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|Dye, James Those who are purporting this one-world government ideology seek |
to achieve the pinnacle of power like so many that came ... Dye, James Much
history of the world has been lost. How magnificent and confusing what's left is.
|In this orgy of voodoo, race hatred, madness, and erotomania, Alejo Carpentier records the destruction of King Henri Christophe's black regime, which was built on the same corruption and contempt for human life that brought down French rule ...|
Henry Smith Williams - 1909
|I know not where I am, so much do they agitate and perplex me ! ... What will |
become of me, to whom God intrusts it? I am lost, I know it well ! ... His last words
were that he was glad he left no male child to wear the crown after him. This
prince, who was so guilty and so unhappy, whose name has been handed down
from generation to generation, loaded with ... Francis I, and verses of his have
been preserved, which are far superior to those of the captive at Pavia —
beautiful verses, ...
Henry Smith Williams - 1904
|What wicked counsel I have had ! O my God, pardon me and grant me mercy ! I |
know not where I am, so much do they agitate and perplex me ! What will become
of all this country ? What will become of me, to whom God intrusts it?
Henry Smith Williams - 1904
|"They burst the enemy's ranks," says old Brompton,' "as if they had been but |
spiders' webs. ... standard; but at last, with broken spears and swords, they
ceased to attack — paused, retreated, and then fled in confusion. ... He is said to
have lost twelve thousand men at Northallerton. ... Though the Scots were left in
possession of Cumberland and Westmoreland, and Prince Henry invested with
the earldom ...
|No record of him now remains ; but he mnst have been a man worth knowing and |
worth loving, or he would not have won the wife ... Humphrey and Adrian Gilbert,
who afterwards, both of them, rise to knighthood, are — what are they not?
soldiers, ... he can recollect, is the flash of joy on every face which proclaims that
Mary Tudor is dead, and Elizabeth reigns at lost. .... the History of the World, his
own career as s statesman— as a king, (for he might have been king had he
chosen,) all ...
Maggie Keswick, Alison Hardie - 2003 - 240 pages
|When people asked what 1 was working on, their reaction was nearly always the |
same: a book on Chinese gardens - who ever ... Even in the East they are
something of a lost art; in the West the words seldom call up any image at all - or
if they do, it is likely ... Confusing and dense, dominated by huge rock piles and a
great number of buildings all squeezed into innumerable, often very ... But in their
long history they have also been, in quite a real way, the background for a
|When we look into the history of this world, two things are seen upon nearly every |
page — man's ignorance and man's wickedness. History presents another truth :
the most ignorant individuals and nations have been the most vicious and
degraded. ... While ignorant of the laws of nature, man has connected with some
of her most beautiful and benevolent operations, .... of business have no time to
study ; that what is every body's business is nobody's ; that a man may know too
much for ...
|You took away our alphabet, our history! ... “I have four brothers and sisters,” |
Natasha replied, drumming her desk like a podium. “I'm the only one who got ... “
Everyone is literate and the children of peasants have been educated at
university. What a magnificent achievement! How sad ... You send a million
people to Siberia and, of course, there's no one left but the peasants.” “It's thanks
... “Don't confuse the natural development of society with some sort of
achievement of communism!