It was in much the same way that Britain was a Roman
Then the next one higher than it, but just beyond it, is called 'MERCY'--in all probability a corruption or familiarisation of the word MERCIA, with a Roman
But that honor, perhaps were not fit for monarchies; except it be in the person of the monarch himself, or his sons; as it came to pass in the times of the Roman
emperors, who did impropriate the actual triumphs to themselves, and their sons, for such wars as they did achieve in person; and left only, for wars achieved by subjects, some triumphal garments and ensigns to the general.
The process by which Britain became England was a part of the long agony which transformed the Roman
Empire into modern Europe.
Still, they were not ignorant of my reading, and I remember how proud I was when a certain boy, who had always whipped me when we fought together, and so outranked me in that little boys' world, once sent to ask me the name of the Roman
emperor who lamented at nightfall, when he had done nothing worthy, that he had lost a day.
Thus, the Roman
abbey, the philosophers' church, the Gothic art, Saxon art, the heavy, round pillar, which recalls Gregory VII.
and it was also possible that He would be pitiful to those who had had no chance of learning the truth,--this was reasonable enough, though such were the activities of the Missionary Society there could not be many in this condition--but if the chance had been theirs and they had neglected it (in which category were obviously Roman
Catholics and Dissenters), the punishment was sure and merited.
You were talking about yourself," replied the Roman
Catholicism is, so to speak, simply the same thing as unchristianity," he added with flashing eyes, which seemed to take in everybody in the room.
here shouted a Roman
soldier in a hoarse, rough voice, which appeared to issue from the regions of Pluto "lower away the basket with the accursed coin which it has broken the jaw of a noble Roman
Well, my name is Christabel Carstairs; and my father was that Colonel Carstairs you've probably heard of, who made the famous Carstairs Collection of Roman
Hence arose those frequent rebellions against the Romans
in Spain, France, and Greece, owing to the many principalities there were in these states, of which, as long as the memory of them endured, the Romans
always held an insecure possession; but with the power and long continuance of the empire the memory of them passed away, and the Romans
then became secure possessors.