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374]pied by the Athenians under Pamphilus to be itself blocked up, insomuch that after an interval of four months, a special decree was passed at Athens to send a numerous squadron and fetch away the garrison. Great multitudes of people assembled in the streets, crying out that England was bought and sold. In this activity, …

My course was to insist on absolute fitness, including honesty, as a prerequisite to every appointment; and to remove only for good cause, and, where there was such cause, to refuse even to discuss with the Senator in interest the unfit servant’s retention.

How horrified he would have been seven years before, when he first arrived from abroad, had he been told that there was no need for him to seek or plan anything, that his rut had long been shaped, eternally predetermined, and that wriggle as he might, he would be what all in his position were. …

And besides this, the mutilation of the Hermae in one night, when all of them had their faces disfigured, disturbed many even of those who, as a rule, despised such things.

His aim was as clear as daylight to Kutúzov: if the defense failed, to throw the blame on Kutúzov who had brought the army as far as the Sparrow Hills without giving battle; if it succeeded, to claim the success as his own; or if battle were not given, to clear himself of the crime …

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I did not know when I had gotten on the firing line! I could hear a good deal of firing, some over to my right at a good distance, and the rest to the left and ahead. At the same time he sent into Phoenicia a part of his army, which devastated the whole country, …

But very soon the king presented her a list of the ladies of her household, and the first on the list she saw, to her astonishment, was Lady Castlemaine.

Tour d’adresse—A trick of sleight of hand. They were thrée wéekes in commoning of an agreement: but when nothing else could be brought to passe, they concluded a truce to indure till the feast of S. Marcus Antonius said, that the greatness of the people of Rome was not so much seen in what they …

Nor can it be affirmed with truth, that the advantages of birth and fortune were always separated from the profession of Christianity.

Were man / But constant, he were perfect. Two Gent. The victorious confederates, however, were so ardent and incautious in pursuit, as to advance a considerable distance and return with disordered ranks; while the Lacedæmonians, who were habitually self-restraining in this particular, kept their order perfectly, attacking the Thebans, Argeians, and Corinthians to great advantage …

30-33) has in his own way given us very fully.

We have enough to do to deal with the disease, without troubling ourselves with these superfluous rules. As little mercy was shown by the populace to sufferers of a humbler rank. I do not only find it hard to piece our actions to one another, but I moreover find it hard properly to design each …

8) that Democritus applied himself to the relation borne by consciousness to the explanation, amongst other things, of the origin of feelings, because with him, the conceptions that from things fine surfaces, so to speak, free themselves, and fly into the eyes, ears, &c., first began.

Wait, for heaven’s sake. The Egyptians are provided with a remedy against gnats, of which there are a surprising number. To make three separate kingdoms, by fable, there remained yet the water and the earth. The mustard-seed of thought is a pregnant treasury of vast results. I was about a week at Cruces before transportation …