‘Tis an ill custom and unmanly that the gentlemen of our time have got, not to put on arms but just upon the point of the most extreme necessity, and to lay them by again, so soon as ever there is any show of the danger being over; hence many disorders arise; for every one bustling and running to his arms just when he should go to charge, has his cuirass to buckle on when his companions are already put to rout.
This was the favourable moment to seize the prophet, who, in order to avoid importunities, would change himself into an infinite variety of forms. But those who are snatched quite away return no more. Next fall, as the elections drew near, Joe thought he would like to make a drive at Jake Hess, and after considerable planning decided that his best chance lay in the fight for the nomination to the Assembly, the lower house of the Legislature. Richly-dressed native pages, stationed at the back ofPg 176 each guest, waved to and fro perfumed punkahs of peacock and ostrich feathers. “It has begun! Here it is, dreadful but enjoyable!” was what the face of each soldier and each officer seemed to say.
It is bad to boast, but I will make this boast. Close to Merced are situated some of the new promising colonies which are making raisin-growing one of their specialties, and in whatever direction we look we see signs of such new enterprises, all young, of course, as irrigation has only lately been brought in here, where no dense settlements could exist without it. Eros is represented as a lovely boy, with rounded limbs, and a merry, roguish expression. The artist evidently found this topic remunerative, for in 1819 he produced a smaller version of “An Election Ball”—a similar subject, with the arrangement of the room reversed; a country dance is proceeding with “hands 332 across;” the clumsy master of the ceremonies, who is pigeon-toed, stands viewing the scene with evident gratification. Moment by moment the event is imperceptibly shaping itself, and at every moment of this continuous, uninterrupted shaping of events the commander in chief is in the midst of a most complex play of intrigues, worries, contingencies, authorities, projects, counsels, threats, and deceptions and is continually obliged to reply to innumerable questions addressed to him, which constantly conflict with one another.
Qualem commendes etiam atque etiam aspice, ne mox / Incutiant aliena tibi peccata pudorem—Study carefully the character of him you recommend, lest his misdeeds bring you shame. One of the first military dignities was conferred on the satrap Otas, a man of singular temperance and fortitude, who presented to the king his sister and a considerable treasure, both of which, in a sequestered fortress, Otas had preserved from violation. II. He is agreed by all to have been a child of vigorous impulses, naturally clever, and inclined to take an interest in important affairs and questions of statesmanship. After the crowne was blessed, the archbishop set it on his head, saieng, Coronet te Deus, &c. In the days immediately preceding the battle of Chickamauga, Halleck had urged reinforcements forward toward Rosecrans from all parts of the West.
nule maniere“), especially ll. 16947-8, where this same “hindermost gate” is specially distinguished as cele qui le fleel porte, tally so closely278 with Roger’s words about the flagellum and its effects that we cannot separate the two incidents. “Hâjî Abdû then proceeds to show that Faith is an accident of birth. “What, to Petersburg? What is Petersburg? Who is there in Petersburg?” he asked involuntarily, though only to himself. In November, 1635, at the instance of Sir John Finch, the following extra-judicial opinion was delivered Extra-judicial opinions by the judges:—”I am of the opinion that, as when the benefit doth more particularly redound to the ports or maritime parts, as in case of piracy or depredations upon the seas, that the charge hath been, and may be lawfully imposed upon them according to precedents of former times; so when the good and safety of the kingdom in general is concerned, and the whole kingdom in danger (of which his Majesty is the only judge), then the charge of the defence ought to be borne by all the realm in general. On ne méprise pas tous ceux qui ont des vices, mais on méprise tous ceux qui n’ont aucune vertu—We do not despise all those who have vices, but we despise all those who have no virtue.
Five-and-twenty English and Dutch ships of the line of lesser size, with their frigates, fire-ships, and ketches, now prepared to make the attempt to force the boom and burn the fleet, and the Duke of Ormond prepared the way by landing two thousand eight hundred men six miles from Vigo, and marching on the harbour, where he attacked and carried a strong fort and a platform of forty pieces of cannon at its mouth. The spirit of his soldiers was revived by this seasonable reenforcement; and they again marched, with confidence, to surprise the camp of a tyrant, whose principal officers appeared to distrust, either the justice or the success of his arms. He then proceeded to Prevesa, where the begs kissed his hand and congratulated him. Miss Grogram seemed to be for a moment silenced. Gardez—Keep it.
It’s a fine place! Why are you not eating anything, gentlemen?” Nesvítski was saying. Isa blushed ever so faintly as she commenced her answer. The remaining nine cohorts consisted each of five hundred and fifty-five; and the whole body of legionary infantry amounted to six thousand one hundred men. Their drivers look ruffians.