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|The foolishness of old age does not characterize all who are old, but only the |
foolish. - Cicero, Marcus T. Every stage of ... Cicero, Marcus T. There is no one so
old as to not think they may live a day longer. - Cicero, Marcus T. No one is so old
|Cicero, Marcus T. Advice in old age is foolish; for what can be more absurd than |
to increase our provisions for the road the nearer we approach to our ... Cicero,
Marcus T. There is no one so old as to not think they may live a day longer.
|great was the joy they all felt over Perceval's sister, for it was a long time since |
they had seen her. ... so near the sea that it could be reached with two casts of a
lance, a man so old that no one would believe there could be anyone older in the
|So long as they love me, and, through my intentions, are rendered happy, I |
cannot ieel unhappy myself. ... during the day enjoyed comfort and pleasure
through me, and think thai they now rest in peace and bless their child ; then,
Fanny, ... it not. If parents are not kind, and worthy of respect, it may be hard, very
hard, to live entirely tor them; and this may, with truth, ... said I, somewhat piqued;
"and no one san admire thy parents more than I do; but I cannot away with it that
they can never ...
|Day after day as he bent his steps homeward, returning from some new effort to |
procure employment, Kit raised his eyes to the ... Still, I do consider that a week is
quite long enough for 'em to be rambling about; don't you say so? ... of the place
they've gone to, which is more than I can, my dear, for it's a very hard one.' 'I don't
believe it,' said Kit. 'Not a word ... but by great good luck the little old gentleman
had not yet arrived; at least there was no pony-chaise to be seen, and it was not ...
|But there is no remedy ; Mnses can no more go out, and come in, v. ... He is an |
hundred and twenty years old, and it is time for him to think of resigning his
honour and returning to his rest. ... So God had appointed it, and Moses
acquiesces : for I know not why we should any of us desire to live a day longer
than while God has work for us to ... One whose conduct and courage, and
sincere affection to their interest, they had had long experience of ; and one
whom God had ordained and ...
|On a pleasant summer's evening, I was standing on a rock, contemplating two |
vessels which urged their course along ... Old Man. Alas ! good Sir, so far from it,
no one is more slighted and abused. At this I wondered ; and looking more ... no
fixed habitation, nor do I continue long with any one ; so you must not expect it,
however great may be your wish. ... Well," said I, " how can people live here r " "
Oh," said Time, " they never beheld the pure light of the country I was born in, and
|that persons have a strong desire to live longer ; or that they are now very |
unprepared for death, both on temporal and ... in their day, and that it is of great
importance to their families and neighbours that they should live longer, is no
ground of ... may prove fatal before to-morrow, which yet it is impossible for us to
foresee I So, if we be very careful of our lives, and our ... worldly affairs, if you did
not think that continuance in the world is to be depended on for more days than
|I?shaw! untie the poor fellow; he did his best_it_was not his fault that |
Barebones lost. ... idea of the hazard run by the early settlers :_ ' I'll tell you what,
stranger, if you had lived in Old Kentuck as long as I have, ... When I first
remember this country, nobody could sleep of nights for fear of the Ingens, who
were so thick you couldn't see ... When they plough their fields, they every day
turn up the bones of their own colour and kin who have been scalped, ... I can't go
it any longer here.