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Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 1.25) - Michel de Montaigne

... which one should season his understanding, ought to be that which regulates his manners and his sense; that teaches him to know himself, and how both well to dig and well to live. Amongst the liberal sciences, let us begin ...

Panama Refining Co. v. Ryan - The Supreme Court of the United States

... disorganization of industry, which burdens interstate and foreign commerce, affects public welfare, and undermines the standards of living of the American people." It is declared to be the policy of Congress "to remove obstructions to the free flow of interstate ...

Life Of Themistocles - Plutarch

... been. They relate, also, how Themistocles, when he was in great prosperity, and courted by many, seeing himself splendidly served at his table, turned to his children and said, "Children, we had been undone if we had not been undone ...

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The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 6.3) - Thucydides

... of his calculations proving mistaken, he may live to bewail his own misfortune, and wish to be again envying my prosperity. An idle wish, if he now sacrifice us and refuse to take his share of perils which are the ...

Chapter 11 - The Tale of Nur al-Din and His So Badr al-Din Hasan - Richard F. Burton

... a-weeping as he thought of the dignity and prosperity which had erst been his and night came upon him. So he leant his head against his father's gave and sleep overcame him- glory to Him who sleepeth not! He ceased ...

Life Of Sertorius - Plutarch

... from all dejection and mean-spiritedness; and when he was in his prosperity, and in the height of his victories, he sent word to Metellus and Pompey that he was ready to lay down his arms and live a private life ...

State of the Union 1834 - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... the honor of the American people that measures be taken to separate the Government entirely from an institution so mischievous to the public prosperity and so regardless of the Constitution and laws. By transferring the public deposits, by appointing other ...

Book X - Plato

... that the soul is the original of all things, and arguing accordingly; or, if he be not able to say anything better, then he must yield to us and live for the remainder of his life in the belief that ...

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State of the Union 1877 - Rutherford B. Hayes

... even occasional distresses, which may attend the progress of the nation toward this primary condition to its general and permanent prosperity. I must, however, adhere to my most earnest conviction that any wavering in purpose or unsteadiness in methods, so far ...

The Religions of South Vietnam in Faith and Fact - Buddhism in Vietnam - US Department of the Navy, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Chaplains Division

... will grant them protection, or children, etc. Many seem to be sure that Buddha can bring prosperity and long life. Their concept of Buddha seems to resemble the prayer-hearing and answering God that Christianity affirms. Since all men have ...

Ethics; Book 9 - Aristotle

... know, in both states, because the unfortunate need help and The prosperous want people to live with and to do kindnesses to: for They have a desire to act kindly to some one To have friends is more necessary in adversity ...

An Inspector Calls - All Acts (1,2,3) - J. B. Priestley

... you, by that time you'll be living in a world that'll have forgotten all these capital versus labour agitations and all these silly little war scares. There'll be peace and prosperity and rapid progress everywhere ? except of course ...

Life Of Pericles - Plutarch

... ; nor did he think them worthy his imitation, but always used to say to his citizens that, so far as lay in his power, they should continue immortal, and live for ever. Seeing Tolmides, the son of Tolmaeus, upon the ...

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Life Of Pompey - Plutarch

... then in season, and one telling him they were to be had at Lucullus's, who kept them all the year round, "So then," said he, "if it were not for Lucullus's luxury, Pompey should not live;" and thereupon, not minding ...

State of the Union 1912 - William Howard Taft

... assure not only the continued existence but the prosperity and welfare of the Republic of Liberia. Liberia possesses fertility of soil and natural resources, which should insure to its people a reasonable prosperity. It was the duty of the United States ...

The Ecnomic Consequences of the Peace, Chapter 4 - J. M. Keynes

... designing diplomats do not always prosper, and we must trust the future. (ii.) The clauses relating to Railways, as originally presented to Germany, were substantially modified in the final Treaty, and are now limited to a provision by which goods, coming ...

The Religious System Of The Amazulu - Part 1 Creation Story - Henry Callaway

... them life, that they may live prosperously on the earth and not die of famine. If it does not rain, the heads of villages and petty chiefs assemble and go to a black chief; they converse, and pray for rain. Their ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 18.1) - Richard F. Burton

... offered up prayers for his victory and prosperity. And Sayf al-Muluk scattered gold and silver on the heads of the lieges one and all.?And Shahrazad perceived the dawn of day and ceased to say her permitted say. When ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 4.11) - Richard F. Burton

... you to give ear unto and obey his commandment, for that in this is the well being of your conditions. So be ye constant with him anent that wherein ye were with me and your estate shall prosper and your ...

