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Historic Boys: Their Endeavours, Their Achievements and Their Times
Elbridge Streeter Brooks
Eingeschränkte Leseprobe - 1905
Historic Boys: Their Endeavors, Their Achievements and Their Times
E. S. Brooks
Keine Leseprobe verfügbar - 2000
Albizzi arms army Arvid Horn Aufidius Aztec Baldwin banner baron battle beautiful boy king boy patroon boy viking brave Brian bridge brother Cacama cacique called camp cardinal castle chieftain conqueror cried crowd Crusaders Danes Danish daring dashed death Duke Earl Emperor exclaimed face fair father fierce fight Florence France Frederick gates Giovanni girl Giulio gleaming golden guard Guy of Burgundy hand Harry of Monmouth head honor horse host house of Medici Ixtlil Jerusalem Kapparon king's knights La Zisa Lionel looked lord Lorenzo Lorenzo the Magnificent Louis of Bourbon loyal Maelar Marcus Medici mother noble Normandy Norway Olympia Otho palace patroon prefect prince Prince Harry queen rebel Rensselaerswyck replied rode Rome royal Saracen says scarce Sejus shout Sicily spears stood stout streets Suabian Sweden sword Tezcuco thee thousand throne turned tzin uncle valor victory walls Walter the Chancellor war-ships young king young Olaf
Seite 55 - Now as the armed troops stood thick of men upon the bridge, and there were likewise many heaps of stones and other weapons upon it, and the piles under it being loosened and broken, the bridge gave way ; and a great part of the men upon it fell into the river, and all the others fled, some into the castle, some into Southwark.
Seite 15 - Thou canst pass thy life in an equable flow of happiness, if thou canst go by the right way, and think and act in the right way. These two things are common both to the soul of God and to the soul of man, and to the soul of every rational being, not to be hindered by another; and to hold good to consist in the disposition to justice and the practice of it, and in this to let thy desire find its termination.
Seite 18 - Scutarius at the gladiators' fights ; from him too I learned endurance of labor, and to want little, and to work with my own hands, and not to meddle with other people's affairs, and not to be ready to listen to slander.
Seite 54 - ... and the roofs were strong enough to withstand the stones cast down upon them. Now when the fleet and men were ready, they rowed up along the river ; but when they came near the bridge, there were cast down upon them so many stones and missile weapons, such as arrows and spears, that neither helmet nor shield could hold out against it ; and the ships themselves were so greatly damaged that many retreated out of it.