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" Apollodorus, who had been in tears during almost the whole conversation, began then to raise great cries, and to lament with such excessive grief, as pierced the hearts of all that were present. Socrates alone remained unmoved, and even reproved his friends,... "
Pinnock's improved edition of dr. Goldsmith's History of Greece, abridged ... - الصفحة 266
بواسطة Oliver Goldsmith - 1822
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The beauties of history; or, Pictures of virtue and vice, drawn from real life

L M. Stretch - 1801 - عدد الصفحات: 230
...some time , began to lament with such excessive grief,as pierced the hearts of all that were present. Socrates alone remained unmoved , and even reproved his friends , though with his usual mildness aad good nature. What are you doing , » said he to them , « I admire at you* Ah ! what is become...

The Monthly Miscellany for ..., المجلد 2

1774
...though with his ufual mildnefs and good nature. ' What are you doing ? (faid he to them.) I admire at you ! Oh, what is become of your virtue ? Was it not for this I Cant away the women, that they might not fall into thefe weaknefTes ? for I have always heard fay,...

The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians ..., المجلد 4

Charles Rollin - 1774
...great tries, and to lament with fuch exceflivc grief, as pierced the hearts of all that were prefent. Socrates alone remained unmoved, and even reproved his friends, though with his ulual mildnefs and good. nature. " What are you doing f" iaid he to them, " I admire at you. 44 Ah...

A New History of the Grecian States,: From Their Earliest Period to Their ...

Richard Johnson - 1786 - عدد الصفحات: 132
...great cries, and to lament with fudi txctflivt grief, as pierced the hearts of all that were pretent. Socrates alone remained unmoved, and even reproved his friends, though with his uf'ual mildnefs and good-nature. " What are you doing? (faid he to them) Oh ! what is become of your...

The Monthly magazine

Monthly literary register - 1841
...and pupils — come, be men, be men. Don't whimper — courage ! My eye and hand are steadyWhere is your virtue? Was it not for this I sent away the women ? Prithee do not Fall into guch ridiculous weaknesses ? I've always heard it said that a brave man...

The Grecian History: From the Earliest State, to the Death of ..., المجلدات 1-2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1805
...great cries, and to lament with such excessive grief, as pierced the hearts of all that were present. Socrates alone remained unmoved, and even reproved...nature. ' What are you doing ?* said he to them. ' I admire at you ! Oh! what is become of your virtue ? was it not for this I sent away the womenj that...

The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians ..., المجلد 4

Charles Rollin - 1805
...great cries, and to lamer.t with such excessive grief, as pierced the hearts of all who were present. Socrates alone remained unmoved, and even reproved his friends, though with his usual mildness and good-nature. •' What are you doing i" said he to them, " I admire at you. " Ah ! What is become of...

Goldsmith's History of Greece, Abridged, المجلدات 1-2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1806
...began then to make such loud and bluer lamentations , as pierced the hearts of all that were present. Socrates alone remained unmoved , and even reproved his friends , though with his usual mildness and good-nature. « What are you doing » ? said he to them : « I wonder at you ! Oh ! what is become...

The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians ..., المجلد 4

Charles Rollin - 1808
...were present. Socrates alone remained unmoved, and even reproved h'rs friends, though with his^usual mildness and good nature. " What are you doing ?" said he to them, " I admire at you. Ah ! What is become of your virtue ? Was it not for this I sent away the women, that...

Dr. Goldsmith's History of Greece: Abridged for the Use of Schools

Oliver Goldsmith - 1809 - عدد الصفحات: 298
...then to make such loud and titter lamentations as pierced the hearts -of all that •were present. Socrates alone remained unmoved, and even reproved his friends, though with his usual mildness and good-nature. " What are you doing ?" sail} he to them : " I •wonder at yon ! Oh ! what is become...




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