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  • Haec scripsi (testor amorem) mixta lachrymis et suspiriis, 'twixt tears and sighs, I write this

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Expletur lachrymis egeriturque dolor: yet after a day's mourning or two, comfort thyself for thy heaviness, Eccles. xxxviii.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Apollineis lachrymis, a sweet, a loving, a fair, a witty child, of great hope, another Eteoneus, whom Pindarus the poet and

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • How doth [2321] Quintilian complain for the loss of his son, to despair almost: Cardan lament his only child in his book de libris propriis, and elsewhere in many of his tracts, [2322] St. Ambrose his brother's death? an ego possum non cogitare de te, aut sine lachrymis cogitare?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ob hanc causam mulieres ablegaram ne talia facerent; nos haec audientes erubuimus et destitimus a lachrymis.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Regis, Reginae, Principum Henrici et Caroli Gemmarius, bene merenti, non sine lachrymis, hoc Monumentum pie posuit.

    The Fortunes of Nigel

  • Frater autem Thomas, et frater Demetrius extra populum in loco separato flexis genibus orantes cum lachrymis deuotioni se dederunt Frater autem Iocobus iterum ignem exiuit illaesus sicut prius fecerat: quod videns omnis populus clamare coepit, peccatum est, deccatum est, offendere eos, quià sancti sunt.

    The Journal of Friar Odoric

  • Cum enim ab oraculo Midas pater accepisset, non prius conclusum iri istam voraginem, quam res eò preciosissimæ immitterentur: Anchurus existimans, nihil esse anima pretiosius, sese viuum in illud profundissimum chasma præcipitem dedit: ídque tanto animi cum feruore, vt neque parentis desiderio, neque dulcissimæ coniugis amplexu vel lachrymis, ab isto proposito se retrahi passus sit.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • Et omnibus ruinis sanctissim� ciuitatis, tam extra, qu鄊 intra; numerosis lachrymis intimo affectu compassi, ad quorundam restaurationem datis non paucis pecunijs, exire in patriam et sacratissimo Iordane intingi, vniuers醧ue Chrtsti vestigia osculari, desiderantissima deuotione suspirabamus.

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

  • Cum enim ab oraculo Midas pater accepisset, non prius conclusum iri istam voraginem, quam res e� preciosissim� immitterentur: Anchurus existimans, nihil esse anima pretiosius, sese viuum in illud profundissimum chasma pr鎐ipitem dedit: 韉que tanto animi cum feruore, vt neque parentis desiderio, neque dulcissim� coniugis amplexu vel lachrymis, ab isto proposito se retrahi passus sit.

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

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