Two yet neither seem'd That image miscreate, and so pass'd on With tardy steps.
Would it not read much more civilized, if the annals of the empire were telling us: Nero, jam divus, leniter dixit: O Seneca, Pundit delectabilis et philosophe laute, quis dubitet te libentissime mihi hodie proferre artocreatem stoicum?
The promise made by the Tsar, since the beginning of the war, that he would re-create the old Poland, and give it autonomy, shows how far Russia has travelled from the days, not so far distant in point of time, when it was her policy to repress the Poles in conjunction with Germany; and it has made the breach between Germany and Russia final and irreparable.
* * * * * THE DIVISION OF RANKS Yes, in the moral world, as ours, we see Divided grades--a Soul's Nobility; By deeds their titles Commoners create-- The loftier order are by birthright great.
Is it denied me to perpetuate What so much loving labor did create?-- I hear Oblivion tap upon the gate, And acquiesce, not all disconsolate.
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\Territorial government created./ The President.
The object, therefore, for which the American government fought, was the perpetual maintenance of that peculiar state of things which the federal union had created,--a state of things in which, throughout the whole vast territory over which the Union holds sway, questions between states, like questions between individuals, must be settled by legal argument and judicial decisions and not by wager of battle.
All this passes in an instant, and the apt simile or the happy epithet is created,--an immortal beauty, both in itself and as it occurs in its place.
"I can entertain no doubt, after the most deliberate study and dispassionate judgment of which I am capable, that the view which most naturalists entertain, and which I formerly entertained,--namely, that each species has been independently created,--is erroneous.
If I was merely what of me thou newly Createdst, Love who governest the heaven, Thou knowest, who didst lift me with thy light!
In the absorbing interest which the postmark had created,--that fraudulent postmark as it certainly was,--he had never condescended to examine the postage-stamp.
In several universities, of late, a fifth has been created,--the Staatswissenschaftliche, Cameralistic; so that in institutions where both Catholic and Protestant Theology are represented, there are in fact six faculties.
At the beginning of Washington's administration three secretaryships were created,--those of state, treasury, and war; and an attorney-general was appointed.
"--coupled with the expression, "To my mind it accords better with what we know of the laws impressed on matter by the Creator, that the production and extinction of the past and present inhabitants of the world should have been due to secondary causes," than "that each species has been independently created,"--those and similar expressions lead us to suppose that the author probably does accept the kind of view which the "Examiner" is sure he would disclaim.
He writes and thinks of nothing else but what he will create,--of the ideas that have been waiting for an expression.
"I ain't no great of a jedge about anything but nat'ralness of books, and it really does seem as if some of your men and women was dreadful uncomfortable creaters. '
Limiting conditions are created by the same power which creates everything else, namely, the Self-contemplation of Spirit.
what a paragon art Thou Of all that Wisdom in her hope creates-- A model for the universe--Though God Be round us, by the shadow of His might For aye reflected, and with plastic hand Prints on the earth the character of things-- Yet He Himself,--how awfully retired Depth within depth, unutterably deep!
4:13 For, lo, he that formeth the mountains, and createth the wind, and declareth unto man what is his thought, that maketh the morning darkness, and treadeth upon the high places of the earth, The LORD, The God of hosts, is his name.
In following out the many ramifications of the dictionary definition of GOD he had come upon the word CREATE--"to cause to come into existence; to form out of nothing."
DIEU, m., etre supreme; createur; divinite du paganisme.
I hope they have bin more discreate and wyse Then with the hazard of my boates and netts To indanger theire owne lyves.
Think of your thought,--intensify it,--create it,--create it perfectly,--define it carefully,--group it gracefully, --color it exquisitely,--project it, by an intense effort of the will, into the space before you.
The increate perpetual thirst, that draws Toward the realm of God's own form, bore us Swift almost as the heaven ye behold.
I must likewise take notice, that there are in Milton several Words of his own coining, as Cerberean, miscreated, Hell-doom'd, Embryon Atoms, and many others.
But if happly you dwell altogither in Iustinians Courte, and giue your selfe to be devoured of secreate studies, as of all likelyhood you doe, yet at least imparte some your olde or newe, Latine or Englishe, eloquent and gallant poesies to vs, from whose eves, you saye, you keepe in a manner nothing hidden.
Nisroch, Sin, Samas, Nebo, Bin, Ninip, and their great spouses, who procreate eternally in the lofty temple of the upper and the nether world (Aralli) blessed the splendid wonders, the superb streets in the town of Dur-Sarkin.
The earth was represented as a mother goddess, who bore the plants and animals procreated by Shang Ti.
In this state they suggest a greater majesty and beauty than any finished human work can show; the crumbling traces of the half-obliterated design producing somewhat of the effect of the first idea of any thing admirable, when it dawns upon the mind of an artist or a poet,--an idea which, do what he may, he is sure to fall short of in his attempt to embody it.... Conceive all these shattered walls, with here and there an arched door, or the great arched vacancy of a window; these broken stones and monuments scattered about; these rows of pillars up and down the nave, these arches, through which a giant might have stepped, and not needed to bow his head, unless in reverence to the sanctity of the place,--conceive it all, with such verdure and embroidery of flowers as the gentle, kindly moisture of the English climate procreates on all old things, making them more beautiful than new, conceive it with the grass for sole pavement of the long and spacious aisle, and the sky above for the only roof.
I would not willingly detract from the beauty of this paragraph; and, in gratitude to him who has so well inculcated such important truths, I will venture to admonish him, since the chief comfort of the old is the recollection of the past, so to employ his time and his thoughts, that, when the imbecility of age shall come upon him, he may be able to recreate its languors, by the remembrance of hours spent, not in presumptuous decisions, but modest inquiries; not in dogmatical limitations of omnipotence, but in humble acquiescence, and fervent adoration.
"While such a state of things lasts, commerce is arrested, your shops are deserted, orders which would come from all parts are suspended; your arms are idle, credit cannot be recreated, the capital which the Government requires to rid the territory of the presence of the enemy, comes to hand but slowly.
Few minds will be long confined to severe and laborious meditation; and when a successful attack on knowledge has been made, the student recreates himself with the contemplation of his conquest, and forbears another incursion, till the new-acquired truth has become familiar, and his curiosity calls upon him for fresh gratifications.
I feel my bosom glow with wonted fires: Raised from the vulgar press, my mind aspires, Wing'd with high thoughts, unto His praise to climb From deep Eternity who call'd forth time:-- That ESSENCE, which, not mov'd, makes each thing move,-- Uncreate beauty--all-creating love... Ineffable, all-powerful GOD, all free,-- Thou only liv'st, and all things live by thee... Perfection's sum--prime cause of every cause, Midst and beginning, where all good doth pause... Incomprehensible, by reachless height; And unperceived, by excessive light.
Look at the verdure, flowers, and fruits which in the mild season adorn the surface of the earth; the uncreated hand fashions their fine forms, paints their exquisite colors, and exhales their delightful perfumes.
17th.--"Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me," was a language which secretly passed my mind in meeting this morning; and though inwardly poor as I am, yet I dare not but acknowledge it a privilege to be favored even with a good desire.