are capable of hurting their benefactors, are not fit to live in a community; such as the natural ties of parent, friend, or country...restrain within the bounds of society. Indeed, the ain of ingratitude is so detestable, that none but the most inhuman temper can be guilty of it, so,...
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The Juvenile Museum of Entertainment and Instruction

George Frederick Pardon - 1899 - 224 páginas
...incessantly declaimed against the enormity of this crime, concluding that they who are capable of hurting their benefactors are not fit to live in a community...too weak to restrain within the bounds of society. THE COVETOUS MAN AND THE GOOSE. THE COVETOUS MAN AND THE GOOSE. A FABLE. THERE was once a poor countryman...
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The fables of Æsop; with instructive applications, illustr. by H. Weir

Aesopus - 1859 - 226 páginas
...incessantly declaimed against the enormity of this crime, concluding that they who are capable of hurting their benefactors are not fit to live in a community...Indeed, the sin of ingratitude is so detestable, that as none but the most inhuman temper can be guilty of it, so in writing to men, there is no occasion...
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Æsop's fables. [110 fables, tr. by S. Croxall].

Aesopus - 1861 - 254 páginas
...incessantly declaimed against the enormity of this crime, 'xmcluding, that they who are capable of hurting their benefactors, are not fit to live in a community...Indeed, the sin of ingratitude is so detestable, that, as none but the most inhuman temper can be guilty of it, so, in writing to men, there is no occasion...
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Fables of Æsop and Others

Aesop - 1863 - 372 páginas
...incessantly declaimed against the enormity of this crime; concluding that they who are capable of hurting their benefactors, are not fit to live in a community...as the natural ties of parent, friend, or country ore loo weak to restrain within the bounds of society. Indeed, the sin of ingratitude is so detestable,...
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