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" one man may steal a horse, while another may not look over a hedge"; and why? "
Among the Welsh Hills - Seite 268
von M. C. Halifax - 1883 - 297 Seiten
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Band 70

1844
...not admitted as regular practitioners in the courts of legal trickery ? If we want proof of the adage that one man may steal a horse while another may not look over the hedge, we shall find it in comparing the recognised frauds of customs with the much vituperated Customs' frauds....
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Don Juan Manuel. Mendoza. Mateo Aleman. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

Thomas Roscoe - 1832
...about to permit it; but I suppose that they will not see what is not convenient, as the proverb says, ' One man may steal a horse, while another may not look over the hedge.' For my part, I am of opinion, as the proverb says, ' That every little makes mickle,' and therefore,...
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Don Juan Manuel. Mendoza. Mateo Aleman. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

1832
...to permit it ; but I suppose that they will not see what is not convenient, as the proverb says, ' One man may steal a horse, while another may not look over the hedge.' For my part, I am of opinion, as the proverb says, ' That every little makes mickle,' and therefore,...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Band 10

1836
...before, as to this important matter. MEETING AT EXETER HALL. THERE is a very vulgar proverb, which says, that "one man may steal a horse, while another may not look over the stable door." So it is certainly in church matters. During the Hampden controversy, some person at...
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The Stage, Band 1

Alfred Bunn - 1840
...of the public been commensurate with the spirit that catered for their amusement. The trite proverb, that " One man may steal a " horse while another may not look over the hedge," has been seldom more fully exemplified than in the circumstance I am about to mention. I have been...
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The Stage: Both Before and Behind the Curtain: From "observations ..., Band 1

Alfred Bunn - 1840
...of the public been commensurate with the spirit that catered for their amusement. The trite proverb, that " One man may steal a " horse while another may not look over the hedge," has been seldom more fully exemplified than in the circumstance I am about to mention. I have been...
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The Stage: Both Before and Behind the Curtain, from "observations ..., Band 1

Alfred Bunn - 1840
...of the public been commensurate with the spirit that catered for their amusement. The trite proverb, that " One man may steal a horse while another may not look over the hedge," has been seldom more fully exemplified than in the circumstance I am about to mention. I have been...
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Indigestion curable; a treatise on derangement of the liver and digestive organs

Howard Styles - 1849 - 66 Seiten
...with daily ? How much more will some men require to intoxicate them than others ? The proverb of " One man may steal a horse while another may not look over the stable door,'' is particularly applicable to the stomachs of different men. How, then, is it possible...
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The Roman Catholic Question: A Copious Series of Important Documents, of ...

1851 - 4 Seiten
...one of them. Is sauce for the goose sauce for the gander? or are we to live on, verifying the adage, that one man may steal a horse, while another may not look over the hedge ? Ireland has, without objection, been territorially divided into Catholic archiepiscopal and episcopal...
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Undercurrents overlooked, by the author of Flemish interiors, Band 1

Julia Clara Byrne - 1860
...produced, the latter will have every reason to consider themselves injured illustrations of the old proverb that ' one man may steal a horse while another may not look over a hedge :' for at any rate they did pay that outward respect to virtue which consists in concealment...
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