La constance des sages n’est que l’art de renfermer leur agitation dans leur coeur—The constancy of the wise is nothing but the art of shutting up whatever might disturb them within themselves.
Bon droit a besoin d’aide—A good cause needs 25 help. He had but to read a few chapters of the Bible and a few pages of Diodorus to exhaust the important literature of the subject. Among all the great families at Rhodes, none were more distinguished than the Diagoridæ. One was the consolidation of five corps into three, thus throwing some officers of rank out of important commands. The Comparative Historical Tables compiled by Your Majesty, a printed copy of which Your Majesty sent me recently, are a good contribution to the history of the origin of the war and are calculated to remove many an incorrect conception.
They have, indeed, the conception of men as becoming springs of water, trees, animals, &c., but the idea of degradation which comes as a consequence of sin, lies at its root. Agesilaus, while securing for his army the plunder of the country over which he carried his victorious arms, took great pains to prevent both cruelty and destruction of property. “That’s what comes of a modern education,” exclaimed the visitor. The name was derived from Eleusis, a town in Attica, where the Mysteries were first introduced by the goddess herself. By nightfall the late defenders of Camp Jackson were all within the walls of the St.
Another time when she called Dunyásha her voice trembled, so she called again—though she could hear Dunyásha coming—called her in the deep chest tones in which she had been wont to sing, and listened attentively to herself. He had the assurance on his trial to call many persons of distinction, including members of Parliament, to give evidence in his favour, but he was answered only by bitter reproaches, for having led them into the spilling of much innocent blood. Worldly riches are like nuts; many clothes are torn in getting them, many a tooth broke in cracking them, but never a belly filled with eating them. R. Still it must be observed that the parties, in making compensation, should abstain with the utmost caution from infringing upon the rights of a third person, especially where this can be done without abandoning the principles of the law of nations, which makes the effects of subjects answerable for the debts of the state. Myself passing by Vitry le Francois, saw a man the Bishop of Soissons had, in confirmation, called Germain, whom all the inhabitants of the place had known to be a girl till two-and-twenty years of age, called Mary.
Fleur de terre—Level with the land. There are hence only the categories of admixture and of modification present. The widening sphere of state activity, so marked a characteristic of modern civilization, involves outlay for what may be best described as “developmental” services. As Pierre was entering the reception room a courier from the army came out of Rostopchín’s private room.  Xen.
The accomplished sycophant received as his reward the office of Poet Laureate, with three hundred pounds a year; and he paid officiously more than his peppercorn of praise in the “Annus Mirabilis, or Year of Wonders, 1666,” in which the sea fights with the Dutch and the Fire of London were commemorated in elegiac stanzas, and the most fulsome and almost impious adulation was poured in showers on both the king and his heir apparent, the Duke of York—not forgetting an especial poetical address to the duchess on her husband’s victories over the Hollanders. At this news the Convention was thrown into a tumult of indignation. The doctor insisted on the necessity of moving the prince; the provincial Marshal of the Nobility sent an official to Princess Mary to persuade her to get away as quickly as possible, and the head of the rural police having come to Boguchárovo urged the same thing, saying that the French were only some twenty-five miles away, that French proclamations were circulating in the villages, and that if the princess did not take her father away before the fifteenth, he could not answer for the consequences. Il n’y a que la vérité qui blesse—It is only the truth that offends (lit. wounds).