Schillers Wallenstein, Volume 4

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D.C. Heath & Company, 1902 - German language - 189 pages
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Page xxiv - The cloud doth gather, the greenwood roar, The damsel paces along the shore ; The billows they tumble with might, with might ; And she flings out her voice to the darksome night...
Page xlvii - Gindely, A. Waldstein während seines ersten Generalats im Lichte der gleichzeitigen Quellen. 1625-1630. — 1886. The same. The original and the translation (the latter by Andrew ten Brook, 2 vols., London and New York) of his History of the Thirty Years
Page xlv - The first house is the house of life; the second, of riches; the third, of brothers; the fourth, of parents; the fifth, of children; the sixth, of health; the seventh, of marriage; the eighth, of death; the ninth, of religion; the tenth, of dignities; the eleventh, of friends; and the twelfth, of enemies.
Page xlv - ... Saturn, but the sun and moon, named Sol and Luna, were counted as such. The beginning of the first house, on the point of the ecliptic just rising, is called the horoscope. The planets appearing in it and in other houses at the birth of a child determine its future. An aspect, = ^lanetenafpect, is the angle formed by the rays proceeding from two planets and meeting at the earth (Kepler).

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