for they may be fixed as in other arts; for the instruments of no art whatsoever are infinite
, either in their number or their magnitude; but riches are a number of instruments in domestic and civil economy; it is therefore evident that the acquisition of certain things according to nature is a part both of domestic and civil economy, and for what reason.
Some may wonder how it can happen that Agathocles, and his like, after infinite
treacheries and cruelties, should live for long secure in his country, and defend himself from external enemies, and never be conspired against by his own citizens; seeing that many others, by means of cruelty, have never been able even in peaceful times to hold the state, still less in the doubtful times of war.
They were renewed by love; the heart of each held infinite sources of life for the heart of the other.
They had another seven years to wait, and what terrible suffering and what infinite happiness before them!
But these recollections scarcely troubled him now; he knew with what infinite love he would now repay all her sufferings.
On this Friday she buried her face in the blooming geraniums on Miss Maxwell's plant-stand, selected Romola from one of the bookcases, and sank into a seat by the window with a sigh of infinite
content, She glanced at the clock now and then, remembering the day on which she had been so immersed in David Copperfield that the Riverboro train had no place in her mind.
The middle one of the three windows was half-way open; and sitting close beside it, taking the air with an infinite
sadness of mien, like some disconsolate prisoner, Utterson saw Dr.
For what is the array of the strongest ropes, the tallest spars and the stoutest canvas against the mighty breath of the infinite
, but thistle stalks, cobwebs and gossamer?
which way shall I flie Infinite wrauth, and infinite despaire?
But thou hast promis'd from us two a Race To fill the Earth, who shall with us extoll Thy goodness infinite, both when we wake, And when we seek, as now, thy gift of sleep.
But if we did not know that all which we possess of real and true proceeds from a Perfect and Infinite
Being, however clear and distinct our ideas might be, we should have no ground on that account for the assurance that they possessed the perfection of being true.
Cabin-boy at twelve, ship's boy at fourteen, ordinary seamen at sixteen, able seaman at seventeen, and cock of the fo'c'sle, infinite
ambition and infinite
loneliness, receiving neither help nor sympathy, I did it all for myself--navigation, mathematics, science, literature, and what not.