Grotius, content with gratifying his pacific desires, expected his reward from posterity; which he clearly intimates in some verses written by him on this subject Accipe sed placidis, quæ si non optima, certe, Expressit nobis non mala pacis amor. Et tibi dic, nostro labor hic si displicet ævo, A gratâ pretium posteritate feret.

Never did I see a youth, at that time he was no more, so devoted to knowledge for itself. 'Doctrin‘ pretium triste magister habet." "Methinks," added Elmore, "I can see him now, stealing away from the haunts of men, 'With even step and musing gait, across the quiet fields, or into the woods, whence he was certain not to re-appear till night-fall.

He was arrested very soon afterwards by the states' government in Antwerp, put to the torture, hanged and quartered. In troublous times like those, when honest men found it difficult to keep their heads upon their shoulders, rogues were apt to meet their deserts, unless they had the advantage of lofty lineage and elevated position. "Ille crucem sceleris pretium tulit, hic diadema."

No. 197. Saturday, October 16, 1711. Budgell 'Alter rixatur de lana saepe caprina, Propugnat nugis armatus: scilicet, ut non Sit mihi prima fides; et vere quod placet, ut non Acriter elatrem, pretium aetas altera sordet. Ambigitur quid enim? Castor sciat an Docilis plus, Brundusium Numici melius via ducat an Appi. Hor.

He was arrested very soon afterwards by the states' government in Antwerp, put to the torture, hanged and quartered. In troublous times like those, when honest men found it difficult to keep their heads upon their shoulders, rogues were apt to meet their deserts, unless they had the advantage of lofty lineage and elevated position. "Ille crucem sceleris pretium tulit, hic diadema."

Never did I see a youth, at that time he was no more, so devoted to knowledge for itself. 'Doctrin‘ pretium triste magister habet." "Methinks," added Elmore, "I can see him now, stealing away from the haunts of men, 'With even step and musing gait, across the quiet fields, or into the woods, whence he was certain not to re-appear till night-fall.

This he clearly intimates in the following verses, written by him on the subject: "Accipe, sed placidé, quæ, si non optimo, certé Espressit nobis non mala pacis amor. Et tibi dic, nostro labor hic si displicet avo, A gratia pretium posteritate feret."

All the rest is Latin; and all the Latin words were abridged, according to the custom and genius of the nations of the north; thus from palatium, palais; from lupus, loup; from Auguste, août; from Junius, juin; from unctus, oint; from purpura, pourpre; from pretium, prix, etc. Hardly were there left any vestiges of the Greek tongue, which had been so long spoken at Marseilles.

No 45 The FREE-HOLDER No 45 Friday, May 25. Nimium risus pretium esi si probitatis impendis constat Quintil. Laughter is bought too dear, if it be at the expence of honesty.

Upon consulting the manuscript, however, it appears evidently, that all these prices are only set down as examples of the proportion which ought to be observed between the respective prices of wheat and bread. The last words of the statute are "reliqua judicabis secundum praescripta, habendo respectum ad pretium bladi."