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The History of Herodotus, Vol I (Chap. 4) - Herodotus

... a second river producing crocodiles of all the rivers in the world,?to know, I say, of this river where it runs out into the sea, sent with ships, besides others whom he trusted to speak the truth, Skylax also, a man of ...

State of the Union 1856 - Franklin Pierce

... repelled or suppressed by all the means which the Constitution and the laws place in the hands of the Executive.    In those parts of the United States where, by reason of the inflamed state of the public mind, false rumors ...

State of the Union 1865 - President Andrew Johnson

... that I cannot but lay before you my views of the measures which are required for the good character, and I might almost say for the existence, of this people. The life of a republic lies certainly in the energy, virtue, and intelligence ...

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All The King's Men- Chapter 1 - Robert Penn Warren

... and a dollar wasn't the reason you got up in the morning any more. Then I figured the Boss knew best. Suppose he had painted it up, then the next fellow down the road would be saying to the next one, "Seen ...

Le Roy v. Tatham - The Supreme Court of the United States

... on sale to the public, on reasonable trust, the invention or discovery for which the said patent issued. Page 55 U. S. 159 The evidence being closed, the case was argued before the jury, after the court had given the charge which ...

Natural History of the Intellect (Chapter 1) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... to heaven with arches and abutments of pure reason. I am fully contented if you tell me where are the two termini. My metaphysics are to the end of use. I wish to know the laws of this wonderful power, that I may ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 4) - Martin Luther

... does he not say to them: "At one time you Galatians did not know God. You then served idols that were no gods. But now that you have come to know the true God, why do you go back to ...

The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... , the reason must be given for the spell within a spell involved by this particular designation. The name was bestowed by that excellent Buccaneer himself, on his first visit here. Speaking in his published voyages of this spot, he says?"My ...

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Nostromo (Chap. 2.7) - Joseph Conrad

... go?" she gasped. "Ah! you are always yourself, indeed." "Listen to reason, Padrona," he said. "I am needed to save the silver of the mine. Do you hear? A greater treasure than the one which they say is guarded by ghosts and ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 6) - Richard F. Burton

... replied, "He eateth of the beasts of the sea. Hast thou not heard the saying, 'Like the fishes of the sea: forcible eateth feeble?[FN#262]'" "True; but have you many of these Dandans in the sea?" "Yes, there be ...

The Man Who Would Be King - Rudyard Kipling

... appeals to the memory of their mothers, but for certain reasons, which will be fully apparent, I saw fit to agree. "It's more than a little matter," said he, "and that's why I ask you to do it?and now I know that I can ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 15.1) - Richard F. Burton

... a she-mule and an hundred dinars and said to him, "I desire to send a trust by thee. Dost thou know the people of Cairo?" "I answered (quoth the water-carrier), 'Yes'; and he said, 'Take this letter and carry it to Ali ...

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

... Constitution removing all intermediate agency in the choice of the President, I recommended some restrictions upon the re-eligibility of that officer and upon the tenure of offices generally. The reason still exists, and I renew the recommendation with an increased confidence ...

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The Bells - Game of Thrones

... , I never really cared much for them. Innocent or otherwise. TYRION: You do care for one innocent. I know you do. And so does Cersei. She has a reason now. JAIME: The child is the reason she'll never give an inch. All ...

State of the Union 1911 - William Howard Taft

... to include in one message of a reasonable length a discussion of the topics that ought to be brought to the attention of the National Legislature at its first regular session.     THE ANTI-TRUST LAW-THE SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.     In May last ...

Chapter 5: A Kind of Revolution - Howard Zinn

... Forefathers was like to be broken, and brother you tell us that we shall be redressed at Albany, but we know them so well, we will not trust to them, for they [the Albany merchants] are no people but Devils ...

The Republic (Book 10) - Plato

... to know what you would say of him. Who is he? One who is the maker of all the works of all other workmen. What an extraordinary man! Wait a little, and there will be more reason for your saying so ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 5) - Herodotus

... when one speaks that which is reasonable. And these things which I say many of us Persians know well; yet we go with the rest being bound in the bonds of necessity: and the most hateful grief of all human griefs ...

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Aeschylus's “The Choephori (Full Text)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... , though feeble, this might see. NURSE What say'st thou? Know'st thou aught, this tale belying? LEADER OF THE CHORUS Go, tell the news to him, perform thine hest,- What the gods will, themselves can well provide. NURSE Well ...

State of the Union 1839 - Martin Van Buren

... on a cordial cooperation from you.    At the time I entered upon my present duties our ordinary disbursements, without including those on account of the public debt, the Post-Office, and the trust funds in charge of the Government, had been largely ...

