But the universal is living spirit only in so far as the individual consciousness finds itself as such within it; the universal is not constituted of the immediate life and being of the individual, the mere substance, but formed of conscious life.

As a final resource, the gods of heaven themselves became the hosts, and welcomed into their own kingdom the purified souls of the heroes. [719] Thucyd. All such reveries as are in credit around us, deserve at least a hearing: for my part, they only with me import inanity, but they import that. “Only that?” …

He embraced her, and asked her why she was crying; and she, throwing her arms round him and kissing him, said, "Do you not know, father, that our Perseus is dead?" meaning a little dog which she had brought up, which was so named.

Iphi. How now, Alphonsus! you which never yet Could meet your equal in the feats of arms, How haps it now that in such sudden sort You fly the presence of a silly maid? What, have you found mine arm of such a force As that you think your body over-weak For to withstand the …

At the end of from ten days to three weeks, the equalizing process should be over, and the layers ready for further packing.

A brief description of the historical evolution of the earlier financial forms will be the most effective illustration of this statement. To these were added several Kentucky regiments of different ages in service. Il est bien fou qui s’oublie—He is a great fool who forgets himself. The Lowell Birthday Book. With Illusts. The company commander, …

Aus grauser Tiefe tritt das Höhe kühn hervor; / Aus harter Hülle kämpft die Tugend sich hervor; / Der Schmerz ist die Geburt der höhern Naturen—Out of a horrible depth the height steps boldly forth; out of a hard shell virtue fights its way to the light; pain is the birth (medium) of the higher natures.

He began reading about the sufferings and virtuous struggles of a certain Emilie de Mansfeld. It has been observed, with truth as well as propriety, that the conquests of Rome prepared and facilitated those of Christianity. Hence the mention of Zâl and his son Rostam; of Cyrus and of the Jâmi-i-Jamshîd, which may be translated …

After his release from the Tower, Wilkes was involved in a duel, and severely wounded; he then fled to Paris, January, 1764, and was, in his absence, expelled from parliament and outlawed for contempt of court.

Doth not the appetite alter? A man loves the meat in his youth that he cannot endure in his age. Much Ado, ii. But the positive element in the conclusion of Socrates seems, on the other hand, to be unsatisfying, because it goes to the other extreme, namely, to desire causes for nature which do …

The imitation of words, by its own facility, immediately disperses itself through a whole people; but the imitation of inventing and fitly applying those words is of a slower progress.

Our loss in front of these was fifty-two killed, eight hundred and sixty-four wounded, and two hundred and seven missing. Et monere, et moneri, proprium est veræ amicitiæ—To give counsel as well as take it, is a feature of true friendship. And Rostopchín now knew it. The Earl of Essex was ill, or, as many …