General Halleck strongly approved the suggestion, and finally wrote me that he had repeatedly ordered Rosecrans to advance, but that the latter had constantly failed to comply with the order, and at last, after having held a council of war, had replied in effect that it was a military maxim “not to fight two decisive battles at the same time.” If true, the maxim was not applicable in this case. The beginning of creation (in man’s soul as in Nature) is light. Fide et fiducia—By faith and confidence. Good digestion wait on appetite, / And health on both. Macb., iii. “Mary,” he said softly, going up to her, “it will never happen again; I give you my word.
The cavalry, on exhausting their charges, flung their pistols at the enemies’ heads, and then fell to with their swords. I was obliged to leave the telegraphic operator back at Nashville, because that was the point at which all dispatches to me would come, to be forwarded from there. There were many young men who had studied professions before they went to California, and who had never done a day’s manual labor in their lives, who took in the situation at once and went to work to make a start at anything they could get to do. Cruikshank (published April 10, 1812). Sextus Empiricus also gives us in full the dialectic of Gorgias.
The views of Baxter were adopted by large numbers, who became a sect under the name of “Baxterians;” but they were gradually absorbed into the different denominations of the Independents, Baptists, etc., who may now be considered as generally holding Baxter’s mild and amiable opinions. This direct emanation from his own self, justly his favourite child, his better and purer counterpart, received from him several important prerogatives. Whoever is in a hurry shows that the thing he is about is too big for him. As soon as Diocletian had indulged his private resentment, and asserted the majesty of supreme power, he yielded to the submissive entreaties of the Caesar, and permitted him to retrieve his own honor, as well as that of the Roman arms. Troops were also designated to go aboard.
“The highest wisdom is not founded on reason alone, not on those worldly sciences of physics, history, chemistry, and the like, into which intellectual knowledge is divided. Thus this return is the isolation of the individual from the universal, care for self at the cost of the State; to us, for instance, it is the question as to whether I shall be in eternal bliss or condemnation, whereas philosophic eternity is present now in time, and is nothing other than the substantial man himself. The hard necessity of censuring either a pope, or a saint and martyr, distresses the modern Catholics whenever they are obliged to relate the particulars of a dispute in which the champions of religion indulged such passions as seem much more adapted to the senate or to the camp. It is told that once in a quarrel his opponent was so irritated, that he exclaimed, “I will die if I do not revenge myself upon you!” Euclides replied, “And I will die if I do not soften your wrath so much by the mildness of my speech that you will love me as before.” It was Euclides who said that “the Good is one,” and it alone is, “though passing under many names; sometimes it is called Understanding, sometimes God; at another time Thought (????), and so on. There are a sort of little knacks and frivolous subtleties from which men sometimes expect to derive reputation and applause: as poets, who compose whole poems with every line beginning with the same letter; we see the shapes of eggs, globes, wings, and hatchets cut out by the ancient Greeks by the measure of their verses, making them longer or shorter, to represent such or such a figure.
of Verona, i. After these words, the Mason, as if tired by his long discourse, again leaned his arms on the back of the sofa and closed his eyes. Und was kein Verstand der Verständigen sieht / Das übet in Einfalt ein kindisch Gemüt—And what no intelligence of the intelligent sees, that is practised in simplicity by a childish mind. It is certain that either wise bearing or 50 ignorant carriage is caught as men take diseases, one of another. 2 Hen. But there were sacred geese kept in the temple of Juno, which in other times were fed without stint, but which then, as there was scarcely food enough for the men, were somewhat neglected.