Philip of Macedon, not the father of Alexander the Great, but he who was conquered by Titus Quintius, had not much territory compared to the greatness of the Romans and of Greece who attacked him, yet being a warlike man who knew how to attract the people and secure the nobles, he sustained the war against
his enemies for many years, and if in the end he lost the dominion of some cities, nevertheless he retained the kingdom.
It may also be brought about by fraud in two different ways, either when the people, being at first deceived, willingly consent to an alteration in their government, and are afterwards obliged by force to abide by it: as, for instance, when the four hundred imposed upon the people by telling them that the king of Persia would supply them with money for the war against
the Lacedaemonians; and after they had been guilty of this falsity, they endeavoured to keep possession of the supreme power; or when they are at first persuaded and afterwards consent to be governed: and by one of these methods which I have mentioned are all revolutions in governments brought about.
Again, as Titus Livius noteth, in the case of Antiochus and the AEtolians, There are sometimes great effects, of cross lies; as if a man, that negotiates between two princes, to draw them to join in a war against
the third, doth extol the forces of either of them, above measure, the one to the other: and sometimes he that deals between man and man, raiseth his own credit with both, by pretending greater interest than he hath in either.
He has abdicated Government here, by declaring us out of his Protection and waging War against
No international difficulty ever arise to enable us to declare war against
some transatlantic power?
It is not probable, considering the genius of this country, that the complying States would often be inclined to support the authority of the Union by engaging in a war against
the non-complying States.
There were nobles, who made war against
each other; there was the king, who made war against
the cardinal; there was Spain, which made war against
In going to war against
the one and in making alliances with the other.
His mouth was full of teeth in a white row, fearful and daunting, and upon his grim brow hovered frightful Strife who arrays the throng of men: pitiless she, for she took away the mind and senses of poor wretches who made war against
the son of Zeus.
"When I was a private," said Omby Amby, "I was an excellent army, as I fully proved in our war against
Being liberated, he engaged with the Spaniards and Sioux Indians in a war against
the Pawnees; then returned to Missouri, and had acted by turns as sheriff, trader, trapper, until he was enlisted as a leader by Captain Bonneville.
That document is a warning to Germany that they will have no war against
"'That, whereas certain ambassadors arrived from the Court of Blefuscu, to sue for peace in his majesty's court, he, the said Flestrin, did, like a false traitor, aid, abet, comfort, and divert, the said ambassadors, although he knew them to be servants to a prince who was lately an open enemy to his imperial majesty, and in an open war against
his said majesty.
We don't want another French Revolution, but it is going to be war against
the drones, fierce, merciless war!
In 1854 a Marabout of the Senegalese Fouta, Al-Hadji by name, declaring himself to be inspired like Mohammed, stirred up all the tribes to war against
the infidels--that is to say, against the Europeans.