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|"I may be accused of rashness but not of sluggishness." NAPOLEON, 6 MAY, |
1796, to the Executive Direction, Correspondence, Vol. 1, NO. 337 (1858-1870) A
HUNDRED MILES OUTSIDE LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO, the glare from the ...
|He alone, by his will and superior insight, can conquer and overcome all |
difficulties. ... M I may be accused of rashness, but not of sluggishness.63 It is by
vigor and energy that one spares his troops, earns their esteem, and forces some
of it on ...
|Lest he might be accused of rashness, for promising so fully that they should be |
all safe, he bringeth in God for his author and witness. Neither is it to be doubted
but that he was fully persuaded that it was a true vision, so that he did not fear
Satan's jugglings. .... means; and surely God cloth not, therefore, commend his
power to the faithful, that they may give themselves to sluggishness and
|I may be accused of rashness, but not of sluggishness." It is by vigor and energy |
that one spares his troops, earns their esteem, and forces some of it on the
reprobates.“ You must not needlessly fatigue troops.“ You must avoid
|He was near the bank, so his rescue was attended with no difficulty, but his |
fingers were so benumbed with the intense cold ... Well knowing that the stream,
although sluggish, would invest our trip with some risk, we provided ourselves
with a rope about ... skaters ; and although I may be accused of preaching what I
have not always practised, I venture to hope that these records of casualties may
suggest caution rather than rashness, in which case they will not have been
given in vain.
|If you had not confidently, it might have been rashly, said, " I will do it ;" — would |
not every requisite of determinate ... every thing really worth the getting is forced
round by difficulties, through which nothing but determined vigor can force a way.
|Even our Lord when in the flesh was accused of complicity with Beelzebub. ... |
The cold and sluggish have counted him an enthusiast. ... The scars of his
service therefore are upon him, but not a scar in the back. ... Bold without
rashness, determined after duly considering resources, strong not in ... If mistakes
were made by J ob, and Moses, and David, and Paul, we may not reject Mr.
Swan if he sometimes erred in judgment, and sometimes unnecessarily differed
in methods from his ...
|14), that they may be animated to duty when they hear that they are the |
ambassadors of God, to whom they must one day render an account of the
province committed to ... These men not only speak evil of dignities, but would not
even have God to reign over them (1 Sam. vii. ... not be defined absolutely
without rashness, since the nature of the discussion depends on circumstances.
... If in this they are sluggish or little careful, they are perfidious traitors to their
office and their country.
|The world for which he had so thirsted, sacrificed, and toiled, was closed upon |
him “ for ever,” and by his own faults of rashness and presumption. But Glyndon's
was not of that nature which submits long to condemn itself. His indignation ...
|... I became indignant, and at once resolved, at all hazards, to defend this List, |
and to resent the rashness and violence of those ... Sir, let it not be supposed that
the laborious multitude of this country, although they may express themselves in
... and, that they might not— impartiality in all things being a virtue with them —
be accused, in making the division, of picking ... the chasm should not be filled up
, and to that extent there would be a sluggish benefit to the Exchequer ; but so far