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" Nothing of this is new to me ; I have foreseen and am prepared for it all." I am sensible that in the disorders of the mind, as well as those of the body, discourses are not thought the most efficacious remedies ; but I am persuaded also that the malady... "
A second Latin exercise book - Page 176
by John Barrow Allen - 1885 - 246 pages
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The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Volume 8

Henry Cabot Lodge - Literature - 1909
...as in a glass, you may adjust and prepare your soul for all events; and be able to say, as .^Eneas did to the Sibyl, ' ' Nothing of this is new to me;...malady of the soul ought to be cured by spiritual application. If we see a friend in distress, and give him all the consolation we are able, we perform...
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Pitman's Journal of Commercial Education, Volume 32

1873
...you may adjust ami prepare your sonl for all events; and be able U' Bay, as vEneas did to the Sybil, "Nothing of this is new to me, I have foreseen, and...in the disorders of the mind, as well as those of tin1 body, discourses are not thought the most eiuciicious remedies ; but 1 am persuaded also tbit...
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Publications, Issue 124

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1843
...steal a little content in present circumstances, there is no hope of any other. It is our duty to bear the disorders of the mind, as well as those of the body; feeling both, applying proper remedies, and submitting quietly to the will of God. Whatever God is...
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