These various and often opposing impulses are not placed and kept in order and under direction by any law of na- ture, nor can they control themselves.
APRIL, 1889, TO SEPTEMBER, 1889, NEW YORK: THE OFFICE OF THE CATHOLIC WORLD, 6 PARK: 1889. The superior soul has also its appetites, seeking after higher good, knowledge, power, glory, whatever else is pleasing to self-love.
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It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. Others cause themselves to be buried or burned alive. The Committee is composed of MM, Hase, Quatrcmtre, Rcynaud, Guemrd, and A. Francisque Michel has been ap- pointed by the Minister of Public In- fitructton to go to England, for the purpose of inspecting the public libroriei and archives, and of making notes or copies of every thing he may find e' 1 dating the ancient hjstory and liten of Fiance.
Sacīkšu laikā iespējami dažādi papildus pārbaudījumi grupu dalībniekiem.
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Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. Elphinstone, the acting magifi- trate in Behar, following the enamplea of Mr. The enquiries respecting the sanction which the sacrifice derived from the dogmas of the Hindoo superstition, which immediately afterwards took place, resulted in a report from the Nizamut Adawlut, or chief criminal court, that the " practice of widow* 1 tfe.1 Sajulii^ of Bramins, and the Bull and Ctm, buminf themselves with the bodies or their deceased husbands, is founded on the rt Ugiou M notion M of the Hindoos, a»d ia expreniy $taied with aifproba- tion in their low." Among the texts quoted from the Shasters in support of the pructice, were the following, which were considered to be very influential on the minds of Hindoo females, by whom they were received and be- lie^ed — "There are three millions and a half of hairs upon the human body And every woman who burns herself with the bodv of her hu&band, will reside with him in heaven during a like number of years;" and " in the same manner as a snake- catcher drags a snake from his bole, so does a woman who bums herself draw her husband oat of hell, and she after- wards resides with him in heaven/' There were some cases, however, in which even the Hindoo taw declared the practice illf gal, and with the whole evidence before them, the Government resolved, in the first instance, by a circular order to the magistrates, to prohibit the practice ia those cases only, and obtain further information. Green- wood, M, A., Cambridge, Reader in His- tory and Polite Literature ; Rev. On June 23, the Society for the In- struction of the People ^eld its half- yearly inceti Dg in Paris, at which about eleven hundred persons were jiresent, including sevenil Deputies, Avith il. Laruhit, and other eminent characteri, •with a great ruimber of Indies.
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