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" DEFORMED persons are commonly even with nature ; for as nature hath done ill by them, so do they by nature; being for the most part, as the Scripture saith, void of natural affection: and so they have their revenge of nature. "
Essays by Lords Bacon and Clarendon: Two Volumes in One - Page 201
by Francis Bacon - 1820 - 539 pages
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Bacon's Essays and Wisdom of the Ancients

Francis Bacon - English essays - 1884 - 425 pages
...again, if it light well, it maketh virtues shine, and vices blush. XLIV. — OF DEFORMITY. DEFORMED persons are commonly even with nature ; for, as nature...nature, being for the most part (as the Scripture 1 " The autumn of the beautiful is beautiful." 1 By making allowances. saith) " void of natural affection...
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The house of cecil

1914
...the life." 1 It will be remembered that this very spiteful essay begins as follows :— " Deformed persons are commonly even with nature ; for as nature...nature erreth in the one, she ventureth in the other." When James asked Bacon for his opinion of Salisbury, he replied :— " Your Majesty hath lost a great...
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The Disabled Soldier

Douglas Crawford McMurtrie - Disabled veterans - 1919 - 232 pages
...contemporary, Lord Bacon, in his "Essay on Deformity" strikes a similar note, holding that "deformed persons are commonly even with Nature; for as Nature...them, so do they by Nature, being for the most part . void of natural affection." Writing almost two centuries after Shakespeare, Schiller, in his earliest...
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The Harvard Classics, Volume 3

Charles William Eliot - Literature - 1909
...certainly again, if it light well, it maketh virtue shine, and vices blush. XLIV OF DEFORMITY DEFORMED persons are commonly even with nature; for as nature...hath done ill by them, so do they by nature ; being 1 Feature. * Becoming. Making special allowance. for the most part (as the Scripture saith) void...
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Complete Writings: With Variant Readings

William Blake - Biography & Autobiography - 1966 - 944 pages
...exceeding subtile, who afterwards waxed stupid. Such was Bacon: Stupid Indeed! Page 202. Of Deformity. Certainly there is a consent between the body and...nature erreth in the one, she ventureth in the other. False! Contemptible! Whosoever hath any thing fixed in his person that doth 1nduce contempt, hath also...
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University of Chicago School Review, Volume 10

Education - 1902
...Connect with their context and explain the following extracts : " Six extracts are given, for instance, " Certainly there is a consent between the body and...nature erreth in the one, she ventureth in the other." subjects are introduced. But it drives a coach and four through its own act by the provision that special...
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Constancy and Change in Human Development

Orville Gilbert Brim, Jerome Kagan - Psychology - 1980 - 754 pages
...help and much increase it." Bacon, being the better scientist of the two, was more cautious: "Deformed persons are commonly even with nature for, as nature...them, so do they by nature, being for the most part void of natural affection, and so they have their revenge of nature." In addition to reviewing studies,...
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The Historical Renaissance: New Essays on Tudor and Stuart Literature and ...

Heather Dubrow, Richard Strier - Literary Criticism - 1988 - 377 pages
...description of Richard III, though it may have been provoked more directly by Robert Cecil. Deformed persons are commonly even with nature; for as nature...affection," and so they have their revenge of nature. Certain there is a consent between the body and the mind, and where nature erreth in the one, she ventureth...
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The Historical Renaissance: New Essays on Tudor and Stuart Literature and ...

Heather Dubrow, Richard Strier - Literary Criticism - 1988 - 377 pages
...the Scripture saith, "Void of natural affection," and so they have their revenge of nature. Certain there is a consent between the body and the mind,...nature erreth in the one, she ventureth in the other. . . . Whosoever has anything fixed in his person that doth induce contempt, hath also a perpetual spur...
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Digging Into Popular Culture: Theories and Methodologies in Archeology ...

Ray Broadus Browne, Pat Browne - Social Science - 1991 - 184 pages
...but outward virtue" (1864: Vol. 9, 156). Conversely, in his essay on deformity, he states: "Deformed persons are commonly even with nature, for as nature...affection; and so they have their revenge of nature" (1985: 191-2; Bacon's emphasis). The Lord Chancellor, and the most distinguished essayist of the early...
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