Qui facit per alium, facit per se, is in all cases a royal prerogative.
The facit of history does not here correspond with the numerical items.
Si natura negat, facit indignatio versum—If nature denies the power, indignation makes verses.
facit ille quod volgo haud solent, ut quid se sit dignum sciat.
It is otherwise when the genuine religious consciousness says: The fecit is still to-day a facit.
They quoted Lundulphus Sagax, paragraph 16: facit imperator silentium.
The items would still be reported to one central office: the facit would be the same; and it would tell for the same cause.
Variolae, on the contrary, forms a prominent pustule (facit eminentiam).
facit indignatio versum—Indignation gives inspiration to verse.
facit indignatio versus, was Juvenal's motto; and indignation tore the heart of Swift.