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Die Dornen, die Disteln, sie stechen gar sehr, 5 doch stechen die Altjungfernzungen noch mehr—Thorns and thistles prick very sore, but old maids’ tongues sting much more. There is no gambling like politics…. No well nurtured youth, on seeing the statue of Jupiter Olympius at Pisa, wishes that he were a Pheidias, or that he were a Polykleitus on seeing the statue of Juno at Argos, nor yet while he takes pleasure in poetry, does he wish that he were an Anakreon, a Philetas, or an Archilochus; for it does not necessarily follow that we esteem the workman because we are pleased with the work. A.).—Diamond Cut Diamond, and other Stories. I love temperate and moderate natures.

On account of its being the place of his birth, the whole island of Delos was consecrated to Apollo, where he was worshipped with great solemnity; the greatest care was taken to preserve the sanctity of the spot, for which reason no one was suffered to be buried there. Natásha came running to her mother, quite excited. The virtues and the reputation of the new emperors justified the most sanguine hopes of the Romans. His first wife was Maria Anna (d. “Sindbad the Sailor and the Old Man of the Sea!” (vide fifth voyage, June 8, 1833) was published after the dissolution.

The cavalry, on entering a merchant’s house that had been abandoned and finding there stabling more than sufficient for their horses, went on, all the same, to the next house which seemed to them better. Logan felt very much aggrieved at the transfer of General Howard from that portion of the Army of the Potomac which was then with the Western Army, to the command of the Army of the Tennessee, with which army General Logan had served from the battle of Belmont to the fall of Atlanta—having passed successively through all grades from colonel commanding a regiment to general commanding a brigade, division and army corps, until upon the death of McPherson the command of the entire Army of the Tennessee devolved upon him in the midst of a hotly contested battle. Then afterwards, he sent earles and barons a great manie to the same end, then his two vncles, last of all went the king himselfe to meet him, and saluting him called him by the name of The most worthie warrior of all christendome, the inuincible woorthinesse of the king onelie excepted. Ad astra per ardua—To the stars by steep paths. “To this end they made it their business to excel all their Predecessors in the greatness of their Works: For near the Lake of Myris in Lybia, they built a Four-square Monument of Polish’d Marble, every square a Furlong in length, for curious Carvings and other pieces of Art, not to be equall’d by any that should come after them.

The incorporeal rights too, belonging to one state, may pass to another by the rights of conquest. They would doubtless have acted precisely as they acted as regards the acquisition of the Panama Canal Zone in 1903, and the stoppage of the panic of 1907 by my action in the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company matter. The dress was too long. Kartenspiel ist des Teufels Gebetsbuch—A pack of cards is the devil’s prayer-book. Dionysus was the son of Zeus and Semele, and was snatched by Zeus from the devouring flames in which his mother perished, when he appeared to her in all the splendour of his divine glory.

The Canary (Serinus canarius) is indigenous to the islands whence it takes its name, as well, apparently, as to the neighbouring groups of the Madeiras and Azores, in all of which it abounds. Kriegs bis zur Schlacht von Mantineia, p. In the passage Denísov, with a pipe, was squatting on the threshold facing the quartermaster who was reporting to him. The poor wretches whom we see brought upon the scaffold, full of ardent devotion, and therein, as much as in them lies, employing all their senses, their ears in hearing the instructions given them, their eyes and hands lifted up towards heaven, their voices in loud prayers, with a vehement and continual emotion, do doubtless things very commendable and proper for such a necessity: we ought to commend them for their devotion, but not properly for their constancy; they shun the encounter, they divert their thoughts from the consideration of death, as children are amused with some toy or other when the surgeon is going to give them a prick with his lancet. Yet he was sworn, through the agency of a Mr.

The shadowed livery of the burnished sun. 20 Mer. If it be struck only at one end of a room, it will soon fall to the floor. When he had finished that business it was already too late to go anywhere but still too early to go to bed, and for a long time he paced up and down the room, reflecting on his life, a thing he rarely did. This reflection,–which Aristotle intimates that he has borrowed from some one else, though without saying from whom,–must in all probability have been founded upon the case of Lysander; for never after Lysander, was there any Lacedæmonian admiral enjoying a power which could by possibility be termed exorbitant or dangerous. Thus perished the citizen to whom, more than to any one else, Athens owed not only her renovated democracy, but its wise, generous, and harmonious working, after renovation.

Whenever a man talks loudly against religion, always suspect that it is not his reason, but his passions, which have got the better of his creed.