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  • Nigel, “ast senex veneratissimus annum agit, ni fallor, septuagesimum.”

    The Fortunes of Nigel

  • I had no sooner pronounced these words, than the old gentleman, running towards me, shook me by the hand, crying, “Fili mi dilectissime! unde venis? — a superis, ni fallor?”

    The Adventures of Roderick Random

  • (Brandanus veteribus Noruagis, Crantzio, ni fallor, Alebrandus appellatur) ad fidem Papisticam, qu� tum Christiana putabatur, in

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

  • (Brandanus veteribus Noruagis, Crantzio, ni fallor, Alebrandus appellatur) ad fidem Papisticam, quæ tum Christiana putabatur, in

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • [337] The notion of the soul's immediate self-knowledge is a basic conception in Augustine's psychology and epistemology; cf. the refutation of skepticism, Si fallor, sum in On Free Will, II, 3: 7; see also the City of God, XI, 26.

    Confessions and Enchiridion, newly translated and edited by Albert C. Outler

  • Preces, Supplex Libellus, Supplicatio, vel ut jam loquimur Petitio viro Principi exhibita, ni fallor ab AS.

    The Rowley Poems

  • A. di, precor, hunc iuuenem, quem uos (neque fallor) ab ipso aethere misistis, post longa reducite uitae tempora uel potius mortale resoluite pensum et date perpetuo caelestia fila metallo: 140 sit deus et nolit pensare palatia caelo!

    A Singing Match

  • Nam nisi fallor ea uera est et perfecta felicitas quae sufficientem, potentem, reuerendum, celebrem laetumque perficiat.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Remember the definition given of Christianity by the Proconsul (ni fallor) spoken of in the Acts of the Apostles, “Touching one Jesus, which was dead, and whom Paul declared to be alive.”

    Recollections of My Youth

  • Rondel [etii] _ says: Hec belua Anglis, (vt dixi) Hore vocatur, & alio nomine Horlepoole & VVirlepoole etiam, ni fallor, earu {m} nimiru {m} omnium significatione, quòd impetuo suo & flatu vorticosas in mari tanquam palude procellas excitet.

    Early English Meals and Manners

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