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City of Providence, Rhode Island forms.Friday, July 4th, 1636
Anglo-Dutch War: As provided in the Treaty of Westminster, Netherlands cedes New Netherlands to England.Saturday, November 10th, 1674
Intolerable Acts: The Quartering Act is enacted, allowing a governor in colonial America to house British soldiers in uninhabited houses, outhouses, barns, or other buildings if suitable quarters were not provided.Thursday, June 2nd, 1774
Patent of Toleration, providing limited freedom of worship, was approved in Habsburg Monarchy.Saturday, October 20th, 1781
The colonial Tasmanian Parliament passes the first piece of legislation (the Electoral Act of 1856) anywhere in the world providing for elections by way of a secret ballot.Thursday, February 7th, 1856
American Civil War: Colonel Emory Upton leads a 10-regiment "Attack-in-depth" assault against the Confederate works at The Battle of Spotsylvania, which, though ultimately unsuccessful, would provide the idea for the massive assault against the Bloody Angle on May 12. Upton was wounded slightly but immediately is promoted to Brigadier general.Tuesday, May 10th, 1864
The Treaty of Saint Petersburg between Japan and Russia is ratified, providing for the exchange of Sakhalin for the Kuril Islands.Sunday, August 22nd, 1875
Japan s primary school law is amended to provide for four years of mandatory schooling.Monday, August 20th, 1900
The Internal Revenue Service begins to levy and collect federal income taxes, as provided for under the Sixteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Federal income taxes had previously been collected from 1864-1872.Saturday, March 8th, 1913
The British Broadcasting Company (later Corporation) is founded by a consortium, to establish a nationwide network of radio transmitters to provide a national broadcasting service.Wednesday, October 18th, 1922
The FDA announces it will approve birth control as an additional indication for Searle s Enovid, making Enovid the world s first approved oral contraceptive pill.Monday, May 9th, 1960
Turkish prime minister Suat Hayri Urguplu returns from a visit to Moscow and announces the Soviet Union will provide aid to his country.Tuesday, July 20th, 1965
The Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey is completed, providing the second connection between the continents of Europe and Asia over the Bosporus.Sunday, July 3rd, 1988
Pop group Milli Vanilli are stripped of their Grammy Award because the duo did not sing at all on the Girl You Know It s True album. Session musicians had provided all the vocals.Monday, November 19th, 1990
A new constitution, providing for freedom to form political parties, is approved by a referendum in Mali.Sunday, January 12th, 1992
In a U.S. friendly fire incident during Operation Provide Comfort in northern Iraq, two United States Air Force aircraft mistakenly shoot-down two United States Army helicopters, killing 26 people.Thursday, April 14th, 1994


    • Qui nolet fieri desidiosus, amet!
    • Sic ego nec sine te nec tecum vivere possum.
    • Exitus acta probat.
    • Resist beginnings; the prescription comes too late when the disease has gained strength by long delays.
    • Qui finem quaeris amoris/Cedit amor rebus; res age, tutus eris.
    • Poetry comes fine-spun from a mind at peace.
    • So long as you are secure you will count many friends; if your life becomes clouded you will be alone.
    • It is annoying to be honest to no purpose.
    • Note too that a faithful study of the liberal arts humanizes character and permits it not to be cruel.
    • The mind, conscious of rectitude, laughed to scorn the falsehood of report.
    • They come to see; they come that they themselves may be seen.
    • If you want to be loved, be lovable.
    • Nothing is stronger than habit.
    • Let love steal in disguised as friendship.
    • Expedit esse deos, et, ut expedit, esse putemus.
    • Nocte latent mendae, vitioque ignoscitur omni, Horaque formosam quamlibet illa facit.
    • Many women long for what eludes them, and like not what is offered them.
    • Wine gives courage and makes men more apt for passion.
    • Pure women are only those who have not been asked.
    • Then the omnipotent Father with his thunder made Olympus tremble, and from Ossa hurled Pelion.
    • Medio tutissimus ibis.
    • Causa latet, vis est notissima
    • Fas est et ab hoste doceri.
    • Translation: We can learn even from our enemies.
    • Video meliora, proboque, deteriora sequor.
    • Sunt superis sua iura
    • It is the mind that makes the man, and our vigour is in our immortal soul.
    • Tempus edax rerum
    • In the winter season, For seven days of calm, Alcyone Broods over her nest on the surface of the waters While the sea-waves are quiet. Through this time Aeolus keeps his winds at home, and ocean Is smooth for his descendants' sake.
    • A horse never runs so fast as when he has other horses to catch up and outpace.
    • A man is sorry to be honest for nothing.
    • A new idea is delicate. It can be killed by a sneer or a yawn; it can be stabbed to death by a quip and worried to death by a frown on the right man's brow.
