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Orations for the use of schools

Orations for the use of schools

selected from Ch. J. Marshall, Pinckney, Wirt, Henry, Fox, Phillips, &c

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Published by I. Riley in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Speeches, addresses, etc

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 41701
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination108 p.
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15121502M

    Epistulae[ edit ] For,' said he, 'it is not phrases that confirm friendships' a finely sententious expression! After that entry, a certain officer, who had been twice Consul, was riding into the city; he was one of us, among the most noted of Cappadocians. How often has it slipped through them by some chance, and dropped down? And may thou, if my lot be peaceful, possess and aid me in my pastoral charge, or if it pass through struggles, uphold me, or take me to you, and set me with yourself and those like you though I have asked a great thing in Christ Himself, our Lord, to whom be all gloryhonourand power for evermore.

    It is widely known that John Adams and Thomas Jefferson are the most startling examples of men who knew the classics in Latin and Greek. Epistulae[ edit ] Milano: Istituto editoriale Cisalpino. For you know that camel, and its strange burden, and the new form of elevation, and the first and, I think, the only procession, with which to this day the insolent are threatened.

    Milano: Istituto editoriale Cisalpino. I pass over the ruin of your fortune, which you know is hanging over you against the ides of the very next month; I come to those things which relate not to the infamy of your private vices, not to your domestic difficulties and baseness, but to the welfare of the republic and to the lives and safety of us all. Bayer, K. For a bad man would speedily condemn even a good man, while a good man would not be ready to condemn even a bad one. The product of the concern for education in Puritan New England, these laws constitute the first time in history that an organized state had mandated universal education. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.


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Oration 21

For instead of being called friends and Orations for the use of schools book, as they were called at the time when they were taking their bribes, they now hear themselves called flatterers, and god-forsaken, and all the other names that they deserve.

But you were yourselves discussing peace. For the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and, so to say, its first swathing band; but, when wisdom has burst the bonds of fear and risen up to loveit makes us friends of Godand sons instead of bondsmen.

For is it not absurd, while no one, however great his boorishness and want of education, is allowed to be ignorant of the Roman law, and while there is no law in favour of sins of ignorancethat the teachers of the mysteries of Orations for the use of schools book should be ignorant of the first principles of salvationhowever simple and shallow their minds may be in regard to other subjects.

If, O Catiline, I should now order you to be arrested, to be put to death, I should, I suppose, have to fear lest all good men should say that I had acted tardily, rather than that any one should affirm that I acted cruelly.

De Divinatione, De Fato, Timaeus. Powell J. The editor of New Advent is Kevin Knight. But we can not expect that you should be concerned at your own vices, that you should fear the penalties of the laws, or that you should yield to the necessities of the republic, for you are not, O Catiline, one whom either shame can recall from infamy, or fear from danger, or reason from madness.

But, even granting indulgence to them who erred in ignorancewhat can be said for the rest, who lay claim to subtlety of intellectand yet yielded to the court-party for the reasons I have mentioned, and after playing the part of piety for a long while, failed in the hour of trial.

It is not indeed right to pass this by. The law not only required that every town of 50 homes or more have an elementary school teacher, but that every town of or more have a grammar school. And when you might have exacted the penalty from me, on behalf of your fellow countrymen, according to the laws--at public examinations, by indictment, by all other forms of trial--did you always omit to do so?

In fact, the distinction of the Mather family seemed only to become more pronounced as generation succeeded generation. To speak of and admire him fully, would perhaps be too long a task for the present purpose of my discourse, and would take the form of a history rather than of a panegyric: a history which it has been the object of my desires to commit to writing for the pleasure and instruction of posterity, as he himself wrote the life of the divine Antony, and set forth, in the form of a narrative, the laws of the monastic life.

For perhaps his subsequent prosperity was small, great as it may seem to some, and ordained for the sake of small minds, even though he received again twice as much as he had lost.

In this lay the power of that servant of the wicked one, that sower of tares, that forerunner of Antichrist ; foremost in speech of the orators of his time among the Bishops; if any one likes to call him an orator who was not so much an impious, as he was a hostile and contentious reasoner — his name I will gladly pass by: he was the hand of his party, perverting the truth by the gold subscribed for pious uses, which the wicked made an instrument of their impiety.

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Ciceros Tusculanae Disputationes. You shall now see that I watch far more actively for the safety than you do for the destruction of the republic. Liber I. They were designed to prepare students for college and, ultimately, for the ministry, the law, and sometimes medicine.The American class book; or, A collection of instructive reading lessons: adapted to the use of schools.

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