Memoirs of a traveller [calling himself Duchillou] now in retirement, written by himself. Transl, المجلد 5

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New Maxims 11 Natural Liberty does not exist
12
Definition of Chance
14
Maxim of Marcus Aurelius
15
Beautiful Stanza of Le Franc de Pompignan
16
More Good than Evil 1
17
Origin of Evil
18
vili CONTENTS No Page 23 The Great
20
Le Méchant a Comedy by Gresset
23
A Blow received patiently at Rome
24
Another at Venice
25
Drunken Valet 31 Repartee of Foote to Lord Sandwich ib 32 Court of Vienna
26
Gods Prescience
27
What constitutes Country
28
Whether the Arabians have been conquered
30
Vices and Virtues in whom found
31
BonMot of the Grand Duke of Russia
32
BonMot of a Physician
33
The Pretender wished for in America
35
The Bostonians tired of the English Government
36
Hannibals Passage into Italy
37
Hannibal dissolving the Alps
38
Posterity of Charlemagne
40
Quantity of Corn necessary to support a Man
42
Family of DArgenson
44
Fine Latin Inscription in the Alps
46
No Page 52 BonMot relative to Cardinal de Rohan
47
Letter from a French Officer after the Battle of Rosback
48
Letter from the Marquis de Gironde to the King
49
Distinction between Orgueil and Fierté
50
Another made by the Prince de Conti to Diderot
51
Singular Apology of the King of Prussia to his Nephew 32
52
Repartee of Cardinal de Luynes to Louis XV 33
53
The Pretender in London
54
Error of Mr Brydone
55
Shocking Confinement of a Friar
56
A Blow given and how returned
57
Another Blow
58
Island of Ithaca
59
Anecdote of the Prince of Piedmont
61
Another ib 09 Sprightly Repartee of a Child to a Bishop
62
Mr Pitt and Mr Fox
63
Humorous Anecdote of Lady Berkeley
64
Singular Anecdote of Zamperini
66
Unfortunate and affecting Instance of Love
67
Comparison of English and French Coins
70
Weight of the National Debt of England in Ten Pound Bank Notes
71
Curious Effect of Compound Interest
72
Plutarchs Definition of the Beautiful ib 78 Definition of La Morgue
73
Answer of M DAguesseau to his Son
74
Extraordinary Occurrence at Pisa
75
Humorous Scruples of a Curate
78
Sects
79
State of the Arts and Sciences in Italy
80
Arrangement of a Cabinet of Natural History
87
Two Letters from Voltaire relative to Myself
93
BonMot of the Chevalier Gatti
100
Lord Lansdownes Answer to the Abbé Morellet
101
Friendship
102
Esteem in Love 103 1
103
Maxim of Marcus Aurelius
104
Presumption
105
Beautiful Distich by Amalteo
106
Prompt Repartee of a Swede
107
No Page 109 Taste
110
Alexander and Cesar
111
Distinction between the Heart and the Soul
113
Gallantry of a Financier
114
Accident which happened to M de Calonne
115
Anecdote of Mr Pitt
116
Portrait of Charles I suitable to Louis XVI
117
Pyramids of Egypt
137
The Island Atlandeidus
138
Result of the globular Form of the Earth
140
Of Wit among the Germans
141
Proof of the Existence of God à priori
146
Definition of God
149
Of Space
152
xit CONTENTS No Page 137 Inexplicaple Mystery of the Trinity
155
Union of the Soul and Body
159
Qualities
160
Vital Principle lost by Motion
161
Salvation of the Gentiles
162
Of Apparitions
163
Immortality of the Soul
165
Proofs of the Truth of the Christian Religion
166
Other Proofs 172 1
172
Trogus Pompeus respecting Joseph
174
Marriage of the first Preachers of the Gospel c
176
Temptations of Paul
179
To covet a Woman is Adultery
180
Locality of Hell and Duration of its Torments
182
Of Demons their State and Dwelling
185
Anecdote of Pichler
186
Ethics of Aristotle 190
190
Does such a Quality as Reason exist ?
191
Of the Generation of the World according to Ficinus
192
Of Persons who have sweat Blood
195
Definition of Matter by Newton
199
Chain of Beings
201
Metals defined
202
Of Westminster Bridge
203
The Necessity for Subordination exemplified
204
The Heart capable of admitting of coexist ing yet vehement Passions
205
Anecdote of Baron van Swieten
206
No Page 165 Abbé de Choisy
208
Cardinal du Perron and Cardinal Richelieu
210
Kings of France of Age at 13 Years old
211
The Dilemma of Protagoras
212
Trinity of Plato
213
Adventure at Turin
214
Theodore Beza
216
Ridiculous Custom
217
Of the Miracles
218
Existence of the Attributes of God
219
Injustice of Voltaire towards Plato
221
Unhappy End of an Irish Bishop
224
Axiom and Maxim
225
Saying of Bussy
226
Materiality of the Souls of Beasts mentioned in Scripture
227
Louis XVI
228
Chrysippus and Cicero respecting the Souls of Beasts and Idiots
235
Removal of the Obelisks
236
The Marchioness de Merteuil
237
The Jews believed in the Immortality of the Soul and the Resurrection
242
Anecdote
244
Of Politics
245
The Force of Prejudice
249
BonMot of Doctor Johnson
251
Twenty good Acquaintances are the Change for a Friend
252
Prince Alexis Son of Peter I
254
Jocelyn
258
Count de Viry
260
London
265
The reformed Robber
266
Portrait of Philantos
267
Anecdote of Four Piedmontese Grenadiers
269
Curious Adventure attributed to a dead Body
272
A ridiculous Duel
276
Anecdote of Lord Evelyn Stuart
277

