And it seemeth his favor was so great, as Antonius, in a letter which is recited verbatim in one of Cicero's Philippics
, calleth him venefica, witch; as if he had enchanted Caesar.
The gruel came and supplied a great deal to be saidmuch praise and many comments undoubting decision of its wholesomeness for every constitution, and pretty severe Philippics
upon the many houses where it was never met with tolerable;but, unfortunately, among the failures which the daughter had to instance, the most recent, and therefore most prominent, was in her own cook at South End, a young woman hired for the time, who never had been able to understand what she meant by a basin of nice smooth gruel, thin, but not too thin.
When this commotion had a little subsided, the principal chief squatted once more before me, and throwing himself into a sudden rage, poured forth a string of philippics
, which I was at no loss to understand, from the frequent recurrence of the word Happar, as being directed against the natives of the adjoining valley.
In the distance was the ancient, but still almost perfect Temple of Theseus, and close by, looking to the west, was the Bema, from whence Demosthenes thundered his philippics
and fired the wavering patriotism of his countrymen.
Ferrars looked exceedingly angry, and drawing herself up more stiffly than ever, pronounced in retort this bitter philippic
, "Miss Morton is Lord Morton's daughter."
Selfridge Merry, installed in the honorary arm-chairs tacitly reserved for them, paused to listen to the younger man's philippic
Numerous criticisms of contemporary planning--which read like philippics
against bureaucrats, technicians, and their procedures--appear alongside Sitte's attempts to integrate the wisdom of traditional artistic principles into the rapidly developing world of the late 19th century.
Strauss not only takes Cicero seriously as a political thinker, but celebrates him as "the last lion of the Republic." Cicero offered "heroic resistance from the well of the Senate" as he delivered a series of speeches against Antony in 44-43 B.C., collectively known as the Philippics
. He could have fled Italy, but instead chose to stay and fight: "Whatever happened, Cicero could be sure of one thing.
Fufius Calenus, which is in reply to one of Cicero's Philippics
, Cassio Dio alleges an illicit affair between Cicero and his necessaria.
Finally, in language that echoes the Philippics
of Demosthenes, Taylor reminded the people of the United States that although they may find themselves in dangerous straits, they can take back control of the ship of state and sail it into the calm waters of republicanism.
won him attention from the FBI and lost the favor of several of the other founders, who insisted that they wanted nothing to do with such anti-patriotic stances.
(47) Romilly is somewhat more forgiving about the "violent philippics
" generated in response to these "very obnoxious" new regulations.