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De Republics, Atheniensium: Text and facsimile of Papyrus, F.
Nicomachean Ethics, 1819; mainly from text of Bekker, by D.
{81} This line is enclosed in brackets in the received text, and is omitted (with note) by Messrs.
{82} This line exists in the text here but not in the corresponding passage xii.
"Yes--that told you to rejoice and be glad, you know; that's why father named 'em the 'rejoicing texts.' "
His eyes had fallen to the words on the top paper in his hands--"But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites!" "And so your father--liked those 'rejoicing texts,' " he murmured.
I'm going to squirm and wriggle and whisper, and I'm going to say I don't know the Golden Text. And I'm going to throw away both of my collections RIGHT NOW."
He glibly recited an old Golden Text learned several weeks ago.
'Thoughts on the Present Discontents'; 'An Address to the King'; the latter half of the speech 'On the Nabob of Areot's Debts'; 'Reflections on the Revolution in France'; 'A Letter to a Noble Lord.' Subjects for consideration are suggested by the text. It would be especially interesting to compare Burke's style carefully with Gibbon's and Johnson's.
The text which spoke of the moving of mountains was just one of those that said one thing and meant another.
Here is the text of the dispatch, which figures now in the archives of the Gun Club:
He quoted several texts (for he was well read in Scripture), such as, He visits the sins of the fathers upon the children; and the fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the children's teeth are set on edge ,&c.