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.
Duncker, M., Geschichte des Alterthums. Better rue sit than rue flit, i.e., regret remaining than regret removing. The Rhine, as far up as Mainz, was crossed by one railway bridge only; the Main could be crossed only at Frankfort. Men, women, children, pleading most piteously, were ruthlessly murdered. In the moneth of Maie, the king held a councell at Westminster, and in the feast of the Inuention of the crosse, comming personallie to the councell house he remooued all the great officers (contrarie to expectation and thinking) from their offices, and at his pleasure placed in their roomes whome he list.
Heptalogia (The); or, The Seven against Sense. Has patitur poenas peccandi sola voluntas. During this first winter I grew to like Joe and his particular cronies. This sight was from God. That is an essential condition.
Here the local committee included an old and valued friend, a “two-gun” man of repute, who was not in the least quarrelsome, but who always kept his word. Occasions like these are such as show whether we are perfectly resigned to God or not. “Yes, from Olmütz,” he answered, with a sigh. “Still the same. Upon the rumour of which, all the people ran to see the sight, by whom his words and science, containing the principles and means to attain to this art, were recorded, and kept for many ages.—[Cicero, De Devina, ii.
Thanks to the delay caused by this crossing of the wolf’s path, the old dog with its felted hair hanging from its thigh was within five paces of it. The heads of the Louisville and Nashville road were bitter opponents of everything done by the Government toward securing good treatment for their employees. They then sent an ambassador in a trireme to Tauromenium, who made a long speech to Andromachus, threatening him in a bombastic and barbarian style with their vengeance if he did not at once turn the Corinthians out of his city. But our condition will have it so, that the knowledge of what we have in hand is as remote from us, and as much above the clouds, as that of the stars. He embraced his wife and son, and walked from his house silently as far as the gate of the city.
Persons of that description may sometimes be LAWFULLY employed by those, who are engaged in an EVIDENTLY just war. Die de wereld wel beziet, men zag nooit schoonder niet—Whoso considers the world well must allow he has never seen a better. Prudentia et constantia—By prudence and constancy. Having looked at Natásha he approached his sister, laid his well gloved hand on the edge of her box, nodded to her, and leaning forward asked a question, with a motion toward Natásha. He had been repulsed with some loss.
With a sinking heart, wretched as she always was now when she found herself in a crowd, Natásha in her lilac silk dress trimmed with black lace walked—as women can walk—with the more repose and stateliness the greater the pain and shame in her soul. He was too sensible, that a single town could not resist the persevering efforts of a great army; and he dreaded, lest the enemy, tired with the obstinate resistance of Aquileia, should on a sudden relinquish the fruitless siege, and march directly towards Rome. the two great factions of the coursers in the circus, called Prasini, and Veneti: nor in the amphitheatre partially to favour any of the gladiators, or fencers, as either the Parmularii, or the Secutores. None of the emendations suggested is satisfactory. He sat down and penned a speech which he proposed to address to the two Houses; it is still preserved in the British Museum.
By which I understand that we are great economisers of our expense: as it weighs, it serves for so much as it weighs. James and elsewhere. I will not here omit, that I never mutiny so much against France, that I am not perfectly friends with Paris; that city has ever had my heart from my infancy, and it has fallen out, as of excellent things, that the more beautiful cities I have seen since, the more the beauty of this still wins upon my affection. Male parta male dilabuntur—Things ill gotten go ill. “I’ll drink it! Let’s have a bottle of rum!” shouted Pierre, banging the table with a determined and drunken gesture and preparing to climb out of the window.