These men were now informed that they must put themselves under the orders of Barclay, and they would easily discover him at evening walking in the piazza of Covent Garden, and might recognise him by his white handkerchief hanging from his pocket.
Perhaps the church and seat of the patriarchs might be enriched with a repository of books; but if the ponderous mass of Arian and Monophysite controversy were indeed consumed in the public baths, a philosopher may allow, with a smile, that it was ultimately devoted to the benefit of mankind. But whatever difference of opinion might subsist between the Orthodox, the Ebionites, and the Gnostics, concerning the divinity or the obligation of the Mosaic law, they were all equally animated by the same exclusive zeal; and by the same abhorrence for idolatry, which had distinguished the Jews from the other nations of the ancient world. Sometimes I could not contain myself, when the girls, my domestics, who owed me submission, treated me ill. Pétya shook himself, jumped up, took a ruble from his pocket and gave it to Likhachëv; then he flourished the saber, tested it, and sheathed it. This monstrous sentence thoroughly roused the inhabitants of the place; and the clergy of the cathedral, the staunchest supporters of the king’s beloved arbitrary power, remonstrated with Jeffreys in such a manner, that he consented to a respite of five days, in order that application might be made to the king.
The Tsar was outraged and wished to know at once on what I based this opinion. Since these determinations are contained unseparated in the unity, and thus each in it is also the other, these opposed moments are raised into totalities. Verbaque provisam rem non invita sequentur—Words 40 will not fail when the matter is well considered. I seek another end; I would spend my life in brave deeds. Mary has been censured for so readily uniting in a plan to drive her father from the throne.
She sat in her room crying like a child, blowing her nose and sobbing. No one spoke for a long time. Upon examination, I find that it is natural most to defend the defects with which we are most tainted. “Dearest John!”—she had never spoken to me in that way before—”you must not be angry with me. According to statements by the inhabitants, these were placed there during the last years of peace.
The first had to do with the fines which he exacted from such of the baronage as were delinquent in paying the imposts of Richard, some of which had been in arrears since 1190. I also informed General Meade that I had ordered rations from Bermuda Hundred for Hancock’s corps, and desired him to issue them speedily, and to lose no more time than was absolutely necessary. O Herz, versuch’ es nur! so leicht ist’s gut zu sein: / Und es zu scheinen ist so eine schwere Pein—O heart, only try! To be good is so easy, and to appear so is such a heavy burden. As all men loathed them and shrank from them as from men under a curse, they wandered about Peloponnesus until Timoleon, being unable to get any other soldiers, enlisted them in his service. Lardner’s series of the early part of the century.
A captain of volunteers was usually followed by his neighbors and relatives. Their forces were multiplied by discipline. Excerpta—Extracts. In those days (1875-76) the general reader knew nothing of Dalmatia, Servia, and the Herzegovina, beyond what he had learnt from our late friends Gardner Wilkinson, Alexander Paton, Miss Muir Mackenzie (the late Lady Sebright), and from the present Viscountess Strangford. Eleven hundred and sixty-three years after the foundation of Rome, the Imperial city, which had subdued and civilized so considerable a part of mankind, was delivered to the licentious fury of the tribes of Germany and Scythia.
The earle of Rutland saith R. Nos duo turba sumus—We two are a multitude (lit. a crowd). Also, he banished from Lacedaemon all strangers who were there for no useful purpose; not, as Thucydides says, because he feared they might imitate his constitution, and learn something serviceable for the improvement of their own countries, but rather for fear that they might teach the people some mischief. In time of war the President, being by the Constitution Commander-in-chief of the Army and Navy, is responsible for the selection of commanders. God becomes known as Mind which appears to itself as double, yet removes the difference that it may in it be for and at home with itself.
And that other side of life, of which she had never before thought and which had formerly seemed to her so far away and improbable, was now nearer and more akin and more comprehensible than this side of life, where everything was either emptiness and desolation or suffering and indignity.