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Page 173 - Some seek diversion in the tented field, And make the sorrows of mankind their sport. But war's a game, which, were their subjects wise, Kings should not play at. Nations would do well To extort their truncheons from the puny hands Of heroes, whose infirm and baby minds Are gratified with mischief, and who spoil, Because men suffer it, their toy the world.
Page 354 - ... allowances to be made in probate. The statute used the words "the party". There, as here, the specific words used in the statute were urgently relied on. The court held that the word "the" is not always used to mean but one. On page 484 the court said: "Take the well-worn and well-wearing quotation : ' The man that hath not music in himself, is fit for treason, stratagem, and spoils.
Page 187 - ... in France and in Austria, in both the East and West Indies, in the city of Philadelphia, and at the Cape of Good Hope. Literary notices of the epidemic may be found scattered in nearly all the medical periodicals, both British and foreign ; and what is most singular, it appears to have broken out in the four quarters of the globe at one and the same time, and to have been influenced in its rise, progress, and decline by one universal cause.
Page 255 - UE<1 lo, anchi, sono pittore;" it will be a consolation to me to reflect, that I have...
Page 371 - Twas but a kindred-sound to move, For pity melts the mind to love. Softly sweet, in Lydian measures Soon he soothed his soul to pleasures. War, he sung, is toil and trouble, Honour but an empty bubble; Never ending, still beginning...
Page 70 - ... on the Corn Exchange (the father had a nice place at Hampstead), he, Julius, was credited, like Offenbach, with having the Evil Eye. Dupplin met him at some Bohemian gathering, and walking home together Julius told Duppy he was so unhappy he intended to commit suicide that night. Goodnatured Duppy told him not to make a fool of himself, but to go over to Paris and wait for him there, at the same time giving him some money to settle some old outstanding accounts in the French capital. In due course...