But the behavior of the French toward Switzerland raises all the indignation of the right honorable gentleman, and inflames his eloquence.
I think there is no sufficient ground for this affair, or for blood to be shed over it…. who happened to be in town, and the Lord Mayor and aldermen, with fifty other citizens of London, at St. And if it had no beginning, it can have no end; for a beginning that is put an end to will neither be renewed by any other cause, nor will it produce anything else of itself. No doubt but Greek and Latin are very great ornaments, and of very great use, but we buy them too dear. The queen therefore wrote to him, informing him that as there was a serious charge made against him by the Commissioners of Accounts, she thought it best to dismiss him from all his employments in order that the matter might be impartially investigated.
Omnia subjecisti sub pedibus, oves et boves—Thou hast placed all things beneath our feet, both sheep and oxen. of Ven., iv. In fact, the money which should have repaired the ships and paid the officers and men had gone the way of all Charles’s money. Theagenes on his part appeared suddenly like one under supernatural impulse, for springing forwards, as far as his fetters would permit him, he exclaimed—-“The gods be gracious to us! recollection makes me also a poet; I had, myself, a like vision. When he was allowed to return to England is uncertain, but in 1660 he was one of the commissioners for the trial of the regicides, though he does not appear to have taken much part in the proceedings.
The confidence which the events of the last few months had infused into these leaders, now for the first time acting against their old leader Sparta, is surprising. But this apparent liberality was only the necessary step to the completion of his vengeance, for the declaration left to Parliament such exceptions as it thought proper; and in the present complying mood of Parliament, these exceptions would be just as numerous as the Court required. But certain precautions are necessary to prevent us from being carried away by an opinion that civil customs, though founded upon just reasons, and received among many nations, are to be reckoned as a part of the law of nature. Caprivi declared that, out of consideration for Austria, he was unable to renew it, since the threat against Austria contained therein, when it became known in Vienna—as it almost unavoidably would—was such as to lead to very disagreeable consequences. “Oh, Papa! how nice you look! Charming!” cried Natásha, as she stood in the middle of the room smoothing out the folds of the gauze.
Xenocrates, his fellow-pupil, does not appear much wiser on this head, for in his books concerning the nature of the Gods no divine form is described; but he says the number of them is eight. His face again resumed its former stiff and cold expression. Difficilem oportet aurem habere ad crimina—One should be slow in listening to criminal accusations. Judges ought to be more learned than witty, more reverent than plausible, and more advised than confident. It affords no enjoyment to the lover, but is like the cup of Tantalus, while one is drinking the liquid disappears; and even the little which has been swallowed is unsatisfying.
Plutarch’s charge of ????? ?????? has thus no foundation. He turned round to do so, and found that Susan was gone. William was confident in his army, and declared that he was not come to Ireland to let the grass grow under his feet. He sounded the depths, and at last we seemed to get hold of something, at which all the men pulled and hoisted up a tree. Credulities, Past and Present; including the Sea and Seamen, Miners, Talismans, Word and Letter Divination, Exorcising and Blessing of Animals, Birds, Eggs, Luck, &c.