At the same time, those that followed Wickliffes opinions, set vp publikelie on the church doore of Paules in London, and the church doores of Westminster, certeine writings, conteining accusations of the clergie, and conclusions, such as had not commonlie béene heard, against ecclesiasticall persons, and the vse of the sacraments, as the church then mainteined.
The situation at “Poca,” as it was called in the neighborhood, was one which made the further advance of the army require some consideration. Prince Arthur without delay addressed himself to the fight. When he had reached this point, Pierre asked the captain whether he understood that. He who goes into a crowd must now go one way and then another, keep his elbows close, retire or advance, and quit the straight way, according to what he encounters; and must live not so much according to his own method as to that of others; not according to what he proposes to himself, but according to what is proposed to him, according to the time, according to the men, according to the occasions. These were close friends.
Moderate lamentation is the right of the dead, 20 excessive grief the enemy to the living. All’s Well, i. Myrtale was astonished, and thought it strange if goats could produce children, upon which her husband recounts every particular; how he found the infant exposed; how it was suckled; and how ashamed he felt at the idea of leaving it to perish. 5 The Law of England on homicide excusable by self-defence, will throw light on the sentiments of Grotius in this place. These meetings began in 1645, and were held at one of their houses, or in Gresham College, or at apartments in Cheapside. Auxilium ab alto—Help from above.
The colors were at the top of the staff, the halyards were fastened to the clamps, the company was brought to an order arms, and again to a rest at will, and the period of waiting was resumed. I will confess to you, dear Mary, that in spite of his extreme youth his departure for the army was a great grief to me. He received ten thousand rubles a year, but now resolved to take only two thousand and leave the rest to repay the debt to his parents. “For instance, Syncellus, whose writings show marks of haste and are by no means free from error, borrows his quotations from Eusebius, whom he often pretends to correct. When changing horses that night in Perkhúshkovo, he learned that there had been a great battle that evening.
The writings of Duncker cover a wide range of historical subjects, but he will chiefly be remembered for his History of Antiquity, which took rank on publication as the most important contribution to the subject. I know some who consentingly have acquired both profit and advancement from cuckoldom, of which the bare name only affrights so many people. Next day after her talk with her mother Natásha expected Bolkónski all day, but he did not come. That same night, having taken leave of the Minister of War, Bolkónski set off to rejoin the army, not knowing where he would find it and fearing to be captured by the French on the way to Krems. The most usual generalizations adopted by almost all the historians are: freedom, equality, enlightenment, progress, civilization, and culture.
Parcere personis, dicere de vitiis—To spare persons, 30 to condemn crimes. About fifteen miles northeast of Babylon was Kutha (now Tel-Ibrahim), whose god was Nergal; near Kutha was Kish. Le bestemmie fanno come le processioni; ritornano donde partirono—Curses are like processions, they come back to whence they set out. Servatum victo caput abstulit.–Sat. Historical science in its endeavor to draw nearer to truth continually takes smaller and smaller units for examination.
The following December the differences between the parties were laid before Louis IX of France for his decision. And yet silence is to them, not only a countenance of respect and gravity, but very often of good advantage too: for Megabyzus, going ‘to see Apelles in his painting-room, stood a great while without speaking a word, and at last began to talk of his paintings, for which he received this rude reproof: “Whilst thou wast silent, thou seemedst to be some great thing, by reason of thy chains and rich habit; but now that we have heard thee speak, there is not the meanest boy in my workshop that does not despise thee.” Those princely ornaments, that mighty state, did not permit him to be ignorant with a common ignorance, and to speak impertinently of painting; he ought to have kept this external and presumptive knowledge by silence. Both the outer and inner circumference were furnished with battlements, and after every ten battlements came a roofed tower, covering the whole breadth of the double wall,–allowing a free passage inside, but none outside. “In the neigbourhood of Mytilene, the principal city of Lesbos, Lamon, a goatherd, as he was one day tending his flock, discovered an infant sucking one of his goats with surprising dexterity. In their passage through the Bosphorus, the unskilful pilots were overpowered by the violence of the current; and while the multitude of their ships were crowded in a narrow channel, many were dashed against each other, or against the shore.
The King gave a banquet to the many princely guests and their suites, as well as for the representatives of foreign nations, at which M. I am sending you a little book called “Mother,” by Kathleen Norris, which will give you my views on the matter. The besetting sin of both Montaigne’s translators seems to have been a propensity for reducing his language and phraseology to the language and phraseology of the age and country to which they belonged, and, moreover, inserting paragraphs and words, not here and there only, but constantly and habitually, from an evident desire and view to elucidate or strengthen their author’s meaning. Ex diuturnitate temporis omnia præsumuntur 45 esse solemniter acta—Everything established for a length of time is presumed to have been done in due form. The ground about Vicksburg is admirable for defence.
From the heavy rains that had fallen for days and weeks preceding and from the constant use of the roads between the troops and the landing four to seven miles below, these roads had become cut up so as to be hardly passable.