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" For even those who come short in other ways may justly plead the valor with which they have fought for their country ; they have blotted out the evil with the good, and have benefited the state more by their public services than they have injured her... "
Blackwood's Magazine - Page 695
1918
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Thucydides Translated Into English, Volume 1

Thucydides - Greece - 1881
...benefited the state more by their public services than they have injured her by their private actions. None of these men were enervated by wealth or hesitated...punishment of their enemies was sweeter than any of these things, and that they could fall in no nobler cause, they determined at the hazard of their lives...
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Thucydides Translated Into English, Volume 1

Thucydides - Greece - 1881
...benefited the" state, more by their public services than they havcTTnjured her by their private actions. None of these men were enervated by wealth or hesitated...But, deeming that the punishment of their enemies -wasr^sweeter-thanr-any of these tnTngs, and that they could fall in no nobler cause, they determinecTlit...
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The Academy, Volume 20

Art - 1881
...benefited the State more by their public services than they have injured her D their private actions. None of these men were enervated by wealth or hesitated to resign № pleasures of life; none of them put off the e\ day in the hope, natural to poverty, that aman,...
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Thucydides Translated Into English with Introduction, Marginal Analysis, and ...

Thucydides - Greece - 1883 - 699 pages
...benefited the state more by their public services than they have injured her by their private actions. None of these men were enervated by wealth or hesitated...punishment of their enemies was sweeter than any of these things, and that they could fall in no nobler cause, they determined at the hazard of their lives...
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The Standard authors reader, arranged and annotated by the editor of 'Poetry ...

Griffith, Farran, Browne and co - 1883
...benefited the State more by their public services than they have injured her by their private actions. None of these men were enervated by wealth or hesitated...punishment of their enemies was sweeter than any of these things, and that they could fall in no nobler cause, they determined, at the hazard of their...
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College Greek Course in English

William Cleaver Wilkinson - Greek literature - 1884 - 302 pages
...benefited the state more by their public services than they have injured her by their private actions. None of these men were enervated by wealth or hesitated...punishment of their enemies was sweeter than any of these things, and that they could fall in no nobler cause, they determined, at the hazard of their...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 85

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - Literature - 1892
...benefited the state more by their public services than they have injured her by their private actions. None of these men were enervated by wealth or hesitated...punishment of their enemies was sweeter than any of these things, and that they could fall in no nobler cause, they determined at the hazard of their lives...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 85

American literature - 1892
...benefited the state more by their public services than they have injured her by their private actions. None of these men were enervated by wealth or hesitated...punishment of their enemies was sweeter than any of these things, and that they could fall in no nobler cause, they determined at the hazard of their lives...
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Classic Greek Course in English

William Cleaver Wilkinson - Greek literature - 1892 - 314 pages
...benefited the state more by their public services than they have injured her by their private actions. None of these men were enervated by wealth or hesitated...punishment of their enemies was sweeter than any of these things, and that they could fall in no nobler cause, they determined, at the hazard of their...
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The Library of Historic Characters and Famous Events of All ..., Volume 1

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Frank Weitenkampf, John Porter Lamberton - Biography - 1894
...benefited the State more by their public services than they have injured her by their private actions. None of these men were enervated by wealth or hesitated...punishment of their enemies was sweeter than any of these things, and that they could fall in no nobler cause, they determined at the hazard of their lives...
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