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" All things are double, one against another. — Tit for tat ; an eye for an eye ; a tooth for a tooth ; blood for blood ; measure for measure ; love for love. — Give, and it shall be given you. — He that watereth shall be watered himself. — "What... "
Emerson's complete works [ed. by J.E. Cabot]. Riverside ed - Page 106
by Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1884
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The Univercœlum and Spiritual Philosopher, Volume 3, Issues 1-26

1848
...off that which he would not hare. All things arc double, one against another. Tit for tat, an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, blood for blood, measure...measure, love for love. Give, and it shall be given unto yon. He that watereth shall be watered himselt Who doth not work shall not eat. Curses always...
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Essays, Lectures and Orations

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1848 - 364 pages
...omnipresent as that of birds and flies. All things are double, one against another.—Tit for tat; an eye for an eye ; a tooth for a tooth ; blood for blood ; measure for measure ; love for love.—Give, and it shall be given you. —He that watereth shall be watered himself.—What will...
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Twelve Essays

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1849 - 261 pages
...as that of birds and flies. All things are double, one against another. — Tit for tat ; an eye for an eye ; a tooth for a tooth ; blood for blood ; measure...take it. — Nothing venture nothing have. — Thou shall be paid exactly for what thou hast done, no more, no less. — Who doth not work shall not eat....
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Essays

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1850 - 333 pages
...that of birds and flies. 7 All things are double, one against another. — Tit for tat ; an eye for an eye ; a tooth for a tooth ; blood for blood ; measure...love. — Give and it shall be given you. — He that waterelh shall be watered himself. — What will you have ? quoth God ; pay for it and take it. —...
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Essays, First Series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1850 - 333 pages
...as that of birds and flies. All things are double, one against another. — Tit for tat ; an eye for an eye ; a tooth for a tooth ; blood for blood ; measure for measure ; love for love. — Give and it shaH be given you. — He that watereth shall be watered himself. — What will you have ? quoth God...
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The Spirit Messenger: A Semi-monthly Magazine Devoted to Spiritual ..., Volume 1

1850
...off that which he would not have. All things are double, one against another. Tit for tat, an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, blood for blood, measure...measure, love for love. Give, and it shall be given unto you. He that watereth shall be watered himself. Who doth not work shall not eat. Curses always...
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Essays: First Series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1856 - 333 pages
...as that of birds and flies. All things are double, one against another. — Tit for tat ; an eye for an eye ; a tooth for a tooth ; blood for blood ; measure...take it. — Nothing venture, nothing have. — Thou shall be paid exactly for what thou hast done, no more, no less. — Who doth not work shall not eat....
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Essays: First Series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1852 - 333 pages
...that of birds and flies. 7 All things are double, one against another. — Tit for tat ; an eye for an eye ; a tooth for a tooth ; blood for blood ; measure...will you have ? quoth God ; pay for it and take it. — No{h- _ ing venture, nothing have^ — Thou shall be paid exactfy for what thou hast done, no more,...
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Ten Years of Preacher-life: Chapters from an Autobiography

William Henry Milburn - 1859 - 363 pages
...have their price, and he who is willing to pay the full worth of an article can generally have it. " "What will you have ? quoth God. Pay for it and take it," saith the proverb. I was a preacher for six years before I gained the power and habit of extempore...
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Ten Years of Preacher-life: Chapters from an Autobiography

William Henry Milburn - 1859 - 363 pages
...have their price, and he who is willing to pay the full worth of an article can generally have it. "What will you have ? quoth God. Pay for it and take it," saith the proverb. I was a preacher for six years before I gained the power and habit of extempore...
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