This, if not the only, is the easiest and surest criterion between the idea of God and the notion of a 'mens agitans molem'. But this the Cabalists evaded by their double meaning of the term, 'nothing', namely as nought = 0, and as no 'thing'; and by their use of the term, as designating God.

"totamque infusa per artus Mens agitat molem, et magno se corpore miscet." War, on their own soil and at their own doors, was, indeed, a strange work to the yeomanry of New England; but their consciences were convinced of its necessity, their country called them to it, and they did not withhold themselves from the perilous trial.

We cannot shut our eyes any longer to the immense revolution. Knowledge is no longer a lonely eremite, affording a chance and captivating hospitality to some wandering pilgrim; knowledge is now found in the market-place, a citizen, and a leader of citizens. The spirit has touched the multitude; it has impregnated the mass " Totamque infusa per artus, Mens agitat molem, et magno se corpore miscet.

Dum enim in expeditione Hispanica praecipuam belli molem in illum vertit, facile temporis tractu notitiam linguae sibi comparare potuit. FRANTZ. Hist. Car. Mag. That is, he had time sufficient for this acquisition, and a motive sufficient. Not having the French original of Bourrienne's work, we are compelled to quote from Dr.

"totamque infusa per artus Mens agitat molem, et magno se corpore miscet." War, on their own soil and at their own doors, was, indeed, a strange work to the yeomanry of New England; but their consciences were convinced of its necessity, their country called them to it, and they did not withhold themselves from the perilous trial.

The deadly drug slays, though it be blended with the holy elements. It is a will that moves all things mens agitat molem; and yet we can make that will a slave of our own, and turn this way and that the blind steadfast forces, to the accomplishment of our desires. It was not, naturally, with these transcendental reflections that the intellect of Mr. Cranley was at this moment engaged.

M. Crousse affirms that "all nature is animated by an internal force which moves it;" that this is the true spontaneity, the causality, which is the origin of all sensible manifestations, for "mens agitat molem et magno se corpore miscet;" that "matter, the most cold and indifferent, is full of life, capable of engendering thought, and containing mind in it, at least potentially;" and that, to every man who has true insight, "the world feels, moves, speaks, and thinks."

The ancient name of the Welsh was also Cymri, cf. Tur. His. Ang. Sax. 1. 2. Gloria is abl. limiting ingens. Castra ac spatia. In apposition with lata vestigia==spatiosa castra or castrorum spatia, H. 704, II. 2; Z. 741. Utraque ripa, sc. of the Rhine, the river and river bank by eminence. Molem manusque. The mass of their population, and the number of their armies.

And if it is not true that it 'agitat molem, does often escape." "I know," said Clerambault, "it came to see me the other day." "Not for the first time; it has been there before." "And I who thought myself deserted!" "Do you recall," said Edmé, "the words of Randolph to Cecil?

George's Hall: 'Antonius Verrio Neapolitanus non ignobili stirpe natus, ad honorem Dei, Augustissimi Regis Caroli Secundi et Sancti Georgii, molem hanc felicissimâ manu decoravit. The king lavished kindness upon this pretentious and absurd Italian. He was appointed to the place of master-gardener, and lodgings in a house in St.