Byrd v. Blue Ridge Rural Electric Cooperative Inc. - The Supreme Court of the United States

... any reply that is necessary. I don't know of any evidence in this case? ..... "The Court: The reason I am making that inquiry as to whether you intend to put up any more testimony in the event I overrule your motion, counsel *557 ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 4.3) - Thucydides

... me, on the score that you, to whom I first came?an important town like Acanthus, and prudent men like the Acanthians?refused to admit me. I shall have nothing to prove that the reason which I advance is the true one; it ...

Phaedrus (Full Text) - Plato

... , then there may be some originality. PHAEDRUS: I admit that there is reason in what you say, and I too will be reasonable, and will allow you to start with the premiss that the lover is more disordered in his wits than ...

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History - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... us. Each new law and political movement has meaning for you. Stand before each of its tablets and say, `Under this mask did my Proteus nature hide itself.' This remedies the defect of our too great nearness to ourselves. This ...

Life Of Nicias - Plutarch

... , speaking of one of the professed informers, says- "Charicles gave the man a pound, the matter not to name, That from inside a money-bag into the world he came; And Nicias, also, paid him four; I know the reason well, But Nicias ...

State of the Union 1842 (written) - President John Tyler

... spirit which had dictated his mission. The treaty consequent thereon having been duly ratified by the two Governments, a copy, together with the correspondence which accompanied it, is herewith communicated. I trust that whilst you may see in it nothing objectionable, it ...

State of the Union 1857 - James Buchanan

... that the troops would only be employed as a posse comitatus when called on by the civil authority to aid in the execution of the laws.       There is reason to believe that Governor Young has long contemplated this result. He knows ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 5) - Martin Luther

... do the things to which the flesh incites us. ?I know,? he says, ?that the flesh courts sin. The thing for you to do is to resist the flesh by the Spirit. But if you abandon the leadership of the Spirit ...

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The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 2) - Herodotus

... rocks; and some of them did not know how to swim and perished for that cause, others again by reason of cold.. 45. Thus fared the fleet; and meanwhile Mardonios and the land-army while encamping in Macedonia were attacked ...

State of the Union 1886 - Grover Cleveland

... of friction which we trust can be avoided in the convention which our representative at Santiago is authorized to negotiate.    The cruel treatment of inoffensive Chinese has, I regret to say, been repeated in some of the far Western States and ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 2.3) - Thucydides

... received, and in the interim hold it in trust and keep it in cultivation, paying you a sufficient allowance." When they had heard what he had to say, they re-entered the city, and after consulting with the people said that ...

Politics (Book. 2) - Aristotle

... progress, because every one will be attending to his own business. And yet by reason of goodness, and in respect of use, ?Friends,? as the proverb says, ?will have all things common.? Even now there are traces of such a principle ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 7.3) - Thucydides

... most exposed to injury from our means of offence. Indeed, if you would know the plain truth, as we are credibly informed, the excess of their sufferings and the necessities of their present distress have made them desperate; they have ...

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Biographia Literaria (Ch. 12) - Samuel Taylor Coleridge

... test of philosophic capacity, is no other than the heaven-descended KNOW THYSELF! (E coelo descendit, Gnothi seauton). And this at once practically and speculatively. For as philosophy is neither a science of the reason or understanding only, nor merely a science of ...

Kuhlmann v. Wilson - The Supreme Court of the United States

... and "had developed a relationship of trust and confidence with [the defendant] such that [the defendant] revealed incriminating information." 447 U.S. at 447 U. S. 269. T his Court affirmed, holding that the Court of Appeals reasonably concluded that the Government informant "deliberately used his ...

The Republic (Book 4) - Plato

... passionate or spirited principle to be the subject and ally? Certainly. And, as we were saying, the united influence of music and gymnastic will bring them into accord, nerving and sustaining the reason with noble words and lessons, and moderating ...

Man the Reformer - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... thought executed might effect. I see that the reason of the distrust of the practical man in all theory, is his inability to perceive the means whereby we work. Look, he says, at the tools with which this world of yours ...

State of the Union 1926 - Calvin Coolidge

... reasonably to increase the powers of the national banks. I believe that within the limitation of sound banking principles Congress should now and for the future place the national banks upon a fair equality with their competitors, the State banks, and I trust ...

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State of the Union 1927 - Calvin Coolidge

... . More attention should be given to merchant ships as an auxiliary of the Navy. The possibility of including their masters and crews in the Naval Reserve, with some reasonable compensation, should be thoroughly explored as a method of encouraging private operation ...

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

... becoming bald-headed; for among the Egyptians you see fewer bald-headed men than among any other race. This then is the reason why these have their skulls strong; and the reason why the Persians have theirs weak is that ...

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