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Страница 447 - prove all things, and to hold fast that which is good
Страница 56 - Paris, by those who were my subjects, and deprived, during eleven days, of all communication with even my family, and moreover implicated in a trial, the issue of which it is impossible to foresee, on account of the passions of men, having no one, save God, as a witness of my thoughts, or to whom I can address myself, declare here, in his presence, my last wishes and sentiments.
Страница 17 - Probable evidence is essentially distinguished from demonstrative by this, that it admits of degrees; and of all variety of them, from the highest moral certainty, to the very lowest presumption. We cannot indeed say a thing is probably true upon one very slight presumption for it; because, as there may be probabilities on both sides of a question, there may be some against it: and though there be not, yet a slight presumption does not beget that degree of conviction, which is implied in saying a...
Страница 263 - Sproul, retired alternately, keeping up a brisk fire until they got under cover of the works. The enemy's light troops occupied the houses near the bridge, and kept up a constant firing from the windows and balconies, and annoyed us much. I ordered...
Страница 323 - President shall appoint, the sum of five thousand dollars, as a remuneration for monies laid out by the said tribe, and for services rendered by their chiefs and agents in securing the title to the Green Bay lands, and in removal to the same, the same to be aportioned out to the several claimants by the chiefs of the said party and a United States' Commissioner, as may be deemed by them equitable and just.
Страница 57 - I recommend my son, if he has the misfortune to become king, to remember that he owes himself to the happiness of his fellow -citizens, to forget all hatred and resentment, and especially that which relates to the misfortunes and sorrows I now undergo.
Страница 362 - The purport of the document, which I read repeatedly word by word, comparing the French with the English, was this: It was a solemn abdication of the crown of France in favor of Louis Philippe, by Charles Louis, the son of Louis XVI...
Страница 182 - I do, how long she has been the subject of prayer ; what numberless prayers have been put up to God for her by many holy souls now in Heaven ? as well as many who yet remain on earth? How many groans and fervent prayers can these ears...
Страница 374 - Father, mercifully to look upon our infirmities; and, for the glory of thy Name, turn from us all those evils that we most justly have deserved ; and grant, that in all our troubles we may put our whole trust and confidence in thy mercy, and evermore serve thee in holiness and pureness of living, to thy honor and glory; through our only Mediator and Advocate, Jesus Christ our Lord.
Страница 131 - His costume was that of the old regime, absurdly modified by the alterations which time had introduced in the habits of men. He wore velvet boots reaching up above the. knees, that the rubbing of the leather should not hurt his legs (frequently suffering from gout), and to preserve at the same time the military costume of kings on horseback.