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Strana xxxiv - But, the truth is, that the knowledge of external nature, and the sciences which that knowledge requires or includes, are not the great or the frequent business of the human mind. Whether we provide for action or conversation...
Strana 225 - Praetulerim scriptor delirus inersque videri, Dum mea delectent mala me vel denique fallant, Quam sapere et ringi.
Strana 188 - The crow doth sing as sweetly as the lark When neither is attended, and I think The nightingale, if she should sing by day, When every goose is cackling, would be thought No better a musician than the wren.
Strana 225 - ... at qui legitimum cupiet fecisse poema, cum tabulis animum censoris sumet honesti ; 110 audebit, quaecumque parum splendoris habebunt et sine pondere erunt et honore indigna ferentur, verba movere loco, quamvis invita recedant et versentur adhuc intra penetralia Vestae...
Strana 67 - IT may justly appear surprising that any man in so late an age, should find it requisite to prove, by elaborate reasoning, that Personal Merit consists altogether in the possession of mental qualities, useful or agreeable to the person himself or to others.
Strana 93 - ... to uprightness and the public good ,- that an oath is unheard in heaven ; that secret crimes have no witness but the perpetrator...
Strana 233 - Lenior et melior fis accedente senecta ? Quid te exempta juvat spinis de pluribus una? Vivere si recte nescis, decede peritis. Lusisti satis, edisti satis atque bibisti : Tempus abire tibi est, ne potum largius aequo 215 Rideat et pulset lasciva decentius aetas.
Strana 77 - ... we place ourselves in the situation of another man, and view it, as it were, with his eyes, and from his station, we either can or cannot entirely enter into and sympathize with the j sentiments and motives which influenced it.
Strana 219 - Post haec ille catus, quantumvis rusticus, ibit, Ibit eo, quo vis, qui zonam perdidit, inquit. RTimae nutriri mihi contigit, atque doceri, Iratus Graiis quantum nocuisset Achilles. Adiecere bonae paullo plus artis Athenae: Scilicet ut possem curvo dignoscere rectum , Atque inter silvas Academi quaerere verum. Dura sed emovere loco me tempora grato; Civilisque rudem belli tulit aestus in arma, Caesaris Augusti non responsura lacertis.