My brother, when thou hast a virtue, and it is thine own virtue, thou hast it in common with no one.
Then hast thou its name in common with the people, and hast become one of the people and the herd with thy virtue!
Now if thou hast seen all these, be not afraid of the rude answer which Lord Rochester once gave to a man who had seen many things.
She was most like the picture of Lady Ranelagh: and, I have heard, more still to the famous dutchess of Mazarine; but most of all she resembled one whose image never can depart from my breast, and whom, if thou dost remember, thou hast then, my friend, an adequate idea of Sophia.
Thou shalt not quit this land, till thou hast
No portents now our foes amaze, Forsaken Israel wanders lone; Our fathers would not know =Thy= ways, And =Thou= hast left them to their own.
But =Thou= hast said, the blood of goat, The flesh of rams, I will not prize; A contrite heart, and humble thought, Are mine accepted sacrifice.
Peace," said Don Quixote; "where hast thou ever seen or heard that a knight-errant has been arraigned before a court of justice, however many homicides he may have committed?
But tell me, as thou livest, hast thou seen a more valiant knight than I in all the known world; hast thou read in history of any who has or had higher mettle in attack, more spirit in maintaining it, more dexterity in wounding or skill in overthrowing?
Such a friend as thou hast even now wished for," said she, "with whom to weep over thy sin, thou hast in me, the partner of it
So brief a journey would bring thee from a world where thou hast been most wretched, to one where thou mayest still be happy
thou e'er heard the song of the Deserted Shepherdess?