He thus, too, approached near to Mount Taurus, which separated him from Kilikia; and he here sent the Kilikian princess, together with Menon and his division, over the mountain, by a pass shorter and more direct, but seemingly little frequented, and too difficult for the whole army; in order that they might thus get straight into Kilikia, in the rear of Syennesis, who was occupying the regular pass more to the northward.
G.).— My Garden Wild, and What I Grew There. The news of the defeat of Mackay caused consternation throughout the Lowlands, and even in London, whither it was carried by couriers charged with earnest appeals to the king to hasten forces on to Scotland, to protect the people from the torrents of victorious barbarians from the mountains, who were with terror expected to devastate the whole country. 5 This call-note, which to many ears sounds like “pink” or “spink,” not only gives the bird a name in many parts of Britain, but is also obviously the origin of the German Fink and the English Finch. She cried me down, and made complaints to everybody. She turned away and gave her hand to the count, who could hardly keep from laughing.
A thrill passes through all men at the reception of a new truth, or at the performance of a great action, which comes out of the heart of nature…. “This answer was reported, and appeared a just one. I told him one day a little boldly, as I used to do, that he would do better to give us younger folk room, and to leave his principal house (for he had but that well placed and furnished) to his son, and himself retire to an estate he had hard by, where nobody would trouble his repose, seeing he could not otherwise avoid being importuned by us, the condition of his children considered. “I don’t understand what is meant by ‘a skillful commander,’” replied Prince Andrew ironically. The rebel position was impregnable against any force that could be brought against its front.
iv, 3, 21–condemns the expression ??? ????u??? as spurious and unintelligible. Our wills and fates do so contrary run, / That our devices still are overthrown; / Our thoughts are ours, their ends none of our own. Ham., iii. Pythagoras of Samos, a philosopher, scientist, and moralist of the 6th century B.C. The Assyrians reigned over the East, 1 till the sceptre of Ninus and Semiramis dropped from the hands of their enervated successors. The instant he had done this, all Rostóv’s animation vanished.
He that filches from me my good name / Robs 15 me of that which not enriches him, / And makes me poor indeed. Othello, iii. Scholes, Fiji and the Friendly Islands (London, 1882); Princes Albert Victor and George of Wales, Cruise of H. I almost equally hate a stupid and slothful laziness, as I do a toilsome and painful employment; this pinches, the other lays me asleep. To-morrow it will leave nothing for him to do, but as soon as he can he should get all his teams and spare artillery on the road or roads which he will have to take. Herevpon manie that were with him, cursing this his demeanour, prepared to yeeld themselues to the lords.
Alger had been a gallant soldier in the Civil War, and was almost the only member of the Administration who felt all along that we would have to go to war with Spain over Cuba. Thus, on the other hand, this is destitute of thought and independent, an infinite number of homoeomeriæ, i.e. an infinite amount of a sensuous implicit existence, which now, however, is sensuous Being; for existent Being is an accumulation of homoeomeriæ. Reckless youth makes ruefu’ age. Sc.