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" He who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker-up of parties and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy. In a word, he who could outstrip another in a bad action was applauded ; and so was he who encouraged to evil one who... "
Patriotism and Empire - Page 94
by John Mackinnon Robertson - 1899 - 208 pages
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The Greek View of Life

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson - 1907 - 250 pages
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do...who encouraged to evil one who had no idea of it. The tie of party was stronger than the tie of blood, because a partisan was more ready to dare without...
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Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Volume 7

1913
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker up of parties and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy. In a word, he who could outstrip...
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The Greek View of Life

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson - 1911 - 250 pages
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do...who encouraged to evil one who had no idea of it. The tie of party was stronger than the tie of blood, because a partisan was more ready to dare without...
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Hellenic Civilization

George Willis Botsford - 1915 - 13 pages
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker up of his faction and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy. In a word, he who could outstrip...
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Hellenic Civilization

George Willis Botsford - 1915 - 13 pages
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker up of his faction and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy. In a word, he who could outstrip...
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The Warner Library, Volume 24

Charles Dudley Warner, John William Cunliffe, Ashley Horace Thorndike, Harry Morgan Ayres, Helen Rex Keller, Gerhard Richard Lomer - 1917
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do...who encouraged to evil one who had no idea of it. The tie of party was stronger than the tie of blood, because a partisan was more ready to dare without...
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Nature and Human Nature: Essays Metaphysical and Historical

Hartley Burr Alexander - 1923 - 527 pages
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker up of parties and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy. In a word, he who could outstrip...
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The Dial, Volume 2

Francis Fisher Browne, Scofield Thayer, Waldo Ralph Browne - 1882
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker up of parties, and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy." Compare this version with the best...
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When Men Revolt and Why

James Chowning Davies - 1997 - 357 pages
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker up of parties and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy. In a word, he who could outstrip...
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Understanding A Tale of Two Cities: A Student Casebook to Issues, Sources ...

George Newlin - 1998 - 252 pages
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker up of parties and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy. In a word, he who could outstrip...
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