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It was a Pope who said of Cellini to a conclave of Cardinals that common laws and common authority were not made for men such as he; but it was a Pope who thrust Cellini into prison, and kept him there till he sickened with rage, and created unreal visions for himself, and saw the gilded sun enter his room, and grew so enamoured of it that he sought to escape, and crept out from tower to tower, and falling through dizzy air at dawn, maimed himself, and was by a vine-dresser covered with vine leaves, and carried in a cart to one who, loving beautiful things, had care of him.
The perfume of the young lady's finery sickened him; he turned his head and tried to deflect his course; but the pressure of the crowd kept him near her a few minutes longer, so that he heard what she was saying.
Next hunting- day another dog sickened, and was killed then and there by Kotuko as he bit and struggled among the traces.
With their sad sisterhood are intermingled many youthful maidens who have sickened in aristocratic mansions, and for whose aid science has unavailingly searched its volumes, and whom breathless love has watched.
On the morning of the fourteenth of June (the day in which I first visited the ship), the lady suddenly sickened and died.
This sickened her of America, and she came back to live with a maiden aunt at Pinner, in Middlesex.
The familiar surroundings had not darkened because of her grief, nor sickened because of her pain.
It was the kind of masculine solidarity that he himself often practised; now he sickened at their connivance.
And thus poor Charley sickened and grew worse, and fell into heavy danger of death, and lay severely ill for many a long round of day and night.
Five more sickened from this cause, but we managed to cure them with doses of an infusion made by boiling down the tulip leaves.
One by one they sickened and died, until only one man was left, the writer of the letter.
There old Von Winterfeld raved and became quiet and presently died, and three of the other wounded sickened for want of good food, while their fellows mended.