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Seite 266 - Ye are the salt of the earth, but if the salt hath lost its savour, wherewith shall it be salted ? It is henceforth good for nothing but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men.
Seite 134 - Olympia, because many deem the name and character fictitious. I will do what you ask willingly, and shortly, although I might refer you to George Hermann, who knows her well. Her father was Fulvio Morata, a native of Mantua, a man famous for learning and probity, with whom I was very intimate. I have heard her at court declaiming in Latin, speaking Greek, and answering questions, as well as any of the females among the ancients could have done. Do not feel a doubt respecting the Sapphic ode, written...
Seite 280 - My husband sends his compliments to you. Salute your family in my name. I send you such of the poems as I have been able to write out from memory since the destruction of Schweinfurt.
Seite 279 - DEAREST FATHER CELIO, You may conceive how tenderly those who are united by true, that is, Christian friendship, feel for one another, when I tell you that the perusal of your letter drew tears from my eyes; for, on learning that you had been rescued from the jaws of the grave, I wept for very joy.
Seite 234 - O let all you do be directed to its advantage. Farewell, excellent Celio, and do not distress yourself when you hear of my death; for I know that I shall be victorious at last, and am desirous to depart and be with Christ.
Seite 118 - ... he rejected these offers, and remained at Basle till his death in 1569.* Beside his writings on religious subjects, he published various works on grammar, and editions of the Latin classics, accompanied with notes, by which he did great service to Roman literature and education. Of all the refugees the loss of none has been more regretted by Italian writers than that of Curio.
Seite 108 - To promote a woman to bear rule, superiority, dominion or empire above any realm, nation, or city is repugnant to nature, contumely to God, a thing most contrarious to His revealed will and approved ordinance, and finally it is the subversion of good order, of all equity and justice.
Seite 335 - It is not I that live, but Christ that liveth in me"; he is "my" life, and to press onwards to him through death is great gain.
Seite 117 - ... the numbers who came from all parts of Europe to attend his lectures. He received an invitation from the emperor Maximilian to the university of Vienna, from Vaivod, king of Transylvania to Weissemburg, and from the duke of Savoy to Turin; while the pope employed the bishop of Terracino to persuade him to return to Italy, by the promise of an ample salary, with provision for his daughters, and on no other condition than that of his abstaining from inculcating his religious opinions.