Whenever the episcopal chair became vacant by death, a new president was chosen among the presbyters by the suffrages of the whole congregation, every member of which supposed himself invested with a sacred and sacerdotal character.
White House up to this time had been a depot; but now that our troops were all on the James River, it was no longer wanted as a store of supplies. How quickly Nature falls into revolt / When gold becomes her object! 2 Hen. They who banish serious imaginations from their sports, do, says one, like him who dares not adore the statue of a saint, if not covered with a veil. L’amour-propre est le plus grand de tous les flatteurs—Self-love is the greatest of all flatterers. Up to one-fourth of its height it was faced with syenite, and the remainder, up to the summit, with limestone.
This would seem as if the best and truest Philosophy were only a domestic or fireside philosophy, which conforms to all the ordinary ideas of men, and in which we see friends and faithful ones talk together of righteousness, and of what can be known on the earth, without having penetrated the depths of the heavens, or rather the depths of consciousness. Work for some good, be it ever so slowly; / 35 Cherish some flower, be it ever so lowly; / Labour! all labour is noble and holy: / Let thy great deeds be thy prayer to thy God. Francis S. When I see in the creatures a conduct which appears unreasonable and mortifying, I mount higher, and look upon them as instruments both of the mercy and justice of God. But much the commoner type of success in every walk of life and in every species of effort is that which comes to the man who differs from his fellows not by the kind of quality which he possesses but by the degree of development which he has given that quality. “I know,” he is quoted as saying, “that the see of Lincoln is held by military service to our lord the king, but it has to be furnished in this land alone; beyond the boundaries of England nothing of the kind is due from it.” Hugh, therefore, refused to comply with the royal request on purely feudal grounds.
“Why, as for that (replied Cheirisophus), you Athenians, also, as I learn, are capital hands at stealing the public money, and that too in spite of prodigious peril to the thief; nay, your most powerful men steal most of all,–at least, if it be the most powerful men among you who are raised to official command. Time is a strange thing. Battle of Proposis (year V). “I get there,” began Denísov. The remainder of the day was spent in strengthening the line we now held.
Books such as Herbert Croly’s “Promise of American Life” and Walter E. And there is no greatness where simplicity, goodness, and truth are absent. “Not bound to endure insults,” Dólokhov concluded in loud, ringing tones. III. Theseus traced his descent on the father’s side from Erechtheus and the original Autochthones, while on the mother’s side he was descended from Pelops. The Athenians made a decree that the mules and moyls which had served at the building of the temple called Hecatompedon should be free and suffered to pasture at their own choice, without hindrance.
Nam pro jucundis aptissima quæque dabunt Di. There were only thoughts clearly expressed in words, thoughts that someone was uttering or that he himself was formulating. Whilst Herbert dressed him, he told him he had dreamt of Archbishop Laud, who, on the king speaking seriously to him, had sighed and fallen prostrate. His book had excited the most opposite sentiments and awakened the most contradictory judgments, but among lawyers and statesmen its reception was from the first generally marked by admiration. Do but observe such as have accustomed themselves to be at every one’s call: they do it indifferently upon all, as well little as great, occasions; in that which nothing concerns them; as much as in what imports them most.
But let us leave these chariots of war. In the lower grades, however, marked gallantry should always be taken into account in deciding among different candidates for any given place. and Cleop., i. The word was brought to me by Mills, who said that my orders were to support the regulars in the assault on the hills, and that my objective would be the red-tiled ranch-house in front, on a hill which we afterwards christened Kettle Hill. He next appointed the Salii to guard and keep them.
Further, they declared that till that present, his subiects (as was thought) had louinglie demeaned themselues towards him, in aiding him with their substance to the best of their powers, & that their desire was to vnderstand how those goods were spent. When James came to the throne in 1603, London and Westminster were a mile apart, but the Strand was quickly populated by the crowds of Scots who followed the Court; and though St.