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warneford scholarships 617 tumultes populaires II fallait bien qu'il eul Rome des divi- sions et cesguerriers si fiers si audacieux si tertibles au dehors ne pourai nt pas etre bien odet6s au dedans Demander dans un etat lihre des gens hardis dans la guerre et timides dans la paix e'est vouloir des choses impossibles et pour fcgle genorale toutes les fois qu'on vena tout le monde tranquille dans un itat qui se donne le nom de republique on peut etre assure que la liberte u'y est pas -Chap IX Give some idea of the art of war among the Romans What Course did the Romans pursue for subduing all nations Mention the two causes of the fall of Rome Translate into French The history of Greece is in many respects the best com- mentary on the history of Italy Five hundred years before the Christian era the citizens of the republics round the jEgean Sea formed perhaps the finest militia that ever existed As wealth and refinement advanced the system underwent gradual alteration The Ionian states were the first in which commerce and the arts were cultivated and the first in which the ancient discipline decayed Within eighty years after the battle of Plataea mercenary troops were everywheie plying for battles and sieges In the time of Demosthenes it was scarcely possible to persuade or compel the Athenians to enlist for foreign service The laws of ycurgus prohibited trade and manufactures The Spartans therefore continued to form national force long after their neighbours had begun to hire soldiers But their military spirit declined with their singular institutions In the second century before Christ Greece contained only one nation of warriors-the savage highlanders of jEtolia-who were some generatiuiis behind their countrymen in cultivation and intel- ligence -Macadlat it When did you hear from your father What was the matter with him cannot afford to buy that book Do you think it fair What do you mean If you come to town call upon me Bring your brother with you Bring me newspaper Ā£ Take my cousin to school Pay attention and take more pains
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