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الصفحة 149 - This Being governs all things, not as the soul of the world, but as Lord over all; and on account of his dominion he is wont to be called Lord God...
الصفحة 120 - To conclude, he was the worthiest gentleman, the best master, the best friend, the best husband, the best father, and the best Christian, that the age in which he lived produced.
الصفحة 120 - This made him more irresolute than the conjuncture of his affairs would admit : if he had been of a rougher and more imperious nature, he would have found more respect and duty. And his not applying some severe cures to approaching evils proceeded from the lenity of his nature, and the tenderness of his conscience, which, in all cases of blood, made him choose...
الصفحة 239 - I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob ; now God is not the God of the dead, but of the living.
الصفحة 121 - And if he were not the greatest king, if he were without some parts and qualities which have made some kings great and happy, no other prince was ever unhappy who was possessed of half his virtues and endowments, and so much without any kind of vice.
الصفحة 19 - Nè di lui ch' a tal nodo mi distrigne. Vedete ben quanti color dipigne Amor sovente in mezzo del mio volto, E potrete pensar qual dentro fammi, Là 've dì e notte stammi Addosso col poder e' ha in voi raccolto, Luci beate e liete; Se non che 'l veder voi stesse v' è tolto: Ma quante volte a me vi rivolgete, Conoscete in altrui quel che voi siete.
الصفحة 151 - His perfections ; but we reverence and adore Him on account of His dominion. For we adore Him as His servants ; and a God without dominion, providence, and final causes is nothing else but Fate and Nature.
الصفحة 23 - Des flatteurs , des valets , des plaisants détestables, Des jeunes gens d'un ton, d'une stupidité!.. Des femmes d'un caprice, et d'une fausseté!.. Des prétendus esprits souffrir la suffisance , Et la grosse...
الصفحة 19 - 1 suo aspetto giova a consentir ciò che par maraviglia ; onde la nostra fede è aiutata : però fu tal da -etterno ordinata. Cose appariscon ne lo suo aspetto che mostran de...
الصفحة 13 - ... imposed upon them, without their consent given either by themselves or their representatives ; and it may easily be shewn, that man, by the constitution of his nature, never subsists a free and independent being, from the first to the last moment of his residence on this terrestrial globe ; where, during the first nine months of his existence, he is confined in a dark and sultry prison, debarred from light and air ; till at length, by an habeas corpus brought by the hand of some kind deliverer,...

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