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  • Vulgus incolarum descensum esse per voraginem illam ad inferos persuasum habet: Inde cum pr鎙ia committuntur alibi in quacunque parte orbis terrarum aut c鎑es fiunt cruent� commoueri horrendos circumcirca tumultus & excitari clamores atque eiulatus ingentes long� experienti� didicerunt.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Vulgus incolarum descensum esse per voraginem illam ad inferos persuasum habet: Inde cum prælia committuntur alibi in quacunque parte orbis terrarum aut cædes fiunt cruentæ commoueri horrendos circumcirca tumultus & excitari clamores atque eiulatus ingentes longâ experientiâ didicerunt.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • * [6709] Æternitatem temporis juxta sensum mysticum in se includit, ut alias in Scriptura; quia nunquam a tali somno, id est, conjunctione cum sponso, excitari velit.

    Of Communion with God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost

  • Ed. [239] “Æternitatem temporis juxta sensum mysticum in se includit, ut alias in Scriptura; quia nunquam a tali somno, id est, conjunctione cum sponso, excitari velit.” —

    Of Communion with God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost

  • * [3085] Æternitatem temporis juxta sensum mysticum in se includit, ut alias in Scriptura; quia nunquam a tali somno, id est, conjunctione cum sponso, excitari velit.

    Of Communion with God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost

  • Unctionis ritu peracto, abiturientes, ne forte a maritis in lectis desiderantur, vel per incantationem somnum, aurem nimirum vellicando dextra manu prius praedicto unguine illita, conciliant maritis ex quo non facile possunt excitari; vel daemones personas quasdam dormientibus adumbrant, quas, si contigeret expergisci, suas uxores esse putarent; vel interea alius daemon in forma succubi ad latus maritorum adjungitur qui loco uxoris est ....

    Among My Books First Series

  • Oldbuck stood astonished at this last act of temerity. ` ` are you mad, Hector? '' he cried, ` ` or have you forgotten what is said by Quintus Curtius, with whom, as a soldier, you must needs be familiar, --- _Nobilis equus umbra quidem virg regitur; ignavus ne calcari quidem excitari potest; _ which plainly shows that spurs are useless in every case, and, I may add, dangerous in most. ''

    The Antiquary

  • "Necesse est cum musculi lumbares virgis aut flagellis diverberantur, spiritus vitales revelli, adeoque salaces motus ob vicinam partium genitalium et testium excitari, qui venereis ac illecebris cerebrum mentemque fascinant ac virtutem castitatis ad extremas augustias redigunt."

    Aphrodisiacs and Anti-aphrodisiacs: Three Essays on the Powers of Reproduction

  • Curtius, with whom, as a soldier, you must needs be familiar, -- _Nobilis equus umbra quidem virgae regitur; ignavus ne calcari quidem excitari potest; _ which plainly shows that spurs are useless in every case, and, I may add, dangerous in most. "

    The Antiquary — Volume 02

  • Quintus Curtius, with whom, as a soldier, you must needs be familiar, — Nobilis equus umbra quidem virgae regitur; ignavus ne calcari quidem excitari potest; which plainly shows that spurs are useless in every case, and, I may add, dangerous in most.”

    The Antiquary

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