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I wish the poor creature was more cautious and attentive in the choice of some one, whose manners, air, and gait might be proper for his imitation: Atuchei panu en tois spoudaiois lian. In things of consequence he sadly fails. Where his mind does not run astray, he discovers a noble disposition."

The promenade under the willows was deserted, the great river stretched away under the moon towards the forest line of the farther shore, filmy and indistinct. A black wisp of smoke rose from the gunwale of a flatboat, and I stopped to listen to the weird song of a negro, which I have heard many times since. In, de, tois, Ca-ro-line, Qui ci ca ye, comme ca ma chere?

In, de tois, Ca-ro-line, Quo fair t'-apes cri e ma chere? Mo l'-aime toe con-ne ca, C'est to m'ou le, c'est to mo prend, Mo l'-aime toe, to con-ne ca a c'est to m'oule c'est to mo prend. Gaining the promenade, I came presently to the new hotel which had been built for the Governor, with its balconied windows looking across the river the mansion of Monsieur le Baron de Carondelet.

But not now dare I longer discourse of this, waiting for a loftier mood, and a nobler subject, warned from within and from without, that it is profanation to speak of these mysteries tois maede phantasteisin, os kalon to taes dikaiosynaes kai sophrosynaes prosopon, kai oute hesperos oute eoos outo kala.

But this purpose also he dismissed in the very moment of utterance; and turning away despairingly, he apostrophized himself in words reproachful or animating, now taxing his nature with infirmity of purpose, now calling on himself by name, with adjurations to remember his dignity, and to act worthy of his supreme station: ou prepei Neroni, cried he, ou prepeu naephein dei en tois toidaetois ale, eleire seauton i.e.

I. Livia, having married Augustus when she was pregnant, was within three months afterwards delivered of Drusus, the father of Claudius Caesar, who had at first the praenomen of Decimus, but afterwards that of Nero; and it was suspected that he was begotten in adultery by his father-in-law. The following verse, however, was immediately in every one's mouth: Tois eutychousi kai primaena paidia.

The promenade under the willows was deserted, the great river stretched away under the moon towards the forest line of the farther shore, filmy and indistinct. A black wisp of smoke rose from the gunwale of a flatboat, and I stopped to listen to the weird song of a negro, which I have heard many times since. In, de, tois, Ca-ro-line, Qui ci ca ye, comme ca ma chere?

Apollo and Bacchus are scarcely less lovely in their bloom of earliest manhood; honey-pale, as Greeks would say; like statues of living electron; realizing Simætha's picture of her lover and his friend: +tois d' ên xanthotera men helichrysoio geneias, stêthea de stilbonta poly pleon ê ty Selana.+

The only quarrel she and I ever had was about my teaching you the Lord's Prayer in Greek as soon as you could say father and mother. It was to be a surprise for her on your second birthday. On that day, while she was ironing, you took hold of her gown to steady yourself, and began, 'IIater haemon ho en tois ohuranois, and to me, behind the door, it was music.

It is the agglomeration of its gods, the republic of them, that really constitutes its Divinity. Hence the solemnity of the invocation of Demosthenes when he invoked all the gods and all the goddesses: tois theohis euchomai pasi kahi pasais.