John Lothrop, or Lathrop, as it was more commonly spelled, married his daughter. Too well do I recall the warnings-the sympathetic shadow-winged prophecies-of the stern saint of Light.
He was twice married, and had ten children, four of the first marriage and six of the last. He was wilful, impetuous, sometimes supercilious, always fastidious. I think nobly of the soul, and no way approve his opinion.
Motley's first serious effort in historical composition was an article of fifty pages in "The North American Review" for October, It must not be supposed, for an instant, that if Bacon wrote the plays he did not appreciate them.
It was mainly through the principles he acquired in the Vatican that he restored a degraded de- partment of painting to its former splen- dour. Of all the floures in the mede, Than love I most these floures white and rede, Soch that men callen daisies in our toun.
Allan and representative D. Scarcely one of the learned went boldly to the root of the imposture, and showed that Shakespeare could not have written such utter trash. The ringing brook and the singing bird come over the hills. There are portraits by him which would not be thought contemptible if they were from the pencil of an artist without pretensions; but bis choicest works are poor perform- ances for the most celebrated painters of a generation.
Ships are but boards, sailors but men; there be land-rats and water-rats, land-thieves and water-thieves.
Why should he, when it is plain that Dryden was wholly in the dark himself I To understand it is none of my business, but I confess that it interests me as an Americanism. One of the precepts of Gaudy was that a picture ought to have a richness in its texture, as if the colours had been composed of cream or cheese, and the reverse to a hard and husky, or dry manner.
The plays came into existence in obscurity. In place of" money" I must offer arLn; in place of " falsehood " I must present Y'r-uth; instead of "fashion" I must preach Freedon,; I must substitute for " lust" the holy principle of love; instead of " war," my voice must ever be for Peace; and in place of " parties " in government and " sects " in religion, I must insist upon unmixed Princ;ples, and the familyhood and equality of all members of the human raoe.
His blunders and blindness are forgiven; but his lynx-eyed, self-justifying, willful intellect, which would crush millions to gain power and wealth, is anathematized and forever excluded from heaven. Had there been any feeling in it, there had been baseness in his address to Charles.
Friendship is constant in all other things, Save'in the office and affairs of love: I don't know a living soul in it. Two lovely berries moulded on one stem. John Osborne Sargent, who was a year before him in college, says, in a very interesting letter with which he has favored me: Both, we suspect, were taken from miniatures, and are no exception to the cen- sure of Reynolds, which was confined to her pictures in oil.
Describing the Dutch prizes, rather like an auctioneer than a poet, he says that "Some English wool, vexed in a Belgian loom, And into cloth of spongy softness made, Did into France or colder Denmark doom, To ruin with worse ware our staple trade.
Carlyle, surpasses him, and in analysis of character he is elaborate and distinct. Scaliger said of Erasmus: Therefore, Jew, Though justice be thy plea, consider this, That in the course of justice none of us Should see salvation: Could I come near your beauty with my nails, I'd set my ten commandments' in your face.
To Kant the existence, of a moral law within the soul was the very demonstration of a life transcending the present order of being. The lyfe so short, the craft so long to lerne, Th' assay so hard, so sharpe the.
Those who remember Mary Benjamin find it hard to speak of her in the common terms of praise which they award to the good and the lovely. The Travels of Sir John Mandeville: The Memoirs of Louis XIV., His Court and The Regency, V12 At any rate, he was like John Bull in one respect: he was sturdy and square, and fit to hold his own with any man.
but after that he was one of the best, in many ways that can not be described. Also there was a pair of negroes, simply and.
Savage religion mysterious — Why this is so — Australians in — Sir John Lubbock — Roskoff — Evidence of religion — Mr. Manning — Mr. Howitt — Supreme beings — Mr. Tylor’s theory of borrowing — Reply — Morality sanctioned — Its nature — Satirical rite —“Our Father”— Mr.
Ridley on a creator — Mr. Langloh Parker — Dr. Roth — Conclusion — Australians’ religious. But the people of the village did not welcome Jesus because he was on his way to Jerusalem. When James and John saw this, they said to Jesus, “Lord, should we call down fire from heaven to burn them up?” But Jesus turned and rebuked them.(Like )-(2) “And one of them struck the servant of the high priest, cutting off his right ear.
You must stick to the general policy of the paper, and be tenderly respectful to John Wesley’s memory.” “‘Sir,’ said I, smacking his hand, ‘for five guineas a column I’d be tenderly respectful to King Ahab himself, if you cared to insist upon it.
To the average ratepayer such a scheme would appear the veriest midsummer madness. Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino. Samuel Butler. Shakespeare sometimes errs and grievously, he is as one of his own best men “moulded out of faults,” who “for the most become much more the better, for being a little bad;” Handel, if he puts forth his strength at all, is unerring: he gains the maximum of effect.
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