Commentary On The New Testament

Author: Robert H. Gundry
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Additionally, the cheerful greeting, the respectful address, and the affectionate
kiss represent hypocrisy at its height. Irony too. The greeting is ironic in that it
literally means “Rejoice” or, as we'd say, “Have a nice day,” whereas Jesus is
going to be killed. The address is likewise ironic in that “Rabbi” means “my great
one,” yet Judas has gotten only the price of a slave for betraying Jesus (26:14–16
). And the kiss is ironic in that the verb for it either intensifies the connotation of
affection or ...

The London Literary Gazette And Journal Of Belles Lettres Arts Sciences Etc

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them, till they were stopped by a wall: Sir John accompanied them in this charge.
He now sent Captain Hardinge to order up a battalion of guards to the left flank of
the 42d. The officer commanding the light infantry conceived, at this, that they
were to be relieved by the guards, because their ammunition was nearly
expended, and he began to fall back. The General, discovering the mistake, said
to them, 'My brave 42d, join your comrades: ammunition is coming, and you have
your ...

The Literary Gazette And Journal Of Belles Lettres Arts Sciences

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—they rushed on, and drove the French before them, till they were stopped by a
wall: Sir John accompanied them in this chargé. He now sent ... The officer
commanding the light infantry conceived, at this, that they were to be relieved by
the guards, because their ammunition was nearly expended, and he began to fall
back. The General, discoverin the mistake, said to them, 'My brave 42d, join your
comrades: ammunition is coming, and you have your bayonets?' Upon this, they
 ...

The Literary Gazette

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The officer commanding the light infantry conceived, at this, that they were to be
relieved by the guards, because their ammunition was nearly expended, and he
began to fall back. The General, discovering the mistake, said to them, 'My brave
42d, join your comrades: ammunition is coming, and you have your bayonets ''
Upon this, they instantly moved forward. Captain Har. ... He fell from his horse on
his back, his countenance did not change, neither did he betray, the least
sensation ...

The Chartist Circular

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The officer next in command of the troops was called in, and informed that the
stranger had made some important disclosures, and had still further °
ommunications to make to government, and must not be lost sight of for one
instant; but no .... Alexander, I am your captive. I must hear what you please to
say, and endure what you please to inflict, but my soul is unconquered; and if I
reply at all to your reproaches, I will reply like a freeman. Aler.—Speak freely. Far
be it from me to take the ...

The Chartist Circular Ed By W Thomson

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The officer next in command of the troops was called in, and informed that the
stranger had made some important disclosures, and had still further
communications to make to government, and must not be lost sight of for one
instant , but .... Alexander, 1 am your captive. I must hear what you please to say,
and endure what you please to inflict, but my soul is unconquercd ; and if I reply
at all to your reproaches, I will reply like a freeman. Alex. — Speak freely. Far be it
from me to take the ...

The Death Of Caesar

Author: Barry Strauss
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A professor of history and classics describes the actual events of March 15, 44 BC, when Julius Caesar was murdered during the Roman civil wars, and comparies them to those outlined by William Shakespeare in his famous play.

The Literary Gazette

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FEw branches on our tree of knowledge have, thing at his beck which wealth and
fashion in the present age, put forth more vigorously could command. than its
periodical shoots ; the most beautiful - - Fine ARTs. ... To this, however, as it is too
meagre fairly to illustrate the poem, we add the fate of Judas. ... grew his cheek,
with fear's cold thrill he shook, While to the priests he cried, (remorse and ragc -
Sharp'ning his voice,) There, take your silver back • And hurl'd it at their fect.

The Illustrated London News

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against me, it only remains for xecome entitled to some clemency at your s * s
CoMMITTAL of MR. R. DUNN, THE ... At Highworth, the servant of a Mr. Boyne
got under a tree, with his horse, for shelter; the horse was killed, but the man
miraculously escaped with a slight scorching of the forehead. .... surprising; but
more than one suitor was rejected, and it was understood that the Grand
Duchess's attachment to her family was so strong that she was unwilling to quit its
circle. During the ...