Nimius in veritate, et similitudinis quam pulchritudinis 20 amantior—Too fastidious as regards truth, and with a greater liking for exactness than beauty.
The external form of this class of preparations varies of course with the public for which it is intended. The ostentation of displaying, of magnifying, perhaps, the rent-roll of the estates which they possess in all the provinces, from the rising to the setting sun, provokes the just resentment of every man, who recollects, that their poor and invincible ancestors were not distinguished from the meanest of the soldiers, by the delicacy of their food, or the splendor of their apparel. The practice of architecture is directed by a few general and even mechanical rules. We were just in time to catch our old friends the Von Puthons, who were transferred to Linz. Be more abstemious, / Or else good night your vow. Tempest, iv.
Urteile wenig, frage viel—Take note of what you see, give heed to what you hear, and be silent. And first of all Sir Satyrane came forth holding in his hand the great spear which he was wont to wield; no man in those days bore one greater, or, indeed, so great. Let Italy be satisfied with her Unity and Freedom and Progress, and Prussia repose upon her Bismarck, and France keep quiet and look after her health. The nose is large and finely formed, and the slightly-opened lips impart an air of sympathetic kindliness which invites confidence. They wore no tunic after their twelfth year, but received one garment for all the year round.
Making their way up from a position among the nobility to be the rulers of the land, and finally to supplant the kings, the Carolingians had especial need of resources from which to purchase and reward faithful support. Next, bolts for the doors of the new building were wanted and had to be of a special shape the prince had himself designed, and a leather case had to be ordered to keep the “will” in. Initium est salutis, notitia peccati—The first step in a man’s salvation is knowledge of his sin. Bertot and Madame de C. But there is an old town; and, though the old town be not of surpassing interest, it is as dingy, crooked, intricate, and dark as other old towns in Germany.
Thus bitterly did the father bewail the loss of his son, and Clinias vied with him in the expression of his grief, breaking forth into soliloquy. “They received me and my news as one receives a dog in a game of skittles,” said he in conclusion. The souldiers being well bent to fight in his defense, besought him to be of good chéere, promising with an oth to stand with him against the duke, and all his partakers vnto death: but this could not incourage him at all, so that in the night next insuing, he stole from his armie, and with the dukes of Excester and Surrie, the bishop of Carleill, and sir Stephan Scroope, and about halfe a score others, he got him to the castell of Conwaie, where he found the earle of Salisburie, determining there to hold himselfe, till he might sée the world at some better staie; for what counsell to take to remedie the mischéefe thus pressing vpon him he wist not. Then she threw her arms round the necks of the two lads as they knelt before her, crying, “Oh, my sweet boys, now I seem to live again, so joyful a thing is it to see you! Surely the sun shines brighter than its wont, thanks to your coming and to the presence of this noble knight.” Then turning to Prince Arthur she said: “Noble sir, who have taken all this trouble to help a miserable woman, may heaven reward you for your goodness. On the 21st of July we had a very merry family party for my father’s eighty-sixth birthday.
General Gaines was next in rank, but he was too old and feeble to take the field. Robert Garrett, President of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Ratio et auctoritas, duo clarissima mundi lumina—Reason and authority, the two brightest luminaries of the world. In their annals of conquest, the siege of Alexandria is perhaps the most arduous and important enterprise. Preserve his army, put a bow of brass in the hands of those who have armed themselves in Thy Name, and gird their loins with strength for the fight.
Also there were arms and armour for seventy thousand men, which had been stored up there for a long time, and Dionysius also had two thousand soldiers, all of whom he handed over to Timoleon with the rest of the fortress, and then, with his money and a few of his friends, he put to sea, and passed unnoticed through Hiketes’s cruisers. When we submitted to Colombia the Hay-Herran Treaty, it had been settled that the time for delay, the time for permitting any government of anti-social character, or of imperfect development, to bar the work, had passed. XXVI. Simultaneously with his victory and the flight of the enemy he obtained command of the harbour of Samos, and besieged the Samians in their city.