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286 . • Nascetur pulchrâ Trojanus origine Cæsar . and in Æneid x . I . 618 . • Ille
tamen nostra deducit origine nomen . ' and as nullus is used for obscure , is it not
in the genius of the Latin language to write nullius originis , D 2 ÆTAT , 57 . DR .
to them by a translation of the holy books in their own language . If obedience to
the will of God be necessary to happiness , and knowledge of his will be
necessary to obedience , I know not how he that withholds this knowledge , or
delays it ...
My zeal for languages may seem , perhaps , rather overheated , even to those by
whom I desire to be well esteemed . ... by wishing the continuance of every
language , however narrow in its extent , or however incommodious for common
I am glad the old language is taught , and honour the translator as a man whom
God has distinguished by the high office of propagating his word . “ I must take
the liberty of engaging you in an office of charity . Mrs . Heely , the wife of Mr .
Because , sir ( replied the shopkeeper ) , you speak neither English nor Scotch ,
but something different from both , which I conclude is the language of America . "
BosweLL . “ It may be of use , sir , to have a Dictionary to ascertain the ...
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