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" For he who fights and runs away May live to fight another day ; But he who is in battle slain Can never rise and fight again. "
The Modern Philosopher: Or Terrible Tractoration! In Four Cantos, Most ... - Page 216
by Thomas Green Fessenden - 1806 - 271 pages
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Sketches and characters of the most eminent and most singular persons now ...

Philip Thicknesse - Great Britain - 1770 - 160 pages
...a. particular time, when every man thought it be/I, to look to himfelf. i Of G 1 Nobody. " r PHE Man who fights, and runs away, May live to fight another day. And he, who well maintains his ground, In thefe Jharp tines ! be guilty fountl, Judges are upright, oft...
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An Apology for the Life of George Anne Bellamy: Late of Covent-Garden ...

George Anne Bellamy - 1785 - 244 pages
...You, however, abound with worldly wifdom, though you are not learned; and think with Ralph, that " He who fights and runs away, " May live to fight another day. " But he that is in battle flain, " Will never rife to fight again." Cowardice is the concomitant of...
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An Apology for the Life of George Anne Bellamy, Late of Covent ..., Volume 4

George Anne Bellamy - Actors - 1786 - 262 pages
...You, however, abound with worldly luifdom, though you are not learned', and think with Ralph, that " He who fights and runs away, " May live to fight another day. " But he that is in battle (lain, \Yill never rife to fight again." Cowardice Cowardice is the concomitant...
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The Attic Nights of Aulus Gellius, Volume 3

Aulus Gellius - Civilization, Greco-Roman - 1795 - 466 pages
...when Tie ivas reproached for this difgraceful rtig'htj he replied in the following well-known ver'fe: He who fights and runs away, May live to fight another day. Philip after this is flain by a confpiracy, and Alexander, fucceeding to the government, paffed over...
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The Port Folio

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1817 - 554 pages
...himself. Somewhat sobered by these threats, Petruchio bethought himself of t.he advice of Hudibras — " He who fights and runs away, May live to fight another day." So, heedless of the strangeness of his dress, he instantly slipt down the back stairs, and sought refuge...
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Terrible Tractoration!!: A Poetical Petition Against Galvanising Trumpery ...

Thomas Green Fessenden - Electrotherapeutics - 1804 - 242 pages
...fighting (which chance did not exist in this case, for Rowland was preparing himself to give Learherhead a most terrible threshing, had he not yielded) still,...Perkinism in a more cautious but not less decisive manner. ro- Prepare the batteries of thy Journal. Here I can, with certainty, calculate on the most powerful...
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The revolutionary Plutarch: exhibiting the most distinguished characters in ...

Stewarton - 1805 - 478 pages
...French General, BOYEK." " Chesterfield, Jan. 7, 1804. " The Right Hn, Lord Eardley," ADMIRAL LINOIS. He who fights and runs away, May live to fight another day. THE impolitic and selfish conduct of most of the Continental Princes, has done as much to advance the...
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The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ..., Volume 39

English literature - 1808 - 694 pages
...This stratagem t' amuse my foes, To nuke an hon'rable retreat, Aivl wave a total sure defeat : For he who fights and runs away May live to fight another day, But he who is in battle slain Cau never rise to fight again.'* I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, RP...
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The Chronicles of Enguerrand de Monstrelet: Containing an Account of the ...

Enguerrand de Monstrelet - France - 1810 - 504 pages
...of other captains, and english gentlemen bearing Coats of arms. Conformably to the old proverb, of 'He who fights and runs away, may live to fight another day/ did those act who fled and left their companions to bear the brunt of the battle* namely, Matago, sir...
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Miscellanies Selected from the Public Journals, Volume 2

Joseph Tinker Buckingham - American literature - 1824 - 264 pages
...and he meets no praise, no support, no recompense. , XIX. IMPORTANT DUEL. [Gazette. Washington.] / " He who fights and runs away, " May live to fight another day." THE attention of the good people of this metropolis, has been considerably excited by an " aflair of...
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