The enemies of the Republic—Royalists, Anabaptists, Levellers—were all busy in one quarter or another.
Repartee is perfect when it effects its purpose 30 with a double edge. May we not say that there is nothing in us, during this earthly prison, that is purely either corporeal or spiritual; and that we injuriously break up a man alive; and that it seems but reasonable that we should carry ourselves as favourably, at least, towards the use of pleasure as we do towards that of pain! Pain was (for example) vehement even to perfection in the souls of the saints by penitence: the body had there naturally a sham by the right of union, and yet might have but little part in the cause; and yet are they not contented that it should barely follow and assist the afflicted soul: they have afflicted itself with grievous and special torments, to the end that by emulation of one another the soul and body might plunge man into misery by so much more salutiferous as it is more severe. Manu forti—With a strong hand. The virtue of the primitive Christians, like that of the first Romans, was very frequently guarded by poverty and ignorance. ….
Now the curious thing is that these contradictory estimates occur in the same book, and only separated from one another by a few pages. Hence he and the provincial ardently longed to satisfy their desire of revenge. They appear always to seek either to glorify something or somebody, or to entertain and instruct their readers. It is, however, very difficult to guess what, or who, can have prompted the instructions issued to the Legate by the Pope on 26th and 28th May. I will lay a stone at your door, i.e., never forgive you.
But Monmouth had more than half betrayed the scheme to the king, and the progress of events in the City grew formidable. The modern Jerma is a small place a little north of the site of Garama. The impossibility of escaping from the hand of the oppressor. Whereto serves mercy, / But to confront the visage of offence? / And what’s in prayer, but this twofold force,—to be forestalled ere we come to fall, / Or pardon’d, being down? Then I’ll look up. Ham., iii. Patroclus followed up his victory and pursued the Trojans as far as the walls of their city, altogether forgetting in the excitement of battle the injunction of his friend Achilles.
iv., Visitation of Nottinghamshire, 1871; Roy. ‘Common Sense,’ again, will presently withdraw the Sind Horse from wretched malarious Jacobábád, aPg 74 prison with the chance of being drowned. The generals rewarded him with a wreath, which was the prize of the bravest; Socrates did not, however, take it, maintaining that it was given to Alcibiades. The troops were to invest the garrison and the gunboats to attack the fort at close quarters. In his absence he instituted the Spanish march, which extended from the Pyrenees to the River Ebro: Barcelona was the residence of the French governor: he possessed the counties of Rousillon and Catalonia; and the infant kingdoms of Navarre and Arragon were subject to his jurisdiction.
He was by nature as blunt and direct as Captain Murray was politic and suave. When he came level with the Foot Guards he noticed that about them and around them cannon balls were flying, of which he was aware not so much because he heard their sound as because he saw uneasiness on the soldiers’ faces and unnatural warlike solemnity on those of the officers. Many parishes, too, were not disposed to burden themselves with the imposition of the poor laws, which had been strengthened by various enactments since the 43rd of Elizabeth, and they therefore drove out of their boundaries the unemployed to seek work elsewhere. action charitable, and this, towards whatsoever doth proceed from God, be my present disposition, to be well pleased with it, it sufficeth. They had extinguished the German kingdom of Thuringia, and their vague dominion penetrated beyond the Rhine, into the heart of their native forests.
She loved and knew Prince Andrew, he loved her only, and was to come one of these days and take her. Italy, Rome, and the senate, constantly adhered to the cause of Gallienus, and he alone was considered as the sovereign of the empire. sociable. Our fancy, so long accustomed to exaggerate and multiply the martial swarms of Barbarians that seemed to issue from the North, will perhaps be surprised by the account of the army which Genseric mustered on the coast of Mauritania. There is a fourth argument, which seems to have no little weight, proceeding upon the supposition, that if the right of inflicting capital punishments were abolished, and princes were deprived of the power of the sword to protect their subjects against the violence of murderers and robbers, wickedness would triumphantly prevail, and the world would be deluged with crimes, which, even under the best established governments, are with so much difficulty45 prevented or restrained.
It was he who caused that famous observatory (the ruins of which may still be seen on the Dowlutabâd Pass) to be built for his Brahman astronomer. Far from thinking that the circumstances under which it was acquired needed apology, he appealed to them with pride as a testimony of the genuine Hellenic patriotism of that city which the Spartan congress now seemed disposed to run down as an enemy.139 He then dwelt upon the circumstances attending the Persian invasion, setting forth the superior forwardness and the unflinching endurance of Athens, in spite of ungenerous neglect from Sparta and the other Greeks,–the preponderance of her naval force in the entire armament,–the directing genius of her general Themistoklês, complimented even by Sparta herself,–and the title of Athens to rank on that memorable occasion as the principal saviour of Greece. Lise sighed too. One of the most animated pictures which can be found of the humours of canvassing is that drawn from life by William Cowper, at the time the poet’s mind was influenced to cheerfulness by the company of the lively Lady Austen, who, with the more gravely solicitous Mrs. As long as that enthusiasm prevailed, many of the nobles imprudently displayed their zeal in the cause of freedom; and after the successes of Probus had withdrawn their countenance from the republican party, the senators were unable to disguise their impotent resentment.
In this prosperous period, according to Herodotus (III., 39), it possessed a fleet of a hundred ships. It formerly divided Mæsia and Dacia, the latter of which, as we have already seen, was a conquest of Trajan, and the only province beyond the river. She pointed to a lady who was crossing the room followed by a very plain daughter.