Historical Illustrations of the Origin and Progress of the Passions, and Their Influence on the Conduct of Mankind: With Some Subordinate Sketches of Human Nature and Human Life, Том 2
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, 1825 - 1002 страници
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affection alike amidst ancient Aristotle arrogance arts become behold Brantome Cicero condition contemplation courage cruel death desire Dioclesian Diogenes Laertius dread duty Emperor enemies enjoyments Epictetus escape esteem eternity evil existence eyes fate favour feelings felicity female fortitude fortune friends hands happy honour human humble illustrious imperfections indignities indulgence innocent intolerable justice king labour less Louis XIV Malebranche mankind Marshal de Biron ment mental mind mortal nature neighbours never observation occupied opinions ourselves pain passions Pausanias peace perhaps perish philosopher Plato pleasure Pliny the elder Plutarch possession preserve prisoner propensities proved punishment pursuits Pythis reason refused repose reputation resignation Roman seems self-controul sensations sense of dishonour sentiments Sextus Aurelius Victor shame shew sions soul Strabo subsistence suffer suicide Tacitus temperate things tion torn tranquillity truth Valerius Maximus virtue virtuous vita weak wound
Страница 311 - The tender and delicate woman among you, which would not adventure to set the sole of her foot upon the ground for delicateness and tenderness...
Страница 113 - One man will be obliged to hear the voice of his son imploring help of his father, when his hands are bound. But certainly our hands are still at liberty, and have a sword in them ; let them, then, be subservient to us in our glorious design ; let us die before we become slaves under our enemies and let us go out of the world, together with our children and our wives, in a state of freedom.
Страница 458 - Then he called hastily unto the young man his armourbearer, and said unto him, Draw thy sword, and slay me, that men say not of me, A woman slew him.
Страница 278 - No mention shall be made of coral, or of pearls; for the price of wisdom is above rubies. The topaz of Ethiopia shall not equal it, neither shall it be valued with pure gold.
Страница 175 - I am not able to reward thee for this act of kindness. But Alexander will not let thee go without a recompense ; and the gods will reward Alexander for his humanity to my mother, to my wife, and children. Tell him I gave him my hand, for I give it thee in his stead," So saying, he took the hand of Polystratus, and immediately expired.
Страница 110 - Then said Saul to his armourbearer, Draw thy sword, and thrust me through therewith ; lest these uncircumcised come and abuse me. But his armourbearer would not ; for he was sore afraid. So Saul took a sword, and fell upon it.
Страница 315 - he observed to Major Hook, " have one advantage over us kings of Kandy : — they have counsellors about them, who never allow them to do any thing in a passion, and that is the reason you have so few punishments ; but unfortunately for us, the offender is dead, before our resentment has subsided.
Страница 439 - On Thursday, October 29th, he was conducted to the scaffold, in Old Palace-yard. His countenance was cheerful ; and he said, "I desire to be borne withal, for this is the third day of my fever; and if I shall show any weakness, I beseech you to attribute it to my malady, for this is the hour in which it was wont to come.