A strange turn this to a religion of peace, and yet for many a century the sword and the faith had upheld each other and in a darkened world the best ideal of the soldier had turned in some dim groping fashion toward the light. "Benedictus dominus deus meus qui docet manus meas ad Praelium et digitos meos ad bellum!" There spoke the soul of the knightly soldier.

.... A cow in walking does not, as is popularly supposed, pick up all her feet at once, but only one of them at a time. Which one depends upon circumstances. The cow is but an indifferent pedestrian. H‘c fabula docet that one should not keep three-fourths of his capital lying idle. .... The Quail is a very timorous bird, who never achieves anything notable, yet he has a crest.

"Educat nutrix, instituit paedagogus, docet magister." Thus, education, discipline, and instruction are three things as different in their purpose as the dame, the usher, and the teacher. But these distinctions are undesirable and the child should only follow one guide.

King David "remembered Him upon his bed, and meditated upon Him in the night-watches." Keturah does not undertake to contradict Scripture, but she has come to the conclusion that David was either a very good man, or he didn't lie awake very often. But, over and above all, haec fabula docet: 5. That people who can sleep when they want to should keep Thanksgiving every day in the year.

This seemed a poor return after the amount of labour we had gone through; however, "experientia docet," and we determined that this should be our last attempt at orang shooting, and, hoisting our prize on to the shoulders of the faithful Bakar, we set out to regain the sampan. This, however, proved no easy task.

I again assure the reader that in this narrative I have set down nothing that was not actually dreamed, and much, very much of this wonderful vision I have been obliged to omit. Haec fabula docet: It is dangerous for a young man to leave off the use of tobacco. I wish I could fitly celebrate the joyousness of the New England winter. Perhaps I could if I more thoroughly believed in it.

We read your melodious story through, but we have read other stories since, and only its haec fabula docet remains very fresh. You will be as obtuse as we are some day, young things! It is not neglect; it is not disapproval, we simply forget. But from such forgetfulness may the good Lord graciously deliver us, one and all! There! I fancy that I have made for Mrs.

There was in the books much direct teaching of moral principles, with "thou shalt" and "thou shalt not." In the later revisions this gradually disappeared. The moral teaching was less direct but more effective. The pupil was left to make his own deduction and the formal "haec fabula docet" was omitted.

So Bellarmine allegeth, loqui ibi Apostolum de judaeorum tantum festis. Hospinian, answering him, will have the Apostle’s words to condemn the Christian feasts more than the Judaical. Conradus Vorstius rejecteth this position, Apostolus non nisi judaicum discremen dierum in N.T. sublatum esse docet, as a popish error. 2.

And to render this digression from my own studies the less uneasy to my mind, I recollected and often thought of that rule in Lilly: Qui docet indoctos, licet indoctissimus esset, Ipse brevi reliquis doctior esse queat. He that the unlearned doth teach may quickly be More learned than they, though most unlearned he.