of Byzantine governors. He had no temptation to remain

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"Me puer Hebraeus divos Deus ipse gubernans Cedere sede jubet tristemque redire sub Orcum Aris ergo de hinc tacitus discedito nostris."

of Byzantine governors. He had no temptation to remain

45. An historian who wrote "De Rebus Indicis." He is cited by Pliny, Strabo, and Josephus. 46. Alluding to the popular superstition that infant children were carried off by fairies, and others left in their places. 47. Who is said to have lived without meat, on the smell of a rose. 48. "Essentiae rationalis immortalis." 49. St. Augustine, De Civ. Dei, lib. x., cc. 9, 19, 32. 50. That which includes everything is opposed to nullity. 51. An inversion of the parts of an antithesis. 52. St. Augustine--"Homily on Genesis." 53. Sir T. Browne wrote a dialogue between two twins in the womb respecting the world into which they were going! 54. Refinement. 55. Constitution another form of temperament. 56. The Jewish computation for fifty years. 57. Saturn revolves once in thirty years. 58. Christian IV., of Denmark, who reigned from 1588-1647. 59. AEson was the father of Jason. By bathing in a bath prepared for him by Medaea with some magic spells, he became young again. Ovid describes the bath and its ingredients, Met., lib. vii. fab. 2. 60. Alluding to the rabbinical tradition that the world would last for 6000 years, attributed to Elias, and cited in the Talmud. 61. Zeno was the founder of the Stoics. 62. Referring to a passage in Suetonius, Vit. J. Caesar, sec 87:-- "Aspernatus tam lentum mortis genus subitam sibi celeremque optaverat." 63. In holding

of Byzantine governors. He had no temptation to remain

"Mors ultima poena est, Nec metuenda viris."

of Byzantine governors. He had no temptation to remain

64. The period when the moon is in conjunction and obscured by the sun. 65. One of the judges of hell. 66. To select some great man for our ideal, and always to act as if he was present with us. See Seneca, lib. i. Ep. 11. 67. Sir T. Browne seems to have made various experiments in this subject. D'Israeli refers to it in his "Curiosities of Literature." Dr Power, a friend of Sir T. Browne, with whom he corresponded, fives a receipt for the process. 68. The celebrated Greek philosopher who taught that the sun was a mass of heated stone, and various other astronomical doctrines. Some critics say Anaxarchus is meant here. 69. See Milton's "Paradise Lost," lib. I. 254--

"The mind is its own place, and in itself Can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven."

"Hic Acherusia fit stultorum denique vita."--iii. 1023.

70. Keck says here--"So did they all, as Lactantius has observed at large. Aristotle is said to have been guilty of great vanity in his clothes, of incontinency, and of unfaithfulness to his master, Alexander II." 71. Phalaris, king of Agrigentum, who, when Perillus made a brazen bull in which to kill criminals, placed him in it to try its effects. 72. Their maxim was

"Nihil sciri siquis putat id quoque nescit, An sciri possit quod se nil scire fatetur."


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