Life Of Timoleon - Plutarch

... he was now entered into the deep by night, and carried with a prosperous gale, the heaven seemed all on a sudden to break open, and a bright spreading flame to issue forth from it, and hover over the ship he was in ...

State of the Union 1898 - William McKinley

... States, originally adopted as a sanitary precaution, will at an early day be relaxed as to their present features of hardship and discrimination, so as to admit live cattle under due regulation of their slaughter after landing. I am hopeful, too, of ...

State of the Union 1854 - Franklin Pierce

... independent of them, of citizens of the United States interested in the Nicaragua Transit Company, and which was indispensably necessary to the prosperous operation of that route across the Isthmus. The company resisted their groundless claims, whereupon they ...

State of the Union 1857 - James Buchanan

... cultivate the most friendly relations. We can never feel indifferent to their fate, and must always rejoice in their prosperity. Unfortunately both for them and for us, our example and advice have lost much of their influence in consequence of ...

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State of the Union 1858 - James Buchanan

... by Congress have been finally abandoned. As a natural consequence that fine Territory now appears to be tranquil and prosperous and is attracting increasing thousands of immigrants to make it their happy home.       The past unfortunate experience of Kansas has enforced ...

State of the Union 1860 - James Buchanan

... Cuba from Spain by fair purchase. I firmly believe that such an acquisition would contribute essentially to the well-being and prosperity of both countries in all future time, as well as prove the certain means of ...

Frederick Douglass's “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” - ChrisApap

... down his life for his country, is a man whom it is not in human nature to despise. Your fathers staked their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor, on the cause of their country. In their admiration of liberty, they ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 5.2) - Thucydides

... bring on a battle, as the Argives were ready to refer to fair and equal arbitration whatever complaints the Lacedaemonians might have against them, and to make a treaty and live in peace in future. The Argives who made these statements did ...

The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 5) - Friedrich Engels

... true of all English industrial workers: {117a} ?Their trade, now in plethoric prosperity, anon extenuated into inanition and ?short time,? is of the nature of gambling; they live by it like gamblers, now in luxurious superfluity, now in starvation. Black ...

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My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 19) - Frederick Douglass

... deal not with earth, wood, or stone, but with men; and, by every regard they have for their safety and prosperity, they must study to know the material on which they are at work. So much intellect as the slaveholder ...

What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July? - Frederick Douglass

... down his life for his country, is a man whom it is not in human nature to despise. Your fathers staked their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor, on the cause of their country. In their admiration of liberty, they ...

You Don't Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows - Weather Underground

... the working class as a whole- The potential for revolutionary consciousness does not always correspond to ultimate class interest, particularly when imperialism is relatively prosperous and the movement is in an early stage. At this stage, we see working-class youth ...

State of the Union 1830 (written) - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... Constitution under which we have so long lived and under the benign influence of which our beloved country has so signally prospered. The framers of that sacred instrument had greater difficulties to overcome, and they did overcome them. The patriotism ...

State of the Union 1846 - James K. Polk

... of justice in all our foreign intercourse that, though steadily and rapidly advancing in prosperity and power, we have given no just cause of complaint to any nation and have enjoyed the blessings of peace for more than thirty years ...

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On the Genealogy of Morals, Second Essay - Friedrich Nietzsche

... without punishment. ?Why should I really bother about my parasites?? it could then say. ?May they live and prosper; for that I am still sufficiently strong!? . . . Justice, which started with ?Everything is capable of being ...

Champion v. Ames - The Supreme Court of the United States

... . 862. The power of the state to impose restraints and burdens on persons and property in conservation and promotion of the public health, good order, and prosperity is a power originally and always belonging to the states, not surrendered by them ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 8.1) - Thucydides

... , after the Lacedaemonians, the Chians are the only people that I have known who knew how to be wise in prosperity, and who ordered their city the more securely the greater it grew. Nor was this revolt, ...

Politics (Book. 2) - Aristotle

... should have so much property as will enable him to live temperately, which is only a way of saying ?to live well?; this is too general a conception. Further, a man may live temperately and yet miserably. A better definition would be that a man ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol I (Chap. 1) - Herodotus

... he said: "Tellos, in the first place, living while his native State was prosperous, had sons fair and good and saw from all of them children begotten and living to grow up; and secondly he had what with us is ...

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The History of Herodotus, Vol I (Chap. 3) - Herodotus

... Polycrates, perceived that it was impossible for man to rescue man from the event which was to come to pass, and that Polycrates was destined not to have a good end, being prosperous in all things, seeing that he found again ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 2 (Chap. 2.2) - Richard F. Burton

... came over her. When she revived she turned to them and said, "Have no fear and sorrow not, for this day is the first of your prosperity and the last of your adversity!"?And Shahrazad perceived the dawn of day ...

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