“‘When she was alone she abused Thisbe for the share she had in the business.
There is mingled with much licentiousness and coarseness a manly and healthy strength in the writers of this department; and though the bulk of these compositions have vanished from the stage, they will be long studied with enjoyment by those who delight in living portraiture of past ages, and the strong current of genuine English sense and feeling. He was looking on now at Hal, talking with him, making suggestions and comments, commending him for the excellence of his work. He had felt the pulse of the country also as to the return of the king, and his intercourse with the City had only confirmed the impression that the whole body of excluded members must come back as a stepping-stone to the recall of Charles. At Siwah (the Oasis of Ammon), some eighteen marches from Cairo, the chattels are driven to the Natron Lakes; men, women, children, and babes in arms forming regular caravans. Nemo repente fuit turpissimus—No man ever became extremely wicked all at once.
I had visited Rosecrans at Wheeling, and he had conversed freely upon his plans for the new campaign. 83 of the same oration. The western shires were entirely in the hands of the Royalists. But in the year 400 B.C., Agis and Pausanias had become nothing more than great and dignified hereditary officers of state, still bearing the old title of their ancestors. Whenever and wherever a knot of Europeans combined to defend themselves against the canaille, they fled like a flock of sheep.
Ein niedrer Sinn ist stolz im Glück, im Leid 30 bescheiden; / Bescheiden ist im Glück ein edler, stolz im Leiden—A vulgar mind is proud in prosperity and humble in adversity; a noble mind is humble in prosperity and proud in adversity. XXXVII. Camillus, when appointed military tribune for the sixth time, begged to be excused, as he was growing old, and perhaps feared that such unbroken success and glory would call down upon him the wrath of the gods. His most obvious reason for declining the appointment was the state of his health, for at this time he was sick. I saw with admiration that there passed nothing within my soul which was not in Jesus Christ and in the Holy Scriptures. Man can be master of nothing while he fears death, but he who does not fear it possesses all. He who would rule must hear and be deaf, must see and be blind. Ger.
“Health and happiness to every one that follows the right way! We require of you to testify that there is but one God, and that Mahomet is his apostle. Had a greater share of torments been inflicted upon either, the other would have been jealous, and thought his love defrauded—moreover they were now together—they could converse with, comfort, and encourage one another to bear their calamities with fortitude, and to resist courageously every trial that might endanger their purity or fidelity. To judge of the appearances that we receive of subjects, we ought t have a deciding instrument; to verify this instrument we must have demonstration; to verify this demonstration an instrument; and here we are round again upon the wheel, and no further advanced.