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|... so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up No untroubled day has ever |
dawned for me Disease is not of the body but of the place The fates lead the
willing, and drag the unwilling Fate rules the affairs of men, with no recognizable
order The ...
|Seneca If thou art a man, admire those who attempt great things, even though |
they fail. - Seneca Fate leads the willing, and drags along the reluctant. - Seneca
Fate rules the affairs of men, with no recognizable order. - Seneca The fates lead
Connie Robertson - 1998 - 669 pages
|10054 Table Talk 'Of a King' A king is a thing men have made for their own sakes, |
for quietness' sake. Just as in a family one man is appointed to buy the meat.
10055 Table ... 10075 Fate rules the affairs of mankind with no recognizable
|The shaft aimed at the Queen, whose rity was not vindicated by the Party in place|
, fell so ess that no one was willing to own that it had been aimed t direction.
dozen honest and capable Members of Parliament change the fate of England. ...
other faction is of little importr' Robert Peel once said that he wished the people of
.nd would take their afi'airs into their own hands. ... We may t say, indeed, that it is
recognised in everything but n affairs. But is there, then, no rule in foreign affairs
|The empress of France was delivered, on the 20th of April, of a son, to the great |
joy of the trench people, and to the apparent ... The new crown-prince of Sweden,
upon the retirement of the king, in March, through indisposition, from public affairs
, ... the people over whom he was fated to rule : his highness evinced even some
symptoms of good feeling towards England, ... Mr. Pinckncy, the American
resident, in consequence of no relaxation of the orders of council taking place,
|really is Martino with Colonel Azarin's earlier interrogations, interrogations that |
show the Americans have no more ... or lost biological parts on the subject's
identity and humanity: when a man is no longer recognizable, is he still who he
was? ... ring with a heavy ball and funded by the same Energy Corporation that
happens to be sole manager of all world affairs. ... tries to force him into
retirement just as the penalty rules are about to be thrown out of the game,
Jonathan is reluctant and ...
|This Emir who, as Serikin Musulmi (Commander of the Faithful) claimed and was |
recognised to be the Head of all the Moslems in West Africa, felt that there could
be no peace between him and the British ... He mobilized every available man
under him, and at the end of January, 1903, a small but compact force of barely
1,100 men of all arms, under ... it was evident that the great majority of the
peasants looked upon the British as deliverers from the hated and crushing rule
of the Emirs.
|For this, if for no other reason, nothing but an exhaustive inquiry will be |
productive or satisfactory. ... But the larger aspect is that of the influence of the
drug on the bulk of the people who use it indiscriminately : and concerning ...
Some years since, it may be recollected, the Board of Trinity College, Dublin,
promulgated an order to its Medical Registrar, the Rev. Dr, Haughton, that, for the
future, no certificates should be recognised which emanated from a certain
medical school in Dublin, ...
|It is a good practical rule in such eases to withhold assent, till we find, after a |
certain lapse of time, that the same desire ... Our poet has unquestionably the
best of the argument; the morality of the afi'air is altogether on his side; for, no ...
pages may hespeak The mind untaught, and pitifully weak, And a mistaken
chivalry of heart Bid man uphold an erring ... Should watchful envy to this record
turn; How she will weep o'er her unhappy fate, Forced to condemn her whom she
|In saying this we are not violating our rule against entering into politics, for |
practically all ... A man may have an equal vote with every other citizen in
choosing the central Government, but if the local affairs of his parish are all
settled for him by ...