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Two shall be born, the whole wide world apart, And speak in different tongues, and have no thought

Each of the other's being; and have no heed;
And these, o'er unknown seas to unknown lands
Shall cross, escaping wreck, defying death;
And, all unconsciously, shape every act to this
one end:

That one day out of darkness they shall meet
And read life's meanings in each other's eyes.
SUSAN M. SPAULDING-Fate. In Wings of
Icarus. (1802) Falsely claimed by G. E.

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Perge; decet. Forsan miseros meliora sequentur. Persevere: It is fitting, for a better fate awaits the afflicted.

VERGIL-Eneid. XII. 153.


Fata vocant.

The fates call.

VERGIL Georgics. IV. 496.


I saw him even now going the way of all flesh. JOHN WEBSTER-Westward Ho. Act II. Sc. 2.


"Ah me! what boots us all our boasted power,
Our golden treasure, and our purple state.
They cannot ward the inevitable hour,
Nor stay the fearful violence of fate."
WEST-Monody on Queen Caroline.


This day we fashion Destiny, our web of Fate we spin.

WHITTIER-The Crisis. St. 10.


Blindlings that er blos den Willen des Geschickes.

Man blindly works the will of fate.
WIELAND Oberon. IV. 59.


Des Schiksals Zwang ist bitter. The compulsion of fate is bitter. WIELAND Oberon. V. 60.


My fearful trust "en vogant la galére." (Come what may.)

SIR THOMAS WYATT-The Lover Prayeth Venus. Vogue la galée. See MOLIÈRE-Tartuffe.


Act I. Sc. 1. MONTAIGNE-Essays. Bk. I. Ch. XL. RABELAIS-Gargantua. Bk. I. Ch. XX.


Then farewell, Horace; whom I hated so,
Not for thy faults, but mine.

BYRON-Childe Harold. Canto IV. St. 77.

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