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  • [1112] Et conjurati veniunt in classica venti: as in Joshua's time, as in Pharaoh's reign in Egypt; they are but as so many executioners of his justice.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • I was recognized in that short sentence as a "great medicine white man"; and since that time, have been regularly installed medicine or mystery, which is the most honorable degree that could be conferred upon me here; and I now hold a place amongst the most eminent and envied personages, the doctors and conjurati of this titled community.

    Letters and notes on the manners, customs, and conditions of the North American Indians

  • But amongst equals in condition there could be no such bond, and this was supplied by confederacy; and as the first of these principles created the senior and the knight, the second produced the _conjurati fratres_, which, sometimes as a more extensive, sometimes as a stricter bond, are perpetually mentioned in the old laws and histories.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 07 (of 12)

  • Maii, et se fide et sacramento non fracto ibi in unam et simul confœderare, et consolidare sicut conjurati fratres ad defendendum regnum contra alienigenas et contra inimicos, unâ cum domino suo rege, et terras et honores illius omni fidelitate cum eo servare, et quod illi ut domino suo regi intra et extra regnum universum Britanniæ fideles esse volunt -- LL.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 07 (of 12)

  • I introduce to you a new character -- not a doctor or a high-priest, yet a medicine-man, and one of the highest and most respectable order, a "Rain Maker" Such dignitaries live in the Mandan nation, aye, and "rain stoppers" too; and even those also amongst their conjurati, who, like Joshua of old, have even essayed to stop the sun in his course; but from the inefficiency of their medicine or mystery, have long since descended into insignificance.

    Letters and notes on the manners, customs, and conditions of the North American Indians

  • “Guti vero similiter cum veniunt (in regnum Britanniæ) suscipi debent, et protegi in regno isto sicut conjurati fratres, sicut propinqui et proprii cives regni hujus.

    Chips From A German Workshop. Vol. III. Essays on Literature, Biography, and Antiquities

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