Harper's Magazine, 第 40 巻

Harper & Brothers, 1870

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239 ページ - you may take a horse to the water, but you can't make him drink.
159 ページ - There shall be sung another golden age, The rise of empire and of arts, The good and great inspiring epic rage, The wisest heads and noblest hearts.
309 ページ - I scarce remember, in my own observation, to have met with many old men, or with such, who (to use our English phrase) wear well...
184 ページ - But it was finally agreed, that whatever importance had been attached to the rejection of this proposition, the preservation of the Union and of concord among the States was more important, and that therefore it would be better that the vote of rejection should be rescinded, to effect which, some members should change their votes.
184 ページ - As I was going to the President's one day, I met him in the street. He walked me backwards and forwards before the President's door for half an hour. He painted pathetically the temper into which the legislature had been wrought; the disgust of those who were called the creditor States; the danger of the secession of their members, and the separation of the States.
184 ページ - There had before been propositions to fix the seat of government either at Philadelphia, or at Georgetown on the Potomac; and it was thought that by giving it to Philadelphia for ten years, and to Georgetown permanently afterwards, this might, as an anodyne, calm in some degree the ferment which might be excited by the other measure alone. So two of the Potomac members (White and Lee, but White with a revulsion of the stomach almost convulsive,) agreed to change their votes, and Hamilton undertook...
184 ページ - I proposed to him, however, to dine with me the next day, and I would invite another friend or two, and bring them into conference together; and I thought it impossible , that reasonable men, consulting together coolly, could fail, by some mutual sacrifices of opinion, to form a compromise which was to save the Union.
252 ページ - GREEN little vaulter in the sunny grass, Catching your heart up at the feel of June, Sole voice that's heard amidst the lazy noon, When even the bees lag at the summoning brass, And you, warm little housekeeper, who class With those who think the candles come too soon, Loving the fire, and with your tricksome tune Nick the glad silent moments as they pass...
173 ページ - Crown-Prince was treated like a disobedient boy, and one time even with strokes (korperlich misshandelt), to make him feel he was only considered as such. The enraged King, who never weighed the consequences of his words, added mockery to his manual outrage. He said, ' Had I been treated so by my Father, I would have blown my brains out : but this fellow has no honor, he takes all that comes...
9 ページ - ... have both of you, in the highest measure, to make it your care to infuse into my Son [einzupragen, stamp into him] a true love for the Soldier business, and to impress on him that, as there is nothing in the world which can bring a Prince renown and honor like the sword, so he would be a despised creature before all men, if he did not love it, and seek his sole glory (die einzige Gloria) therein.