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  • Vidi Romae melancholicum qui adhibitis multis remediis, sanari non poterat; sed cum cranium gladio fractum esset, optime sanatus est.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Carolus a Lorme, amongst other questions discussed for his degree at Montpelier in France, hath this, An amantes et amantes iisdem remediis curentur?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ferum profecto dirumque ulcus animi, remediis non cedens medendo exasperatur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Inter auxilia multa adhibita, duo visa sunt remedium adferre, usus seri caprini cum extracto Hellebori, et irrigatio ex lacte Nympheae, violarum, &c. suturae coronali adhibita; his remediis sanitate pristinam adeptus est.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Frustra fatigant remediis aegros, qui victus ratione curari possunt, Heurnius.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • And Lipsius could complain, that criticks were making faults, by trying to remove them, Ut olim vitiis, ita nunc remediis laboratur.

    Preface to Shakespeare

  • And Lipsius could complain, that criticks were making faults, by trying to remove them, Ut olim vitiis, ita nunc remediis laboratur.

    Preface to Shakespeare

  • (De remediis utriusque fortunae) with the intention of providing men with material for strengthening their inner defenses against fortune.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Ac volentes super his congruis remediis providere, prasdictos Indos et omnes alias gentes ad notitiam Christianorum imposterum deventuras, licet extra Fidem Christi existant sua libertate àc rerum suarum dominio privatos, seù privandos non esse.

    Bartholomew de Las Casas; his life, apostolate, and writings

  • Petrarch's _de remediis_, and Erasmus's Dialogues; also Peter Pindar's poems, ... which pleased me much more than I expected.

    The Bibliotaph and Other People

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