    • A prince should be slow to punish, and quick to reward.
    • All things may corrupt when minds are prone to evil.
    • Although they possess enough, and more than enough, still they yearn for more.
    • An evil life is a kind of death.
    • As for courage and will- we cannot measure how much of each lies within us, we can only trust there will be sufficient to carry through trials which may lie ahead.
    • At times it is folly to hasten at other times, to delay. The wise do everything in its proper time.
    • Bear patiently with a rival.
    • By faithful study of the nobler arts, our nature's softened, and more gentle grows.
    • Chance is always powerful. Let your hook always be cast; in the pool where you least expect it, there will be fish.
    • Courage conquers all things: it even gives strength to the body.
    • Cunning leads to knavery. It is but a step from one to the other, and that very slippery. Only lying makes the difference; add that to cunning, and it is knavery.
    • Daring is not safe against daring men.
    • Dignity and love do not blend well, nor do they continue long together.
    • Either do not attempt at all, or go through with it.
    • Endure and persist; this pain will turn to good by and by.
    • Enhance and intensify one's vision of that synthesis of truth and beauty which is the highest and deepest reality.
    • Envy aims very high.
    • Everyone wishes that the man whom he fears would perish.
    • Everything comes gradually and at its appointed hour.
    • Fair peace becomes men; ferocious anger belongs to beasts.
    • First appearance deceives many.
    • First thing every morning before you arise say out loud, 'I believe,' three times.
    • Fortune and love favor the brave.
    • Gifts, believe me, captivate both men and Gods, Jupiter himself was won over and appeased by gifts.
    • Had I not sinned what would there be for you to pardon. My fate has given you the opportunity for mercy.
    • Happy are those who dare courageously to defend what they love.
    • He who can believe himself well, will be well.
    • How little is the promise of the child fulfilled in the man.
    • I attempt an arduous task; but there is no worth in that which is not a difficult achievement.
    • If you would marry suitably, marry your equal.
    • In an easy matter, anybody can be eloquent.
    • In our leisure we reveal what kind of people we are.
    • It is the mind that makes the man, and our vigour is in our immortal soul.
    • Let me tell you I am better acquainted with you for a long absence, as men are with themselves for a long affliction: absence does but hold off a friend, to make one see him the truer.
    • Let others praise ancient times; I am glad I was born in these.
    • Love is a driver, bitter and fierce if you fight and resist him, Easy-going enough once you acknowledge his power.
    • Love is full of anxious fears.
    • Make the workmanship surpass the materials.
    • Medicine sometimes snatches away health, sometimes gives it.
    • Men do not value a good deed unless it brings a reward.
    • Minds that are ill at ease are agitated by both hope and fear.
    • My hopes are not always realized, but I always hope.
    • No man can purchase his virtue too dear, for it is the only thing whose value must ever increase with the price it has cost us. Our integrity is never worth so much as when we have parted with our all to keep it.
    • Our minds are circumscribed by our immediate reality but we stop short at the thought of it.
    • Overlook our deeds, since you know that crime was absent from our inclination.
    • People are slow to claim confidence in undertakings of magnitude.
    • Suppressed grief suffocates, it rages within the breast, and is forced to multiply its strength.
    • Take rest; a field that has rested gives a beautiful crop.
    • Tears at times have all the weight of speech.
    • The burden which is well borne becomes light.
    • The high-spirited man may indeed die, but he will not stoop to meanness. Fire, though it may be quenched, will not become cool.
    • The lamp burns bright when wick and oil are clean.
    • The mind, conscious of rectitude, laughed to scorn the falsehood of report.
    • The will is commendable though the ability may be wanting.
    • There is more refreshment and stimulation in a nap, even of the briefest, than in all the alcohol ever distilled.
    • There is no such thing as pure pleasure; some anxiety always goes with it.
    • This also- that I live, I consider a gift of God.
    • Those things that nature denied to human sight, she revealed to the eyes of the soul.
    • Thou seest how sloth wastes the sluggish body, as water is corrupted unless it moves.
    • Time is generally the best doctor.
    • Time, motion and wine cause sleep.
    • We are ever striving after what is forbidden, and coveting what is denied us.
    • We two are to ourselves a crowd.
    • What is deservedly suffered must be borne with calmness, but when the pain is unmerited, the grief is resistless.
    • What is now reason was formerly impulse or instinct.
    • What is without periods of rest will not endure.
    • What makes men indifferent to their wives is that they can see them when they please.
    • Whether they give or refuse, it delights women just the same to have been asked.
    • Whether you call my heart affectionate, or you call it womanish: I confess, that to my misfortune, it is soft.
    • Why should I go into details, we have nothing that is not perishable except what our hearts and our intellects endows us with.
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