Passion is universal humanity.

For sure it is not. Here I and sorrows sit; / Here is my throne; bid kings come bow to it. King John, iii. The Scots did not understand this kind of indulgence, which allowed their ministers to enter their churches by the sacrifice of their moral principles, and put them to death if they …

The Union force that had crossed the Mississippi River up to this time was less than forty-three thousand men.

“In couples,” replied the officer in command in a calm voice. General Ord had joined Hurlbut on the 4th and being senior took command of his troops. “Chemmis [Khufu or Cheops], the Eighth King from Remphis, was of Memphis, and reign’d Fifty Years. Receive the victor’s wreath; and the herald shall proclaim your victory aloud …

Forgetting his intention of concealing his knowledge of French, Pierre, snatching away the pistol and throwing it down, ran up to the officer and addressed him in French.

Ruth of his temerity. “Yes… “I was there,” said Rostóv angrily, as if intending to insult the aide-de-camp. She did not at all realize that before having seen her future sister-in-law she was prejudiced against her by involuntary envy of her beauty, youth, and happiness, as well as by jealousy of her brother’s love for …

You may have to wait a bit—some of you a shorter, some a longer time; but do wait, and everything will fit in and be perfect at last. Mrs.

Cuvier was the first to demonstrate that certain fossil skeletons belonged to no existing species of animal. She ate, drank, slept, or kept awake, but did not live. He demanded that Fairfax should be sent for; but the court satisfied itself with sending to the general, who returned by letter a rather equivocating answer, saying …

By how much the soul is more empty and without counterpoise, with so much greater facility it yields under the weight of the first persuasion.

I excused, and even figured them to myself as perfections. The outcome of the treacherous malady which killed Emperor Frederick III was frankly told me in advance by German physicians called into consultation as experts by the English physician, Sir Morell Mackenzie. This work is an artistic epitome of a large, and in its day …