That in the beginning when the world was young there were a great
many thoughts but no such thing as a truth.
The emperor's palace is in the centre of the city where the two great
They have, however, preserved the belief of our principal mysteries; they celebrate with a great
deal of piety the passion of our Lord; they reverence the cross; they pay a great
devotion to the Blessed Virgin, the angels, and the saints; they observe the festivals, and pay a strict regard to the Sunday.
said the niece, "that you should know so much, uncle- enough, if need be, to get up into a pulpit and go preach in the streets -and yet that you should fall into a delusion so great
and a folly so manifest as to try to make yourself out vigorous when you are old, strong when you are sickly, able to put straight what is crooked when you yourself are bent by age, and, above all, a caballero when you are not one; for though gentlefolk may he so, poor men are nothing of the kind
The two great
points of difference between a democracy and a republic are: first, the delegation of the government, in the latter, to a small number of citizens elected by the rest; secondly, the greater number of citizens, and greater sphere of country, over which the latter may be extended.
The weakling and the saphead have often great
ability to charm the fair sex, while the fighting man who can face a thousand real dangers unafraid, sits hiding in the shadows like some frightened child.
Standing erect upon it he threw out his great
chest, raised his face toward the heavens and gave voice to so horrid a scream that once again the little girl shuddered and shrank.
For the same thing may be small in comparison with one thing, and great
in comparison with another, so that the same thing comes to be both small and great
at one and the same time, and is of such a nature as to admit contrary qualities at one and the same moment.
At nightfall, once in the olden time, on the rugged side of one of the Crystal Hills, a party of adventurers were refreshing themselves, after a toilsome and fruitless quest for the Great
Stone Face, then, was a work of Nature in her mood of majestie playfulness, formed on the perpendicular side of a mountain by some immense rocks, which had been thrown together in such a position as, when viewed at a proper distance, precisely to resemble the features of the human countenance.
Having reached Gun Creek, an important stream coming from the left, Captain Bonneville turned up its course, to traverse the mountain and avoid the great
bend of Snake River.
The natures of those two winds that share the dominions of the great
oceans are fundamentally different.