Bonnie feathers mak’ bonnie fowls. Sc.

And Plato, together with temperance and fortitude, requires beauty in the conservators of his republic. C’est peu que de courir; il faut partir à point—It 10 is not enough to run, one must set out in time. Round the world, but never in it. Pr. This was the commencement of the gift of discerning spirits, which I afterward received more fully. The populousness of that great capital cannot perhaps be exactly ascertained; but the most modest calculation will not surely reduce it lower than a million of inhabitants, of whom the Christians might constitute at the most a twentieth part.

To wilful men / The injuries that they themselves procure / Must be their schoolmasters. King Lear, ii. The art of physic is not so fixed, that we need be without authority for whatever we do; it changes according to climates and moons, according to Fernel and to Scaliger.—[Physicians to Henry II.]—If your physician does not think it good for you to sleep, to drink wine, or to eat such and such meats, never trouble yourself; I will find you another that shall not be of his opinion; the diversity of medical arguments and opinions embraces all sorts and forms. I was intimately acquainted with the situation in New York. Constans et fidelitate—Constant and with faithfulness. “Shalls” and “wills.” Never trust a Scotch man or woman who does not come to grief among them. J.

It may be no unsalutary lesson to the Christian world, that this silent, this unavoidable, perhaps, yet fatal change shall have been drawn by an impartial, or even an hostile hand. Kannst du nicht der Welt entsagen, / Winkt das Glück dir nimmer zu—If thou canst not renounce the world, the genius of happiness never salutes thee. “I was there,” said Pierre.

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