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" runs away may fight again. He that fights and runs away May live to fight another day ; But he who is in battle slain Can never rise to fight again. "
Classical and Foreign Quotations,law Terms and Maxims,proverbs,mottoes ... - Page 32
by William Francis Henry King - 1887 - 608 pages
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A Journey Round the Library of a Bibliomaniac: Or, Cento of Notes and ...

William Davis - Bibliomania - 1821 - 776 pages
...Part, ditto, 1663.—Third and Last Part, 8vo. 1678. the often contested passage, usually quoted— " He that fights and runs away, " May live to fight another day; " But, he that is in battle slain, " Can never turn to fight again," which one declared to be silver and the...
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A journey round the library of a bibliomaniac

William Davis (bibliographer.) - Rare books - 1821 - 112 pages
...Part, ditto, 1663.— Third and Last Part, 8vo. 1678. iThe often contested passage, usually quoted— " He that fights and runs away, " May live to fight another day ; " But, he that is in battle slain, " Can never turn to fight again," •which one declared to be silver and the...
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A Journey Round the Library of a Bibliomaniac: Or, Cento of Notes and ...

William Davis (bibliographer.) - Curiosa - 1821 - 234 pages
...Part, ditto, 1663.—Third and Last Part, 8co. 1678. -The often contested passage, usually quoted— " He that fights and runs away, " May live to fight another day; " But, he that is in battle slain, " Cau never turn to fight again," which one declared to be silver and the...
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The Inspector, Literary Magazine and Review, Volume 2

English literature - 1827 - 574 pages
...they are supposed to be taken. Every one has heard, seen, and perhaps quoted the famous lines— " He that fights and runs away, May live to fight another day; But he that fights until he's slain, Will never live to fight again." These were long attributed to Butler,...
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Lord Byron's Cain, a mystery: with notes; wherein the religion of the Bible ...

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.), Harding Grant - 1830 - 654 pages
...heptarchy, Lucifer's distinction may, perhaps, be allowed; because, as we are credibly informed, " He that fights and runs away, May live to fight another day." And the contest may therefore be interminable, or much prolonged; and one of such equal parties meanwhile...
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Narrative of a Journey Overland from England, by the Continent of ..., Volume 2

Anne Katharine Curteis Elwood - India - 1830 - 514 pages
...butted, and made a show of resistance, as we advanced; however, like other bullies, considering that " He that fights and runs away, May live to fight another day," they did not await our arrival, but, heigh presto ! off they bounded to their native wildnesses in...
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Lord Byron's Cain: A Mystery ; with Notes ; Wherein the Religion of the ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Harding Grant - Religious literature - 1830 - 466 pages
...heptarchy, Lucifer's distinction may, perhaps, be allowed; because, as we are credibly informed, " He that fights and runs away, May live to fight another day." And the contest may therefore be interminable, or much prolonged; and one of such equal parties meanwhile...
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The electors' scrap book: a re-publ. of the addresses and speeches of the ...

1832 - 96 pages
...your enterprise—I cannot say, " in glory ?" In the language of Hudibras, you may remember, " He who fights and runs away, " May live to fight another day ; " But he who's in the battle slain, " Will never rise to fight again." In one of your late addresses, you say,...
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The London Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 48

Medicine - 1822 - 586 pages
...residence among the diseased. This conduct, on the part of the Doctor, might be very prudent; for, He that fights, and runs away, May live to fight another day : but the fact is not very creditable to him, whatever explanation of it may hereafter be given ; and it...
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The London Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 48

Medicine - 1822 - 580 pages
...extended residence among the diseased. Tim conduct, on the part of the Doctor, might be very prudent; for, He that fights, and runs away, May live to fight another day : but the fact is not very creditable to him, whatever explanation of it may hereafter be given ; and it...
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