The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Including All His Occasional Works: Namely Letters, Speeches, Tracts, State Papers, Memorials, Devices and All Authentic Writings Not Already Printed Among His Philosophical, Literary, Or Professional Works
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עמוד 12 - No body can be healthful without exercise, neither natural body nor politic; and certainly to a kingdom or estate, a just and honourable war is the true exercise. A civil war indeed is like the heat of a fever; but a foreign war is like the heat of exercise, and serveth to keep the body in health ; for in a slothful peace, botli courages will effeminate and manners corrupt.
עמוד 8 - The faults he hath he learn how to hide and colour them, but not much to amend them ; like an ill mower, that mows on still, and never whets his scythe : whereas with the learned man it fares otherwise, that he doth ever intermix the correction and amendment of his mind with the use and employment thereof.
עמוד 80 - ... tenancies for years, lives, and at will (whereupon much of the yeomanry lived) were turned into demesnes. This bred a decay of people, and by consequence a decay of towns, churches, tithes, and the like.
עמוד 318 - I know, and must confess, if we had failed of our ends, we should, rather than have been disappointed, even have drawn blood from herself.
עמוד 127 - I did as plainly see his overthrow chained as it were by destiny to that journey, as it is possible for a man to ground a judgment upon future contingents.
עמוד 304 - ... used force for their mediation. Being asked, what should have been done by any of the persons that should have been removed from the Queen ? He answered, that he never found my Lord disposed to shed blood ; but that any that should have been found, should have had indifferent...
עמוד 80 - ... occupation being kept up, did of necessity enforce that dweller not to be a beggar or cottager, but a man of some substance, that might keep hinds and servants, and set the plough on going. This did wonderfully concern the might and...
עמוד 100 - I think, if your lordship lent your reputation in this case ; that is, to pretend, that if peace go not on, and the queen mean to make, not a defensive war as in times past, but a full re-conquest of those parts of the country, you would accept the charge ; I think it would help to settle Tyrone in his seeking accord, and win you a great deal of honour gratis.
עמוד 80 - That all houses of husbandry, that were used with twenty acres of ground and upwards, should be maintained and kept up for ever; together with a competent proportion of land to be used and occupied with them...
עמוד 17 - ... stay long in one city or town, more or less as the place deserveth, but not long; nay, when he stayeth in one city or town, let him change his lodging from one end and part of the town to another, which is a great adamant of acquaintance; let him sequester himself from the company of his countrymen, and diet in such places where there is good company of the nation where he travelleth...