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Seite 558 - DISCOURS ADMIRABLES DE LA NATURE DES EAUX- ET FONTAINES TANT NATURELLES QU'ARTIFICIELLES DES MÉTAUX, DES SELS ET SALINES, DES PIERRES DES TERRES, DU FEU ET DES EMAUX AVEC PLUSIEURS AUTRES EXCELLENTS SECRETS DES CHOSES NATURELLES...
Seite 513 - Malebranche, he says, is read on account of the agreeableness of his style, Descartes on account of the hardihood of his speculations ; Locke is not read, because he is merely wise. There never was a thinker more wise, more methodical, more logical than Locke. Other reasoners had written a romance of the soul ; Locke came and modestly wrote its history, developing the ideas of the human understanding as an accomplished anatomist explains the forces of the human body. Voltaire lived to see the philosophy...
Seite 558 - ... avec plusieurs autres excellents secrets des choses naturelles. Plus, un traité de la marne, fort utile et nécessaire à ceux qui se mellent de l'Agriculture. Le tout dressé par dialogues, ésquels sont introduits la Théorique et la Pratique. Par .M' Bernard Palissy, inventeur des rustiques figulines du Roy et de la Royne, sa mère.
Seite 66 - I crossed a moor, with a name of its own And a certain use in the world no doubt, Yet a hand's-breadth of it shines alone 'Mid the blank miles round about : IV For there I picked up on the heather And there I put inside my breast A moulted feather, an eagle-feather ! Well, I forget the rest.
Seite 509 - ... whereof it seems not impossible that Fishes may make some use, either by separating it, when they strain the water thorow their Gills, or by some other way.
Seite 7 - At, non in Venerem segnes nocturnaque bella, aut ubi curva choros indixit tibia Bacchi, exspectare dapes et plenae pocula mensae (hie amor, hoc studium), dum sacra secundus haruspex nuntiet ac lucos vocet hostia pinguis in altos!
Seite 10 - Soldi 28•32," the Madonna is in great glory, enthroned above ten or a dozen large red casks of three-yearold vintage, and flanked by goodly ranks of bottles of Maraschino, and two crimson lamps ; and for the evening, when the gondoliers will come to drink out, under her auspices, the money they have gained during the day, she will have a whole chandelier.
Seite 233 - Until her bosom must have made The bar she leaned on warm, And the lilies lay as if asleep Along her bended arm.
Seite 105 - Only the self-moving, never leaving self, never ceases to move, and is the fountain and beginning of motion to all that moves besides. Now, the beginning is unbegotten, for that which is begotten has a beginning; but the beginning...