Thanks to the Roman army, to an army truly Roman; at length we have recovered our just authority, the end of all our desires.

Often these men failed painfully. If I had sought the place, or obtained it through personal or political influence, my belief is that I would have feared to undertake any plan of my own conception, and would probably have awaited direct orders from my distant superiors. But the remorse of the conspirators was soothed by …

173 Silence is indeed very consistent with devotion; but as it is seldom compatible with zeal, we may perceive and lament the languid state of Christianity in those provinces which had exchanged the Celtic for the Latin tongue, since they did not, during the three first centuries, give birth to a single ecclesiastical writer.

The miracles of the primitive church, after obtaining the sanction of ages, have been lately attacked in a very free and ingenious inquiry, 79 which, though it has met with the most favorable reception from the public, appears to have excited a general scandal among the divines of our own as well as of the …

Neque quies gentium sine armis neque arma sine stipendiis neque stipendia sine tributis haberi queunt—The quiet of nations cannot be maintained without arms, nor can arms be maintained without pay, nor pay without taxation.

XXXI. How the dispute originated it is hard to say, but all writers agree in throwing on Perikles the blame of refusing to reverse the decree. The High Churchmen took particular offence at Presbytery being established in Scotland, and insisted much on the contradiction of maintaining one religion in Scotland and another in England, and …

When the carriages had all passed in, the crowd, carrying Pétya with it, streamed forward into the Krémlin Square which was already full of people.

He adventures on the allegorical drama in his Trofea, which commemorates the exploits of Manoel of Portugal in Africa and India, and brings Fame and Apollo upon the stage. The further we advance into the history of Egypt, the more does the self-conceit and absurdity of the glorification of the king increase; under the reign …

“Didn’t I explain to you? What?” And Anatole, with the partiality dull-witted people have for any conclusion they have reached by their own reasoning, repeated the argument he had already put to Dólokhov a hundred times.

A toom (empty) pantry maks a thriftless guid-wife. Sc. “Haven’t I said I’m not going to gwovel?” Denísov interrupted him, went on reading his paper. Colebrooke deals more particularly with the theistic and atheistic divisions of the Sanc’hya as distinguished. The village of Aspalathus, 120 and, long afterwards, the provincial town of Spalatro, have grown …

And the combined supply of the group, doubled and twisted and knotted, left nothing in the way of fastening material to be desired.

To Socrates those who reply may be called pliable youths, because they reply directly to the questions, which are so formed that they make the answer very easy, and exclude any originality in reply. Paris, 1823.—Meyer, E., Geschichte des alten Aegyptens. God is not found by the tests that detect you an acid or a …

So urgent on the vulgar is the necessity of believing, that the fall of any system of mythology will most probably be succeeded by the introduction of some other mode of superstition.

Did any slur attach to him from the ‘Arabian Nights’? On the contrary, great praise, and fame, and gain! Why, then, should a slur come from the ‘Scented Garden’? It was not the world’s slur that was to be feared. The questions arising out of the Gran Conquista de Ultramar are discussed by M. Yet …

One of the scenes exhibits the king’s messengers violently breaking into Wilkes’s house, Great George Street, Westminster, and ransacking his receptacles for papers.

??u??? ???? ???? ??????? ????????, ??????? ?????? ??? ?????? ?????, etc. Meanwhile the prophets were offering sacrifice to the river. What we truly and earnestly aspire to be, that in some sense we are. But though the character of Galerius had in general very little affinity with that of Alexander, he imitated, after his victory, …

Within full sight and hearing of the beauty of Christianity, with all the wonders and marvels of scientific discoveries taught hard by in the public native school and in the Sanskrit college, here were these men, neither of whom lacked intellectual training, bowing down to idols of wood and stone.

The other method of baiting by the way, in haste and hurry to gobble up a dinner, is, especially in short days, very inconvenient. L’homme nécessaire—The right man. But they continuing in their mischéefous purpose, shewed their malice speciallie against strangers, so that entring into euerie stréet, lane, and place, where they might find them, …