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" A little fire is quickly trodden out, Which being suffered, rivers cannot quench. "
The teeth: in health and disease - Pagina 43
di Edward Davieson - 1861 - 62 pagine
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Treasury of Thought: Forming an Encyclopędia of Quotations from Ancient and ...

1894 - 579 pagine
...them, — besieged the chance, conquered the chance, and made the chance their servitor. — Chapin. A little fire is quickly trodden out ; which, being suffered, rivers cannot quench. — Shakespeare. A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds. — Bacon. Tln.m strong seducer, opportunity....
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An English Grammar and Analysis: For Students and Young Teachers

G. Steel - 1894 - 300 pagine
...malice. 4. I am even poor in thanks ; but I thank you. 5. Fain would I woo her, yet I dare not speak. 6. A little fire is quickly trodden out, Which being suffered rivers cannot quench. 7. While some are willing to wed virtue for her personal charms, Others are willing to take her for...
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Essays on rural hygiene

George Vivian Poore - 1894 - 371 pagine
...the beginnings. The object of this is evident, and is well expressed by Shakespeare in the words — A little fire is quickly trodden out, Which, being suffered, rivers cannot quench. The mixing of bacteria with water may be looked upon certainly not as a resistance of the beginnings,...
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Medical Insurance: Devoted to the Insurance Examiner and Clinical ..., Volume 10

Ferdinand Eugene Daniel - 1895
...Vlburnln, % gr. 5ample of Ponca Compound sent free on application. MELLIER DRUG COMPANY, ST. LOUIS.1 A little fire is quickly trodden out ; Which, being suffered, rivers cannot quench/ —SHAKESPEARE. ^ I^HIS is simply another way of calling attention to the teaching of experience in the treatment of...
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North Carolina Medical Journal, Volumi 35-36

1895
...calamity. To prevent eclampsia if oftentimes more easy than to cure i1, and it has been most aptly said — "A little fire is quickly trodden out, Which, being suffered, rivers cannot quench." In noticing the rational treatment of puerperal convulsions, I shall consider first the advisability...
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Not All the King's Horses: A Novel of Washington Society

Katherine Elwes Thomas - 1896 - 210 pagine
...crowding out every other sight and sound, she takes the first train back to Washington. CHAPTER XV. " A little fire is quickly trodden out Which being suffered, rivers cannot quench." 'F Louise should die! If she should not get well! If that treacherous disease that has her in its hold...
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Hester Lavenham, Or, Through Peace and War

Helen H. Watson - 1902 - 255 pagine
...for her, and there was no question of anything but bed for her for some time to come. CHAPTER XX ' A little fire is quickly trodden out, Which, being suffered, rivers cannot quench.' — Henry VI. ERHAPS it was just as well for Miss Millington that she was obliged for some weeks to...
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The Mistress of Brae Farm: A Novel

Rosa Nouchette Carey - 1897 - 437 pagine
...cared more for Mrs. Herbert. He would stamp out the unworthy feeling. As Shakespeare wisely said, " A little fire is quickly trodden out, which, being suffered, rivers cannot quench." Surely his man's strength and his sense of duty would aid him to win the victory ! Why, then, did the...
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Everybody's Favourite: A Novel

John Strange Winter - 1897 - 298 pagine
..." that trouble has turned our poor friend's head a little." CHAPTER XVIII. AN ANXIOUS POSSESSION. " A little fire is quickly trodden out, Which being suffered, rivers cannot quench." — King Henry VI, IT was natural enough that for days Northtowers talked of nothing else than the...
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A Yearbook of Colonial Times

1899 - 250 pagine
...SHAKESPEARE. February 26 1656 The first Fire Wardens were appointed by the Dutch for New Amsterdam. A little fire is quickly trodden out ; Which, being suffered, rivers cannot quench. SHAKESPEARE. February 27 1677 Major Walderne had an encounter with hostile Indians at Penobscot, Me. If we are marked...
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