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Strana xxxviii - But to return to our own institute; besides these constant exercises at home, there is another opportunity of gaining experience to be won from pleasure itself abroad; in those vernal seasons of the year when the air is calm and pleasant, it were an injury and sullenness against nature, not to go out and see her riches, and partake in her rejoicing with heaven and earth.
Strana 88 - Non alios prima crescentis origine mundi inluxisse dies aliumve habuisse tenorem crediderim: ver illud erat, ver magnus agebat orbis, et hibernis parcebant flatibus euri, cum primae lucem pecudes hausere virumque 340 terrea progenies duris caput extulit arvis immissaeque ferae silvis et sidera caelo.
Strana xlvi - ... men. Nor can boys understand anything sufficiently well in their own language unless the words are said with the utmost clearness. Let the teacher preserve in his memory all the old forms of vernacular words, and let him develop the knowledge not only of modern forms but also of the old words and those which have gone out of use, and let him be as it were the guardian of the treasury of his language.
Strana 60 - Felix ille animi, divisque simillimus ipsis, Quem non mendaci resplendens gloria fuco Sollicitat, non fastosi mala gaudia luxus. Sed tacitos sinit ire dies, et paupere cultu Exigit innocwz tranquilla silentia vita.
Strana ix - No mother loved her child better than mine did; nor any child did ever less perceive himself loved of his mother than I. She never lightly laughed upon me, she never cockered me...
Strana xlv - ... teach the learned languages. For unless he makes use of the right and proper expressions in the mother-tongue, he will certainly mislead the boys, and the error thus imbibed will accompany them persistently as they grow up, and as men.
Strana 142 - Quid non ebrietas designat? operta recludit: Spes ju'bet esse ratas: in praelia trudit inermem: Sollicitis animis onus eximit: addocet artis. Fecundi calices quern non fecere disertum, Contracta quem non in paupertate solutumf4" The air that one breathes has an influence on the imagination.
Strana xxxiii - And if a child do begin therein at seven years of age, he may continually learn Greek authors three years and, in the meantime, use the Latin tongue as a familiar language: which, in a nobleman's son, may well come to pass, having none other persons to serve him or keeping him company but such as can speak Latin elegantly. And what doubt is there but so may he as soon speak good Latin as he may do pure French...
Strana 78 - Nempe hoc assidue? jam clarum mane fenestras Intrat, et angustas extendit lumine rimas. Stertimus, indomitum quod despumare Falernum Sufficiat, quinta dum linea tangitur umbra. En quid agis? siccas insana Canicula messes Jam dudum coquit, et patula pecus omne sub ulmo est », Unus ait comitum.