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  • And I know of no reason why men of such a character, in a community of whatever denomination in religion, caeteris paribus, with other suitable qualifications, should not be acceptable to the people, and why they may not be employed by them with safety and advantage in the important offices of government.

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  • E multis eduliis unum elige, relictisque caeteris, ex eo comede.

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  • Prae caeteris corporis proceritate et egregia indole mirandus apparebat, caeteri autem capti ejus amore videbantur,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Tales plus caeteris timent, et continue tristantur, valde suspiciosi, solitudinem diligunt, corruptissimas habent imaginationes, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • This I approve; but of the other two I resolve with Salisburiensis, caeteris paribus, both rich alike, endowed alike, majori miseria deformis habetur quam formosa servatur, I had rather marry a fair one, and put it to the hazard, than be troubled with a blowze; but do as thou wilt, I speak only of myself.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Non desunt, qui ex jugi studio, et intempestiva lucubratione, huc devenerunt, hi prae caeteris enim plerunque melancholia solent infestari.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Crysalus e caeteris auro dives, manicato pepio et tiara conspicuus, levis alioquin et nullius consilii,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Of [6234] Cato's mind belike, that would have his servants (cum ancillis congredi coitus causa, definito aere, ut graviora facinora evitarent, caeteris interim interdicens) familiar with some such feminine creatures, to avoid worse mischiefs in his house, and made allowance for it.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ultimum refugium, extremum medicamentum, quod caetera omnia claudit, quaecunque caeteris laxativis pelli non possunt ad hunc pertinent; si non huic, nulli cedunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Haec si vinum simplex, et per se sumptum praestare possit, nam — [4799] quo me Bacche rapis tui plenum? quam non insaniam, quem non furorem a caeteris expectemus?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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