There is no peace, no quiet, no romance, no poetry, no love. Alas, that most of all was wanting! For, after all, what is it which lights up the heart, save the flame of a mutual attachment? What gilds the fair stream of life, save the bright ray of warm affection? What " "In a word," said Power, "it is the sugar in the punch-bowl of our existence. Perge, Sparks; push on."

"Ah! but there is the sore, I am not sure that she has done so. Ardworth, I may trust you?" "With everything but half-a-guinea. I would not promise to be rock against so great a temptation!" and Ardworth turned his empty pockets inside out. "Tush! be serious, or I go." "Serious! With pockets like these, the devil's in it if I am not serious. Perge, precor."

* This prayer is generally repeated by two persons, who recite each a verse alternately. "Perge, Petre, perge," said Father Philemy, looking rather wistfully at his egg "perge, stultus est et asinus quoque." Peter and Andy proceeded until it was finished, when they resumed their seats. The conversation during breakfast was as sprightly, as full of fun and humor as such breakfasts usually are.

So, when Margaret Fuller gave it up, at the end of the second volume, Emerson consented to become its editor. "I cannot bid you quit 'The Dial," says Carlyle, "though it, too, alas, is Antinomian somewhat! Perge, perge, nevertheless." In the next letter he says: "I love your 'Dial, and yet it is with a kind of shudder.

You have always been so kind, so obliging, that I am sure you wont refuse." "Weel, say awa', speak on; perge, puer, as a body may say," interrupted the major, who seemed resolved to show what command of language he had, for he uniformly began his speeches in his vernacular, and translated them, though with an effort, into English, or any other tongue he chanced to recollect.

He therefore sent his main body by a long and difficult road across the mountains to Perge; but he himself who loved danger for its own sake, proceeded with a chosen band along the shore, wading through water that was breast-high for nearly a whole day.

At tu Cæsar profecto non parum laudandus es; qui in hac aetate tam facile senem agis. Perge nostri temporis Borgiæ familiæ spes et decus. Introduction to the Syllabica. Rome, 1488. Gennarelli's Edition of Burchard's Diary. Regarding Cæsar's studies at Pisa, see Angelo Fabroni, Hist. Acad. Pisan. i, 160, 201.

At tu, cui venti, cui totum militat aequor, Regina, o mundi totius vna, decus, Sic regnare Deo perge, ambitione remota, Prodiga sic opibus perge iuuare pios, Vt te Angli longum, longum Anglis ipsa fruaris, Quam dilecta bonis, tam metuenda malis. The same in English.

So, when Margaret Fuller gave it up, at the end of the second volume, Emerson consented to become its editor. "I cannot bid you quit 'The Dial," says Carlyle, "though it, too, alas, is Antinomian somewhat! Perge, perge, nevertheless." In the next letter he says: "I love your 'Dial, and yet it is with a kind of shudder.

But a short time afterwards he appears to have changed his political opinions, for when the city was captured by the Danes in 1676, Weiser met the conqueror, and greeted him with the words: Perge Triumphator reliquas submittere terras, Sic redit ad Dominum, quod fuit ante, suum. This verse was fatal to him.