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" Of prowess and conduct adequate To what our place and fame doth promise, And all the godly expect from us, Nor shall they be deceiv'd, unless We're slurr'd and outed by success; Success, the mark no mortal wit, Or surest hand can always hit... "
Dick Turpin - Page 215
by Henry Downes Miles - 1840 - 323 pages
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Plays Written for a Private Theatre

William Davies - Drama - 1786 - 472 pages
... v IV i WRITTEN FOR A PRIVATE THEATRE. BY WILLIAM DAVIES. SL'CCESS, THE MARK NO MORTAL WIT OR SUREST HAND CAN ALWAYS HIT...PERPETRATE, WE DO BUT ROW, WE'RE STEER'D BY FATE. HI/DIE. LONDON, PRINTED FOR R. FAULDER, NEW BOND-STREET. M.DCC. i 3315G7B ' K A- •* _ Addrefs to...
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Bell's Edition, Volumes 33-34

John Bell - English poetry - 1797
...all the Godly expect from us. Nor shall they be deceiv'd, unless We're sluri'd and uuted by success; Success, the mark no mortal wit, Or surest hand, can always hit: ..,...,,. ' Hi For whatsoe'er we perpetrate, . . - ' — , — _... We do but row, w' are steer'd by...
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Hudibras: In Three Parts : Written in the Time of the Late Wars

Samuel Butler - 1805 - 384 pages
...all the godly expect from us, Nor shall they be deceiv'd, unless We're slurr'd and outcd by success ; Success, the mark no mortal wit, Or surest hand can always hit : 880 For whatsoe'er we perpetrate, We do but row, we're steer'd by Fate, Which in success oft disinherits,...
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Hudibras, in Three Parts: Written in the Time of the Late Wars

Samuel Butler - English poetry - 1809 - 336 pages
...expect from us. Nor shall they he deceiv'd, uuless , We're slurr'd an.d outed hy snccess ; Snccess, the mark no mortal wit, Or surest hand can always hit : For whatsoe'er we perpetrate, 88« We do hut row, we're steer'd hy Fate, Which in snccess oft disinherits, For spurious canses, nohlest...
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Hudibras: Poem

Samuel Butler - Great Britain - 1812 - 410 pages
...the godly expect from us. Nor shall they be deceiv'd, unless We're slorr'd aźd outed by success : Success, the mark no mortal wit, Or surest hand, can always hit: * 880 For whatsoe'er we perpetrate, We do but row, we're steerM by Fate, Which in success oft disinherits,...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Lives of the Authors, Volume 9

Ezekiel Sanford - English poetry - 1819
...all the Godly expect from us. JJor shall they be deceiv'd, unless We're slur'd and outed by success ; Success, the mark no mortal wit, Or surest hand, can...hit: For whatsoe'er we perpetrate, We do but row, we' are steer'd by Fate, Which in success oft disinherits, For spurious causes, noblest merits. Great...
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Hudibras, a Poem, Volume 1

Samuel Butler - English poetry - 1819
...slurr'd and outed by success : Success, the mark no mortal wit, Or surest hand, can always hit: 880 For whatsoe'er we perpetrate, We do but row, we're steer'd by Fate, Which in success oft disinherits, For spurious causes, noblest merits. Great actions are not always true sons...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - Classical poetry - 1822
...all the Godly expect from us. Nor shall they be deceived, unless We're slurr'd and outed by success ; Success, the mark no mortal wit, Or surest hand, can always hit: For whatsoe'er we perpetrate, We da but row, we' are steer'd by Fate, Which in success oft disinherits, For spurious causes, noblest...
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Paul Jones : a Romance, Volume 1

Allan Cunningham - 1826 - 1123 pages
...ROMANCE. BY ALLAN CUNNINGHAM, AUTHOR OF ' SIR MARMADUKE MAXWELL," "TRADITIONAL TALES," &c. Success, i In- mark no mortal wit, Or surest hand, can always hit...╗ We do but row, we're steer'd by Fate, Which in success oft disinherits, For spurious causes, noblest merits. BUTLER. IN THKEE VOLUMES. VOL. I. iv...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science ..., Volume 17

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...discontented assassinate, would, after the perpetration, have honested a mere private revenge. Wuttou. Success, the mark no mortal wit, Or surest hand can...For whatsoe'er we perpetrate, We do but row, we're steered by fate. Hudilirai. My tender infants or my careful sire, These they returning will to death...
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