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Of late he had begun to feel that these qualities were a peculiar possession for himself, and he wanted to engross them.
In the lives of two of these, Bulwer-Lytton and Benjamin Disraeli, there are interesting parallels.
One of these series was delivered in America, where, of course, the former ill-feeling had long before worn away.
"I disturb you, perhaps, my dear Aramis," continued D'Artagnan, "for by what I see, I am led to believe that you are confessing to these gentlemen."
Yes, they ARE nice books!" Yet these last words he uttered so lingeringly that I could see he was ready to weep with vexation at finding the better sorts of books so expensive.
Prior, and that it was in the domestic life of the dead farmer that he had been bidden to seek the seed of these dreadful things.
transcriber's note: These "advertisements" appeared in the format that would have been used in a newspaper or magazine ad section--that is in two columns for the smaller ads, and in quarter, half, full and double page layouts for the others.
In every man's mind, some images, words and facts remain, without effort on his part to imprint them, which others forget, and afterwards these illustrate to him important laws.
The first say, 'Socrates is an evil-doer and a curious person, searching into things under the earth and above the heaven; and making the worse appear the better cause, and teaching all this to others.' The second, 'Socrates is an evil-doer and corrupter of the youth, who does not receive the gods whom the state receives, but introduces other new divinities.' These last words appear to have been the actual indictment (compare Xen.
There are certain occurrences which we are in the habit of calling "mental." Among these we may take as typical BELIEVING and DESIRING.
Surely there can be nothing in mere size, abstractly considered there can be nothing in mere bulk, so far as a volume is concerned, which has so continuously elicited admiration from these saturnine pamphlets!
"I suppose," said the priest, who seemed anxious to change the subject, "all these spears and things are from India?"