Listen to my narrative, and then say what it is that has made me deserve to be placed on this dreadful eminence, if, indeed, every faculty be not suspended in wonder that I am still alive, and am able to relate it.
With such masters as these it is no wonder that occasionally an animal rebels, and executes vengeance.
Now, is it not a wonder that any rabbits remain alive in Pennsylvania?
No wonder that he, who finds this country in the same condition with that of France at the time of Henry the Fourth, could also find a resemblance between his political friend and the Duke of Sully.
We have renounced the prerogative of man, and it is no wonder that we should be treated like beasts.
It is no wonder that, on his arrival in the capital, he should launch out into extravagance.
No wonder that, with this character, he listened favourably to the mighty projects, so easy of execution, of the clever adventurer whom he had formerly known, and whose talents he appreciated.
In the course of a few years duelling would be ranked amongst exploded follies, and men would begin to wonder that a custom so barbarous and so impious had ever existed amongst them.
No wonder that Chauvelin's spies had failed to detect, in the apparently brainless nincompoop, the man whose reckless daring and resourceful ingenuity had baffled the keenest French spies, both in France and in England.
No wonder that on this fine afternoon in September the crowd round Bibot's gate was eager and excited.
It is no wonder that, schooled by their events, young as we were, we put away childish things.
No wonder that Paul 'thought not good to take with them him who withdrew from them.
No wonder that my voluntary sinking, in order to elude their shots, was mistaken for death, and that, having accomplished the destruction of this foe, they resumed their pursuit of others.
No wonder that my eloquence was vivid and pathetic; that I portrayed the past as if it were the present scene; and that not my tongue only, but every muscle and limb, spoke.
No wonder that he walked on towards the gaol with a feeling of new joy and strength.
No wonder that once, when those eyes fell on a man who was arguing on the wrong side, he felt ashamed all of a sudden and cried out in terror: 'Do not pierce me so with thine eyes!
No wonder that at such a time everyone was too busy to spare much sympathy or many thoughts for the spiritual perplexities of one obscure country lad.
No wonder that he welcomed them with equal gladness, rejoicing not only in their joy, but yet more in that he saw his vision's fulfilment beginning.
Even Vesalius permitted himself to be influenced overmuch by Galen at points where we wonder that he did not make his observations for himself, since, apparently, they were so obvious.
Thinking thus, it is no wonder that he places his book under as noble patronage as possible.
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