A perfect bachelor's house it was, too, with its windows opening on the Park, and sofas nicked into the windows, on which you might loll at your ease, like the philosopher in Lucretius, "Despicere unde queas alios, passimque videre Errare," and see the gay crowds ride to and fro Rotten Row, without the fatigue of joining them, especially if the wind was in the east.

Est videre apud illos argentea vasa, legatis et principibus eorum muneri data, non in alia vilitate, quam quae humo finguntur quanquam proximi, ob usum commerciorum, aurum et argentum in pretio habent, formasque quasdam nostrae pecuniae agnoscunt atque eligunt: interiores simplicius et antiquius permutatione mercium utuntur. Pecuniam probant veterem et diu notam, serratos bigatosque.

Bear my last words to Turnus; fly with speed And bid him timely to my charge succeed; Repel the Trojans, and the town relieve: Farewell." Turnus did not die in so heroic a manner, though our poet seems to have had his eye upon Turnus's speech in the last verse: Lord Percy sees my fall. Vicisti, et victum tendere palmas Ausonii videre. VIRG., AEn. xii. 936.

A perfect bachelor's house it was, too, with its windows opening on the Park, and sofas nicked into the windows, on which you might loll at your ease, like the philosopher in Lucretius, "Despicere unde queas alios, passimque videre Errare," and see the gay crowds ride to and fro Rotten Row, without the fatigue of joining them, especially if the wind was in the east.

La Motte recommends it, namely, belle videre. I have made a sketch of it, according to my ability. But as to there being a mine of iron ore upon it, I have not seen any upon that island, or elsewhere; and if it were so, it is of no great importance, for such mines are so common in this country, that little account is made of them.

Wherein is also handled, The existence of Angels and Spirits, the truth of Apparitions, the Nature of Astral and Sydereal Spirits, the force of Charms and Philters; with other abstruse matters. By John Webster, Practitioner in Physick. Falsa etenim opiniones Hominum non solum surdos sed et coecos faciunt, ita ut videre nequeant quae aliis perspicua apparent. Galen. lib. 8, de Comp. Med.

In his very infirmities Caesar manifested his greatness: his very littlenesses were noble. "Nec licuit populis parvum te, Nile, videre." That he placed some confidence in dreams, for instance, is certain: because, had he slighted them unreservedly, he would not have dwelt upon them afterwards, or have troubled himself to recall their circumstances. Here we trace his human weakness.

In his very infirmities Caesar manifested his greatness; his very littlenesses were noble. "Nec licuit populis parvum te, Nile, videre." That he placed some confidence in dreams, for instance, is certain; because, had he slighted them unreservedly, he would not have dwelt upon them afterwards, or have troubled himself to recall their circumstances. Here we trace his human weakness.

There is no other light, no other shade; this very sun, this moon, these very stars, this very order and disposition of things, is the same your ancestors enjoyed, and that shall also entertain your posterity: "'Non alium videre patres, aliumve nepotes Aspicient. "And, come the worst that can come, the distribution and variety of all the acts of my comedy are performed in a year.

If fatigue, if disgust, if unsurmountable nausea drive them away from such spectacles, ubi miseriarum pars non minima erat videre et aspici, I cannot blame them.