Etruscos celebrare viros, testudinis arcus, Urna, tholus, statuæ, templa, domusque petunt.

Si autem ex veneratione magna precipere non praesumitur, laudanda est. Augustine asks, Si post illusionem, quae per somnum solet accidere, vel corpus Domine quilibet accipere valeat; vel, si sacerdos sit, sacra mysteria celebrare.

Of the praises of gods and heroes, there is not now extant a more beautiful composition, than the 12th Ode of the first book of Horace: Quem virum aut heroa lyra vel acri Tibia sumes celebrare, Clio? Quem Deum? cujus recinet jocosa Nomen imago, Aut in umbrosis Heliconis oris, etc. What man, what hero, on the tuneful lyre, Or sharp-toned flute, will Clio choose to raise, Deathless, to fame?

How it was that Christianity was able, mediately, to generate the principle of honor, is a separate problem. But this is the true solution of that common casuistical question about duelling. 'Celebrare domestlca facta. HOR.

"Drink no more, sir, I beg; you'll be ill to-morrow," said I to the Dominie. "Deprome quadrimum," hiccuped the Dominie. "Carpe diem quam minimum creula postero. Sing, friend Dux Quem virum sumes celebrare music amicus. Where's my pattypan? "Propria quae maribus had a little dog, Quae genus was his name "My memory faileth me what was the tune?"

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.