What a far-extending influence does each of these names represent! The writing of books is perhaps the likeliest of all avenues by which to carry religious influence to the most select minds. See especially ch. lxi. 1-3. See Ewald's Introduction to The Prophets. "Bonorum ingeniorum insignis est indoles, in verbis verum amare, non verba.

At hoc pravum, malignumque est, non admirari hominem admiratione dignissimum, quia videre, complecti, nec laudare tantum, verum etiam amare contingit. I had just entered on my seventeenth year, when the sonnets of Mr. I refer to Dr. Middleton, the truly learned, and every way excellent Bishop of Calcutta: qui laudibus amplis Ingenium celebrare meum, calamumque solebat, Calcar agens animo validum.

"Id imprimis cavere oportebit, ne studia, qui amare nondum potest, oderit, et amaritudinem semel perceptam etiam ultra rudes annos reformidet." Quintil. The more I urge my method of letting well alone, the more objections I perceive against it. If your pupil learns nothing from you, he will learn from others.

Her cousins, coming to fetch her soon after six o'clock, found her ready to go out, but so absorbed in a guide-book of Siena that she did not hear Maria's knock at the door. She had resolved that she would apply art and archæology as plasters to the wound life had given her already. She would stay her heart's hunger with moods and tenses, but not of the verb "amare."

Amare divinum est et humanum." "Father Beret, can you help me?" "Spiritually speaking, my son?" "I mean, can you hide Mademoiselle Roussillon in some safe place, if I take her out of the prison yonder? That's just what I mean. Can you do it?" "Your question is a remarkable one. Have you thought upon it from all directions, my son? Think of your position, your duty as an officer."

He left by himself, craving for knowledge and glory and pleasure, his heart full of longing for what he knew not, and melancholy without cause. What was going to become of him in the great, unknown city? Amare et amari. "To love and to be loved." Confessions, III, i. "I went to Carthage, where shameful loves bubbled round me like boiling oil."

Dempsey's lodgers except the things that were not mysterious. One of Mr. Kipling's poems is addressed to "Ye who hold the unwritten clue to all save all unwritten things." The same "readers" are invited to tackle the foregoing assertion. Mr. Brunelli, being impressionable and a Latin, fell to conjugating the verb "amare," with Katy in the objective case, though not because of antipathy.

We can never be without our chance, if we are ready to keep the miracle of love green in our hearts by humble service. The primal duties shine aloft like stars. The charities that soothe and heal and bless, Are scattered at the feet of man like flowers. Non simul cuiquam conceditur, amare et sapere. Thackeray, Roundabout Papers. Proverbs xvii. 17, R. V. margin. The Fruits of Friendship

Suddenly a succession of words broke upon the stillness breathless words, spoken in a language which not everybody could have translated. He recognized the voice. It said: "EGO TE AMARE TANTUM! NON VOLERE? NON PIACERE? NON CAPIRE? O Lord, can't you understand?" It was Mr. Marten's voice. Mr. Marten was being romantic. No answer came to his fervent pleadings. Perhaps they were not coherent enough.

He was at that time so overwhelmed by it, that it is the first thing he thinks of when he relates his years at Carthage. "To love and be loved" seems to him, as to his dear Alexandrine poets, the single object of life. Yet he was not in love, "but he loved the idea of love." Nondum amabam, et amare amabam ... amare amans....