In the evening, Klearchus, convening the generals and the lochages (or captains of lochi), acquainted them that the morning sacrifice had been of a nature to forbid their marching against the king,–a prohibition of which he now understood the reason, from having since learnt that the king was on the other side of the Tigris, and therefore out of their reach,–but that it was favorable for rejoining Ariæus.

Tentanda via est qua me quoque possim / 30 Tollere humo, victorque virûm volitare per ora—I too must attempt a way by which I may raise myself above the ground, and soar triumphant through the lips of men.

Some of his servants had failed in their preparations, I said to myself, as I made my way round to the water’s edge. But his friendship with Donatello and his association with other social radicals in the city were commented on unfavorably in many quarters. Those sciences that regulate the manners of men, divinity and philosophy, will have their say in everything; there is no action so private and secret that can escape their inspection and jurisdiction. of Eng. False, traitorous Scot, I come for to revenge My daughter’s death; I come to spoil thy wealth, Since thou hast spoil’d me of my marriage joy; I come to heap thy land with carcases, That this thy thirsty soil, chok’d up with blood, May thunder forth revenge upon thy head; I come to quit thy loveless love with death: In brief, no means of peace shall e’er be found, Except I have my daughter or thy head. K. But though this sentiment is not probably without influence in dictating the unaccountable judgment which I have just been criticizing,–as well as other opinions relative to Kleon, on which I shall say more in a future chapter,–I nevertheless look upon that judgment not as peculiar to Thucydidês, but as common to him with Nikias and those whom we must call, for want of a better name, the oligarchical party of the time at Athens.

tyrannous king is subject unto, and how they who are commonly called [Eupatridas Gk.], i.e. Very respectfully, C. “He is a very well-behaved young man at any rate,” said Susan, “and he draws beautifully. The poor were treated with little tenderness. Among the essential oils, however, there is one which should form a part of every article intended for the care of the mouth, provided it can remain unchanged in the presence of the other ingredients, which would not be the case where permanganate of potassium is used.

The Romans were six hundred years before they received it; and after having made trial of it, banished it from the city at the instance of Cato the Censor, who made it appear how easy it was to live without it, having himself lived fourscore and five years, and kept his wife alive to an extreme old age, not without physic, but without a physician: for everything that we find to be healthful to life may be called physic. We have met the enemy, and they are ours. Oliver H. Amidst the general joy, the sullen and angry countenance of the Praetorian guards betrayed their inward dissatisfaction. “Oh well… When I wholly commit and refer myself to my memory, I lay so much stress upon it that it sinks under me: it grows dismayed with the burden.

Quod nimis miseri volunt, hoc facile credunt—Whatever the wretched anxiously wish for, they are ready to believe. The men of this party said and thought that what was wrong resulted chiefly from the Emperor’s presence in the army with his military court and from the consequent presence there of an indefinite, conditional, and unsteady fluctuation of relations, which is in place at court but harmful in an army; that a sovereign should reign but not command the army, and that the only way out of the position would be for the Emperor and his court to leave the army; that the mere presence of the Emperor paralyzed the action of fifty thousand men required to secure his personal safety, and that the worst commander in chief, if independent, would be better than the very best one trammeled by the presence and authority of the monarch. Dumas. These classes embraced more than fifty officers who afterwards became generals on one side or the other in the rebellion, many of them holding high commands. The latter, from a small knot of Dissenters, had grown into a considerable one, and the more influential, because the most able and active, leaders of both Parliament and army were of that sect.

Whilst he was upon earth, Alexander the Great was the only hero whom this god deemed worthy his admiration. Borís was thus the first to learn the news that the French army had crossed the Niemen and, thanks to this, was able to show certain important personages that much that was concealed from others was usually known to him, and by this means he rose higher in their estimation. Hélène stooped forward to make room, and looked round with a smile. “Hoc volo, sic jubeo, stat pro ratione voluntas.”
Juv. Long they wrestled together, and Sir Artegall never loosened his grip one whit, and at last forced him from his saddle, so that he no longer had the advantage of the swimming of his horse.

As to her own feelings she could then say nothing, for she then knew nothing;—nothing but this, that she loved no one better than him, or rather that she loved no one else. Then the fleet got under way, and we steamed slowly down to Santiago. If certain ‘commandments’ be violated, he, she, or it, is carefully tied and trussed up, gagged, and thrown into the Great River. Telyánin for some reason had been transferred from the Guards just before this campaign. But its great importance lay in the body of men who made it up.

Sherman thought Hood would follow him, though he proposed to prepare for the contingency of the latter moving the other way while he was moving south, by making Thomas strong enough to hold Tennessee and Kentucky. It was not, however, until all had crossed except the defenders of the towers,–who were yet descending and scrambling through,–that the Peloponnesian reserve of three hundred were seen approaching the spot with torches. This yeare king Richard holding his Christmasse at Eltham, thither came to him Leo king of Armenia, whose countrie and realme being in danger to be conquered of the Turks, he was come into those west parts of christendome for aid and succour at the hands of the christian princes here. “I won’t detain you longer, General. No inscriptions found.

Jaq. We will attend your nobleness. At five in the morning, though Hamilton had not arrived, the bloodthirsty Glenlyon commenced the massacre by murdering his host and all his family.


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