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" We resolve to have nothing more to do with it ; for "there is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue," and we conceive that point to be thirty-two degrees above zero 4 at the very least. "
The Knickerbocker: Or, New York Monthly Magazine - Página 20
1855
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A Few Lectures on Natural Law

Henry St. George Tucker - 1844 - 128 páginas
...and sagacious statesmen of the north, are well aware of these deep stakes. They know full well that there is a point beyond which, forbearance ceases to be a virtue, and that when that point is transcended, the union will be but a rope of sand. The cool and reflecting...
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A Full Report, Embracing All the Evidence and Arguments in the Case of the ...

1846 - 91 páginas
...broad, and durable. There is no one who respects more highly than I do, the laws of my country ; but there is a point beyond which " forbearance ceases to be a virtue," and whenever that point is reached, there are but few men who would not risk the consequences, as the prisoner...
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Christian Non-resistance, in All Its Important Bearings: Illustrated and ...

Adin Ballou - 1846 - 240 páginas
...Imperfect religion, worldly minded philosophy, and vindictive selfishness had concurrently declared H^" " there is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue." He swept away this heartless delusion with a divine breath, and sublimely taught obedient and everlasting...
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Journal

Vermont gen. assembly, senate - 1846
...forth accompanied with the intimation that Vermont begins to feel, in relation to this subject, that " there is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue?" That this ground of unyielding opposition is the ground which right and'fustice and the honor of the...
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The Works of the Right Rev. John England: First Bishop of Charleston ...

John England - 1849
...sealed their devotion by their best blood, and they will defend them. They are patient and enduring, but there is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue. They are protected by the American Eagle ; anil let it be remembered by the insulters of our country's...
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American Medical Monthly, Volúmenes1-2

1854
...are unscrupulous, uncandid, and unphilosophical. It has been frequently and well said, however, that there is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue. If this be true where only personal interests are at stake, how much more forcible the verity of the...
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Speech on [i.e. Of] Hon. Wm. Barksdale, of Mississippi, on the Presidential ...

William Barksdale - 1856 - 24 páginas
...representative of a hundred thousand freemen upon this floor, that we submit to no further aggressions upon us, "there is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue," and that for the future " we tread no steps backwards." We are done, gentlemen, with compromises. All that...
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The Hidden Path

Marion Harland - 1856 - 434 páginas
...value," he said. K Does it dwell within your bosom at this moment ?" he inquired, m sorrowful reproof. " 'There is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue,' is a maxim I have heard you quote," retorted she, irritated at his continued deceit. " I realize its...
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The American Merchant, Volúmenes1-2

1858
...its only point to be cut off smooth, without writhing under the infliction. It has been said that " there is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue ;" and we think we have seen it. In the article on " Letter Vf riling," in the There is certainly an opportunity...
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Stanley: Or, Playing for Amusement and Betting to Count the Game: Scenes in ...

Demosthenes Walker - 1860 - 320 páginas
...knighthood to break a lance in its defence, and turning to Mrs. St. Cloud, said : " My dear madam, there is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue. You are certainly overstepping the bounds accorded by honorable men to your sex." The Newfoundland...
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