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Page 472 - the Valleys of the Ohio and of the St. Lawrence, as far as 1750-1755. ' Detroit/ That officer ' buries plates of lead,' up and down the Country, with inscriptions signifying that ' from the farthest ridge, ' whence water trickled towards the Ohio, the Country belonged to ' France; and nails the Bourbon Lilies to the forest-trees; forbidding
Page 404 - Well, your Majesty, in former time, the notion being that mankind were naturally inclined to evil, a system of severity prevailed in schools: but now, when we recognise that the inborn inclination of men is rather to good than to evil schoolmasters have adopted a more generous procedure.
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Page 478 - Cork,—that this had happened, and also that;—and, in short, that Chaos had been very considerably prevalent in this Adventure of his ; and did still, in all that now lay round it, much prevail Poor man : very brave, they say; but without knowledge, except of fielddrill; a heart of iron, but brain mostly of pipeclay quality. A
Page 308 - eight weeks,'—an uncommonly frugal rate of board, for a man skilled in Hermeneutics, Hebraics, Polemics, Thetics, Exegetics, Pastorale, Morale (and Practical Christianity and the Philosophy of Zeno, carried to perfection, or nearly so)! ' And herewith this ' troubled History had its desired finish.' And our gray-whiskered, raw-boned, great-hearted Candidatus lay down to sleep, at the
Page 87 - back his offers, however, if he find the people indisposed. Which ' he did, to an extreme degree; nothing but vague talk, procras' tination, hesitation on the part of Briihl. This wretched little ' Briihl has twelve tailors always sewing for him, and three hundred ' and sixty-five suits of clothes: so many suits, all pictured in a
Page 578 - i. 848. Lloyd, ut suprd, i. 2-11 (who has solid information at first hand, having been an actor in these Wars. A man of great natural sagacity and insight; decidedly luminous and original, though of somewhat crabbed temper now and then; a man well worth hearing on this and on whatever else he handles). Tempelhof, Geschichte