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|Over 400 Quotes from Some of the Most Famous French Men and Women Ever |
to Live Hagopian Institute. Poverty may ... Jean de la Bruyere The court is like a
palace of marble; it's composed of people very hard and very polished. Jean de
|La Bruyere, Jean De The court is like a palace of marble; it's composed of people |
very hard and very polished. - La Bruyere, Jean De Laws are felt only when the
individual comes into conflict with them. - Lafollette, Suzanne Lawyers I suppose
|The court is like a palace built of marble ; I mean that it is made up of very hard |
and very polished people. Bmiyere. A court attendance seems pleasant to those
who have never tried it ; a little experience convinces us of its irksomeness.
|The following brief, but just and spirited delineation of what has been commonly |
considered the most splendid period in the ... which have marked the progress of
our own happy government: — may the virtues of its people, and the wisdom of
its rulers, long interpose a barrier to the introduction of like causes and like effects
. ... not this court so brilliant and so polished; trust not your eyes beyond those
sumptuous palaces. these marbles animated by ... To which Burnet made this
|The following brief, but just and ppirited delineation of what has been commonly |
considered the most splendid period in the ... 0f its people, and the wisdom of its
rulers, long inter-pose a barrier to the introduction of like causes and like effects.
... Consider Lewis XIV. in the midst ofhis court,nolhing can be more magnificent
than the spectacle; surrounded by the ... not this ecurt so brilliant and so polished;
trust not your eyes beyond those sumptuous palaces, theso marbles animated by
|It is the white marble outside of the Taj and its beautiful position which make it |
wonderful. ... It is a vast place, about two miles round I believe, and all built of
hard red sandstone ; the mere walls are splendid from their ... a place like that I
We saw the old palaces and harems, all of polished white marble, and inner
courts of elaborately carved red sandstone. ... All these places are doubly
interesting because during the Mutiny a very large number of people took refuge
in them and were ...
|La Bruyere calls the courtier " hard and polished, like the marble of a palace. ... |
Gentle towards his people, he greets the very housemaids kindly, as Louis XIV.
did the garden-weeders of Versailles. ... beheld its decline ; Madame de
Pompadour uttered no word that he could not repeat to you, nor did Madame du
Barry commit a folly that he has not shrined in his memory ; he knows by heart all
the etiquette of the Court, whether the old or the new ; and will discourse of the
King's hunting ...
|Behind the hall of pillars, and close under the mountain, are the remains of a very |
large building (p. ... A little to the west of this, you ascend by a stone- staircase,
into a magnificent court of a quadrangular form. ... [Sacy, from the Persian
Mythology, and its occurrence upon coins, makes this figure a spiritual being
called Farouher, meaning the Principle of Sensation. ... chiefly of hard blue stone,
but the doors and windows of the apartments are all of black marble, polished
like a mirror.
|There is an ascent from the village Escurial to the palace through fine walks of |
elms, planted in four rows, about halt a doors which open into ... PHILIP- is
separated from the court before the principal PVS II, OMNlVM HISPANIĆ
REGNORVM, front, by a dwarf wall ... a college, a monastery, shops of tradesmen
and artificers, and the dwelling-houses of great numbers of people. ... so perfectly
well cut and polissied, that it looks like marble, and each corner is flanked by a
|In the very heart of the city largo ships are discharging their cargoes ; tho masts of |
ships are seen among the houses, above ... a substitute for stucco, and by its use
a perfectly smooth and polished surface was obtained, nearly as hard as marble.
... with various and brilliant colours, and embellished with subjects either in the
centre, or at equal distances like panels. ... Tho doors of their houses, being
formed of wood, have been reduced to charcoal by tho burning lava, and, of