Oft schiessen trifft das Ziel—Shooting often hits the mark.
“Wait, I have not finished…” he said to Prince Andrew, seizing him by the arm, “I believe that intervention will be stronger than nonintervention. But the tribes, having trembled so long before the Pharaohs, fled at the first sign of attack. Now considering the great importance deservedly attached to the settlement of CROWNS, all conjectures favourable to the possessors ought to be allowed. Perhaps you did not like it? You must excuse me,” said he, putting Pierre at ease instead of being put at ease by him, “but I hope I have not offended you. Via media—A middle way or course; any middle course.
They called for his accounts, and there appeared to be four hundred and sixty thousand pounds in his hands. Then he again ventured to attack Assyria, this time with better success. Then from that spot came the sound of a horn, with the signal agreed on in case of a fight. For my own part, I confess I cannot forbear starting when the rattle of a harquebuse thunders in my ears on a sudden, and in a place where I am not to expect it, which I have also observed in others, braver fellows than I. All being thus favourably settled, the princes dispersed to their several States, and William retired to obtain a short period of relaxation at Loo.
The necessity, the importance, and the difficulties of the siege of Verona, immediately presented themselves to the sagacious mind of Constantine. That universal is contained in an expression of his which we often enough hear echoed, “There is no perfect happiness. She was as devoted to us children as was my mother herself, and we were equally devoted to her in return. The outer circle is the sun, the inner the moon,” &c. To this speech the Persian king made no answer, although he was astonished at his bold spirit; but in conversation with his friends he spoke as though this were the greatest possible piece of good fortune, and in his prayers begged Arimanios to make his enemies ever continue to banish their ablest men.
If this were true, it would be necessary to pack all the events mentioned in Xenophon, iv, 4, into the year 393 B.C.; which I hold to be impossible. I have so lost them when I was half fit to keep them: they are sooner prevailed upon by courtesy than huffing. A third rhetra of Lykurgus is mentioned, which forbids the Spartans to make war frequently with the same people, lest by constant practice they too should become warlike. Among these are several lists of kings, and other chronological documents of a somewhat general character. La mode est un tyran dont rien nous délivre, / A son bizarre goût il faut s’accommoder—Fashion is a tyrant from which there is no deliverance; all must conform to its whimsical taste.
Marlborough received the news that they had promised to send to the Elector, under Tallard, fifty battalions of foot, and sixty squadrons of horse of the best troops in France, which should make him stronger than the Confederates. Perhaps the most curious example of economy of material in a makeshift book that the Assyrian collection at the British Museum has to show, is illustrated in the figure of the god Nabu, which forms part of the Nineveh collection, and which stands in the hall just beyond the obelisk of Shalmaneser. Smith and McCall deployed on each side of the road as well as they could, and engaged the enemy at long range. This melancholy truth was felt and acknowledged by Severus. Their mild administration opened the flattering prospect of the restoration, not only of the civil but even of the republican government.
“These are important things, but many will be slow to think them his greatest services. Even the newspapers, which seem to thresh out the veriest chaff of life, are mostly guiltless of specific reference to any of those everyday commonplaces, the lack of which in ancient writings fills us with such regret. God is thus over and above the distinction of subject and object; our knowledge is but a reflex or picture of the infinite essence. The conduct of Hamilton was now suspicious. The lofty ziggurat (pyramid) attached to the temple of Ninib, dominating over the whole, gave unity to the vast mass of palatial and sacred edifices.
Simon de Montfort on the 24th December following issued writs in the king’s name bidding the sheriffs to send up two knights from the shires, and each of some twenty-one especially designated cities and boroughs to send up two citizens and burgesses to London. The Parliament was called for the 20th January, 1265. Not only the reproaches that we throw in the face of one another, but our reasons also, our arguments and controversies, are reboundable upon us, and we wound ourselves with our own weapons: of which antiquity has left me enough grave examples. He glanced at Prince Andrew’s face and quickly turned away. The practice of examining every claim to public land before passing it into private ownership offers a good example of the policy in question. And then how easy a thing is it to satisfy the fancy? In my opinion; this part wholly carries it, at least, above all the rest.
Urged by him to choose one of her numerous suitors, she consented to do so, but made it a condition that he alone, who could outstrip her in the race, should become her husband, whilst those she defeated should be put to death by her, with the lance which she bore in her hand.