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|Pub. Syr. Nil rectum nisi quod placuit sibi ducunt— They deem nothing right |
except what seems good to themselves, //or. ... Pr. Nil tarn inestimable est quam
animi multi- tudinis — Nothing is so contemptible as the sentiments of the mob.
|Emerson said that the masses “have no habit of self-reliance or original action.” |
Seneca said that “nothing is so contemptible as the sentiments of the mob.”
Thoreau said the mass “never comes up to the standard of its best member, but
on the ...
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Seneca What once were vices are manners now. - Seneca Nothing is so
contemptible as the sentiments of the mob. - Seneca It is medicine, not scenery,
for which a ...
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|once, as cold, as melancholy, and as contemptible as the paint on the checks of a |
dead clown! ... seen in Virgil's famous passage, where he illustrates the
subsiding of the ocean by the calming of a popular tumult, when the mob, ... to
believe in nothing but “ brute force,” the “ brute force” of police ; wealth ; a rich
church; and an aristocracy without sentiment. ... Is it so absurd then to try and find
|There is so much profession of what is not felt; there is so much pretence to |
friendship for selfish purposes; and there is so ... that the friendly sentiments of an
honest heart are frequently wrung with anguish at the black suspicion that
attaches to us ... Perhaps there is no meaner exhibition of a contemptible soul
than the desertion, without cause, of those to whom we ... be arraigned, and you
be brought forward as a witness sworn to tell the truth, the whole truth, and
nothing but the truth.
|... troops in Florida were compelled to overcome enemies to which the Indian |
force was insignificant, and even contemptible. ... The gentleman from North
Carolina expresses no doubt the sentiments of the whole Whig party, that the
diplomatic corps of our Government in ... Nothing was so horrid to tnem, last year,
as "proscription for opinion's sake. .... Hogsheads □ • 46,511 Bartels □ □ •
6,978 "Cotton at Mobile, Alabama, (from Mobile Letter Sheet:) Cotton in 1939 - - '
|ing his sentiments, something might. inadvertently escape from him, which, as a |
member of the committee, he ought not to divulge. ... when it was given to the
king it became the king's army, and the law must not leave matters so loose with
respect to it, as to allow the possibility of any question arising, whether it should
be the army of the King or the army of the 'mob. ... by the noble lord, foolish and
criminal as they were, he agreed that nothing could be more absurd or
|Their ears, so long attuned to flattery, cannot hear the discordance of rebuke—it “ |
grates harsh thunder” upon that delicate organ. ... the Right Honourable
Gentleman who uttered this bit of raving (for it is nothing better) is in a frame of
mind perfectly reasonable? ... Gentleman, are, quoad that difl'erence of sentiment
, men of little minds, incapables, a faction ! ... Not to repeat what is said upon a
sect so contemptible having drawn such an ebullition of anger from such a
person, it is asked ...
|... condemned the conduct of M. Thiers's Administration ; but we confess that it |
never appeared to us so contemptible as in his ... M. Thiers would accede to
nothing, and could effect nothing. llis tale may almost be summed up in this
conclusion-— ... or to exclude France from the other powers; no bad intention
was entertained toward: her, no hostile sentiment ,- they ... They did so, and she
ought to have expected this ; the thing was not dune with all the courtesy which
she had a right to ...
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