Facile est imperium in bonis—It is easy to rule over the good.
“Mother Moscow, the white…” his voice faltered, and he gave way to an old man’s sob. 4266 Hesepti (Semti).—Fifth king. / Sie haben noch auf dich gezählt—The upper powers need many a good man for their service on this wide earth. Orl. What messenger hath Ate sent abroad With idle looks to listen my laments?— Sirrah, who wrongèd happy nature so, To spoil these trees with this Angelica?— Yet in her name, Orlando, they are blest. Shep. I am a shepherd-swain, thou wandering knight, That watch my flocks, not one that follow love. Orl. As follow love! why darest thou dispraise my heaven, Or once disgrace or prejudice her name? Is not Angelica the queen of love, Deck’d with the compound wreath of Adon’s flowers? She is. The sculptor must be intimately versed both in the surface aspects and the inner mechanism of the human frame alike in rest and motion, and in the rules and conditions for its representation in solid form; the painter in a much more extended range of natural facts and appearances, and the rules and conditions for representing them on a plane surface; the poet’s art of words has its own not inconsiderable basis of positive and disciplined acquisition.
With us, now twenty years after the close of the most stupendous war ever known, we have writers—who profess devotion to the nation—engaged in trying to prove that the Union forces were not victorious; practically, they say, we were slashed around from Donelson to Vicksburg and to Chattanooga; and in the East from Gettysburg to Appomattox, when the physical rebellion gave out from sheer exhaustion. He raised his siege of Lavinium, marched straight upon Rome, and pitched his camp five miles from the city, at the place called Fossae Cluiliae. With a pale and frowning face Dron stepped out of the crowd. [p. “And suppose they outdo my Mílka at once!” he thought as he rode with “Uncle” and Ilágin toward the hare.
Valera’s verses, falling short as they do of inspired perfection, are wrought with curious delicacy of technique. The more ancient of the Greeks acted upon the same principle. nor in any proper temper or distemper of the natural constitution of thy body, which is but as it were the coat or cottage of thy soul. Je m’en vais chercher un grand peut-être; tirez le rideau, la farce est jouée—I am going in quest of a great perhaps; let the curtain drop, the farce is played out. The character of the whole court was very high for intelligence and standing.
But it is just as fixed a law of nature that every nation should look with reverence upon some elder civilisation. We make, methinks, a mistake in that we do not enough trust Heaven with our affairs, and pretend to more from our own conduct than appertains to us; and therefore it is that our designs so often miscarry. “And here’s the commander,” said Likhachëv. Whilst these confused changes were taking place—eddies in the national affairs, but neither progress nor honour, Parliament having no power to restrain the army, nor the army any one man of a genius capable of controlling the rest,—there was at least one commander who was silently and reservedly watching the course of events, resolved to go with the strongest side, if such a side could be found. Haldane arrived and was received as an Imperial guest.
Kindness of heart, when it meets with a due return, increases, but when slighted, it soon changes into angry feelings; and then the desire of taking vengeance is proportioned to the previous willingness of doing good.” Leaving Leucippe for a time, we will now speak of some of the other characters in this tale. Der Mensch liebt nur einmal—Man loves only once. Ruth had hastened from Limerick with an army superior in numbers to that of Ginkell. (1751), which, among its other merits, was not ineffectual in helping on the famous Gin Act of that year, a practical result to which the “Gin Lane” and “Beer Street” of his friend Hogarth also materially contributed. As for the fear of an impending war[p.
The Feciales are, as it were, guardians of peace, and in my opinion obtain their name from their office; for they were to act as mediators, and not to permit an appeal to arms before all hope of obtaining justice by fair means had been lost. There are certain times in our life when we find ourselves in circumstances, that not only press upon us, but seem to weigh us down altogether. Laughter is akin to weeping, and true humour is as closely allied to pity as it is abhorrent to derision. H. The new capital of the Eastern world, unable to produce any ancient and domestic trophies, was enriched by the spoils of dependent provinces. As in the origin of the Egyptian script the earliest writers had begun by drawing on stone or clay the outline of the object of which they desired to convey the idea.
And thus at Cairo there is always to be found a considerable population of French, Americans, and of English. The inscriptions with which Hatshepsitu decorated her chapel relate how, on that fateful night, Amen descended upon Aahmes in a flood of perfume and light. 32 The life and freedom of Maximian were, however, respected, and he retired from Italy into Illyricum, affecting to lament his past conduct, and secretly contriving new mischiefs.