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" Temperance, for example, was by some confined to eating and drinking, while by others it was extended to mean the moderating every other pleasure, appetite, inclination, or passion, bodily or mental, even to our avarice and ambition. I proposed to myself,... "
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Benjamin Franklin ... - Página 89
por Benjamin Franklin - 1818 - 449 páginas
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of ..., Volumen1

United States. Bureau of Education - 1903
...virtues, and for the sake of clearness used " rather FRANKLIN 3 INFLUENCE IN AMEBICAN EDUCATION. , with fewer ideas annexed to each, than a few names with more ideas." The^e virtues were thirteen in number: Temperance, silence, order, resolution, frugality, industry,...
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The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Including the Private as Well as ..., Volumen1

Benjamin Franklin - 1904
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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: Now First Printed in England from ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1905 - 314 páginas
...I propos'd to myself, for the sake of clearness, to use rather more names, with fewer ideas annex'd to each, than a few names with more ideas ; and I...under thirteen names of virtues all that at that time occurr'd to me as necessary or desirable, and annexed to each a short precept, which fully express'd...
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Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography

Benjamin Franklin - 1905
...mental, even to our avarice and ambition. I proposed to myself, for the sake of clearness, to use rather more names, with fewer ideas annexed to each, than a few names with more ideas; and I included under thiis teen names of virtues all that at that time occurred to me as necessary or desirable, and annexed...
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The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, Volumen1

Benjamin Franklin - 1905 - 439 páginas
...occurr'd to me as necessary or desirable, and annexed to each a short precept, which fully express'd the extent I gave to its meaning. These names of virtues, with their precepts, were : i. TEMPERANCE. Eat not to dullness ; drink not to elevation. 2. SILENCE. Speak not but what may benefit...
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A Conspectus of American Biography: Being an Analytical Summary of ..., Volumen1

1906 - 752 páginas
...names with more ideas; and I concluded under thirteen names of virtues all that at that time occurr'd to me as necessary or desirable, and annexed to each a short precept, which fully express'd the extent .1 gu\e to its meaning. These names of virtues, with their precepts, w ere : 1....
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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin - 1907 - 274 páginas
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Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: With Selections from His Other Writings ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1908 - 386 páginas
...mental, even to our avarice and ambition. I proposed to myself, for the sake of clearness, to use rather more names, with fewer ideas annexed to each, than...their precepts were : — 1. TEMPERANCE. Eat not to dullness ; drink not to elevation. 2. SILENCE. Speak not but what may benefit others or yourself; avoid...
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Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin - 1909 - 249 páginas
...mentally, even to our avarice and ambition. I proposed to myself, for the sake of clearness, to use rather more names, with fewer ideas annexed to each, than...fully expressed the extent I gave to its meaning. The names of virtues, with their precepts, were : 1. TEMPERANCE. — Eat not to dullness; drink not...
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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: The Journal of John Woolman ; Fruits ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1909 - 416 páginas
...I propos'd to myself, for the sake of clearness, to use rather more names, with fewer ideas annex'd to each, than a few names with more ideas; and I included...under thirteen names of virtues all that at that time occurr'd to me as necessary or desirable, and annexed to each a short precept, which fully express'd...
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