Anecdotes ou mémoires secrets sur la constitution Unigenitus

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Th scanned volume includes Part II of C. C. Martindale's In God's Army (1917), following p. 429

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Page 147 - And a man shall be as an hiding place from the wind, and a covert from the tempest ; as rivers of water in a dry place, as the shadow of a great rock in a weary land.
Page 5 - If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, Or walk with Kings nor lose the common touch; If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you; If all men count with you, but none too much; If you can fill the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds...
Page 153 - To go on forever and fail and go on again, And be mauled to the earth and arise, And contend for the shade of a word and a thing not seen with the eyes : With the half of a broken hope for a pillow at night That somehow the right is the right And the smooth shall bloom from the rough : Lord, if that were enough...
Page 19 - Be not ashamed to make confession of thy sins; And force not the current of the river. Lay not thyself down for a fool to tread upon; And accept not the person of one that is mighty. Strive for the truth unto death, and the Lord God shall fight for thee.
Page 47 - En un mol, la philosophie divise les hommes par les opinions, la religion les unit dans les mêmes principes ; il ya .donc un central éternel .entre la politique et la religion. Tout État, si j'ose le dire, est un vaisseau mystérieux qui a ses ancres dans le Ciel.
Page 153 - If to feel, in the ink of the slough And the sink of the mire, Veins of glory and fire Run through and transpierce and transpire, And a secret purpose of glory in every part, And the answering glory of battle fill my heart...
Page 166 - Prince, la lettre que Votre Excellence m'a fait l'honneur de m'écrire le 10 du mois dernier m'est parvenue. L'Empereur...
Page 184 - ... civilize. And again and again, among those whom tradition and environment and creed should have humanized, we have seen a defective character accentuate itself precisely in its defects, especially when it knows its behaviour to be unwarrantable, and deserves, but does not receive, rebuke. There are few things so exasperating as to have a man patient at one's expense; silence may be the worst of snubs ; and holiness, when it does not convert, may very easily drive the perverse into active evil....
Page 241 - Paris, en laquelle on tient l'authorité du concile par dessus le pape, et sont censurez, comme hérétiques, ceux qui tiennent le contraire. Qu'en France on tient le concile de Constance pour...
Page 244 - Dira-t-on que les papes nous ont donné le privilège de foutenir qu'ils n'ont aucun droit fur le temporel ; qu'ils font obligés d'obéir aux conciles généraux , que nous ne devons recevoir leurs légats qu'après avoir examiné leurs pouvoirs ; que la puiflance des papes n'eft point abfolue & fans bornes, mais qu'elle doit être limitée par les anciens canons; que les premières décrétâtes font des inventions de l'efprit humain , pour donner aux papes des pouvoirs inconnus aux premiers...

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