psychology, it may be, will endeavor to reduce these alleged necromancies within a system, instead of rejecting them as altogether fabulous.
We think it is more suited to our modern
From this western impulse coming in contact with the barrier of the Atlantic sprang the commerce and enterprise of modern
My acquaintance smiled -- not a modern
smile, but one that must have gone out of general use many, many centuries ago -- and muttered apparently to himself:
The name of Robin Hood, if duly conjured with, should raise a spirit as soon as that of Rob Roy; and the patriots of England deserve no less their renown in our modern
circles, than the Bruces and Wallaces of Caledonia.
The two gentlemen, who conducted me to the island, were pressed by their private affairs to return in three days, which I employed in seeing some of the modern
dead, who had made the greatest figure, for two or three hundred years past, in our own and other countries of Europe; and having been always a great admirer of old illustrious families, I desired the governor would call up a dozen or two of kings, with their ancestors in order for eight or nine generations.
To this accidental source of the error may be added the artifice of some celebrated authors, whose writings have had a great share in forming the modern
standard of political opinions.
bourgeois society that has sprouted from the ruins of feudal society has not done away with clash antagonisms.
Mr Burd suggests that this word probably comes near the modern
equivalent of Machiavelli's thought when he speaks of "crudelta" than the more obvious "cruelties.
The hurry of the times, the loading and discharging organization of the docks, the use of hoisting machinery which works quickly and will not wait, the cry for prompt despatch, the very size of his ship, stand nowadays between the modern
seaman and the thorough knowledge of his craft.
education includes morality; therefore the modern
child seeks only entertainment in its wonder tales and gladly dispenses with all disagreeable incident.
As to the form of private houses, those are thought to be best and most useful for their different purposes which are distinct and separate from each other, and built in the modern
manner, after the plan of Hippodamus: but for safety in time of war, on the contrary, they should be built as they formerly were; for they were such that strangers could not easily find their way out of them, and the method of access to them such as an enemy could with difficulty find out if he proposed to besiege them.