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Letters supposed to have passed between Theodosius and Constantia

Langhorne, John

Letters supposed to have passed between Theodosius and Constantia

... By John Langhorne, ...

by Langhorne, John

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Published by printed for T. Becket in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 4826, no. 01).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 4826, no. 01.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2v.,plates
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17004971M

There was a succession of pious men in the line of Alaphion, and with the elders of the second generation, Sozomen, as a youth, was more or less acquainted. But it is in the power of the young to become old by gravity of mind, and of the old to grow young by vigorous actions. There were residences for the bishops and clergy, but these are only hinted at vii. For as by excess of food and drunkenness even old age is inflamed, so on the other hand, the insolence of youth is restrained by sparing food and by the flowing stream. Silver and gold he says, have I none, he does not say, gold and silver, for he who knows not the use of these things knows not the relative value of them.

Are you the scholars of a confessor, are you the offspring of those righteous fathers, who as soon as they saw holy Eusebius 5though before he was unknown to them, put aside their own countrymen, and forthwith approved of him; and required no more than the sight of him for their approval? There are but few details concerning his education. He spake thus, and gave up the ghost, crowning the whole mystery with a good end of filial duty. Despise not then a poor man, it is He Who hath made thee rich. And therefore at His rising again "many bodies of the saints which slept arose, and were seen in the heavenly Jerusalem. The latter years of this decade witnessed Theodore's first appearance as a writer.

But be of good courage, for your faith has not left you. It would be difficult to find anywhere lines more affecting than those which, in the first part, describe the soldier's widow weeping over her child. There are a few personal points in his life at the imperial city which he hints at. Yet there are many kinds of animals, who when they have lost their mate, will no longer copulate, but lead, as it were, a solitary life. Hesiod also bewails men's birthdays and rejoices in their deaths, and Ennius wisely says: The mob has one advantage o'er its king: For it may weep while tears for him are shame. He judges concerning them that are not perfected, He decides among the gods.


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Letters supposed to have passed between Theodosius and Constantia by Langhorne, John Download PDF Ebook

Cyrus, the restorer of Constantinople, filled his verses with the same antique flavor. Christ testified from the Cross, and distributed the offices of piety between the mother and the disciple. In the latter he espouses the Corinthians to Christ, that so, in the purity of that people, he may ratify the virginity of the Church.

It is not often that boys undertake works of supererogation; and we, therefore, cannot be surprised that Mr. There also is Japhet the youngest of the Letters supposed to have passed between Theodosius and Constantia book, who with pious reverence may cover his father's nakedness, whom his father may see even in sleep and never dismiss from his remembrance, but keep him ever in his sight and in his bosom, and when he wakes may know what his younger son has done unto him.

The Letters of St. Now in Latin Shem signifies a 'name. It was a custom in former days for children over the dead bodies of their parents publicly to proclaim their praises and as when pathetic songs are sung to draw tears from the eyes and sighs from the breasts of those who heard them.

But since we are not all strong, the Apostle says, Use a little wine for thine often infirmities. It would have been more likely for him to have attended lectures at the University of Alexandria or Antioch, with which cities he shows a considerable acquaintance.

It is, however, not equal to the work of Hawkesworth. In iii. There is therefore scope for virtue even in these material riches. Sitting we speak against others, but standing up we praise the Lord, as it is said; Behold now, praise the Lord, all ye servants of the Lord; ye that stand in the house of the Lord.

It was not to the earth, as an element, which is often filled with blood, which is the receptacle of crimes, and which is made hideous by desolate rocks, or by precipices, or by a barren and hungry soil, but as that Flesh Which was to be our salvation.

But if you consider it to be permitted because it is not specially forbidden, neither will you find it forbidden by the words of the Law that the father should take his daughter to wife.

Eliza Haywood’s Eighteenth

The original edition of the first epistle contained a severe paragraph of personal satire, which the poet subsequently omitted. For he who affixes censure to lighter offences does not acquit but rather condemn heavier ones.

He flung aside his cloak, put out his hand, saw what others failed to see, and even tried to rise that he might welcome new comers. By these verses Langhorne acquired the friendship of Scott, of Amwell, who was then suffering from the same calamity, and solaced his woe in a similar manner.

Although there are earlier records of their use, no panel icons earlier than the few from the 6th century preserved at the Greek Orthodox Saint Catherine's Monastery in Egypt survive, [27] as the other examples in Rome have all been drastically over-painted.

Kloek, Joost. His fasts he regulated -- as a driver does the pace of his horses -- according to the weariness or vigour of his body. The circumstance of his frequenting a house of that kind must, however, not be hastily taken as a proof of degrading habits; the Peacock being at that day the resort of many persons of character and genius.

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And David answered her, It was before the Lord, which chose me before thy father, and before all his house to appoint me ruler over the people of the Lord, over Israel: therefore will I play before the Lord, and I will be yet more vile thus, and will be base in mine own sight, and of the maid-servants which thou hast spoken of, of them shall I be had in honour.

Yet the presence of a cry, Rome for the Romans, could overthrow such a man as Stilicho, and elevate such a weakling as Olympius. For if this were so, he would himself have chosen to write, but by not doing so he has intimated that he considers there is no ground for doubt upon the point.So in iv, the letter of the Synod of Ariminum to Constantius; and in viii, the two epistles of Innocent.

Probably his second-hand report about Hilary of Pictavium, v, leans the same way.

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But on the whole we must allow his profession, which necessitated a knowledge of the law language, to outweigh the lack of original versions in his book. Author Details. Name: Saint-Evremond Birth and Death Years: Number of Books: 43 List of books by Saint-Evremond: Title: Les veritables ouvres de Monsieur de Saint-Evremond.

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de St. Evremond and Mr. Waller, t.p. (Editor of The letters between Theodosius and Constantia) found: .The letters written pdf Theodoric's name to Clovis, to Alaric II, to Gundobad pdf Burgundy, and to other princes, in order to prevent the outbreak of a war between the Visigoths and the Franks, have been by some authors assigned to a date some years before the war actually broke out; but though this cannot, perhaps, be disproved, it seems to me.Returning to his literary pursuits with fresh eagerness, in the hope, perhaps, of download pdf his attention from mournful ideas, Langhorne, ingave to the public Letters supposed to have passed between M.

de St. Evremond and Walter, in two volumes; and Frederic and Pharamond, or the Consolations of Human Life, in one volume.One of the most celebrated ebook the letters ebook Simeon is said to have written is the one concerning the Jewish synagogues, addressed to the Emperor Theodosius II.

( A.D.). At the time when Simeon was beginning to be famous, Jews and Christians were in bitter strife; and the latter having the power in their hands, the former were in.