Sed, Meo judicio, nulla via assequemur, quam ardenti amore et imitatione Jesu.
So I will accept your bail, Meo periculo—what say you to that law phrase again?
Et hanc accipere tonsuram, omnes qui in Meo regno sunt clericos decerno.
Mr. O'Connell said, "I'll test this question 'Meo periculo.'"
Maledictionem Dei et meam imprecor possessiones inducenti in Meo Ordine.
Then there follows (Meo judicio) a reminiscence or two of the poem itself, and a laugh at the "worthy poet."
Et certe nisi illa Antonii Levae studia egregios quosdam imitatores invenisset, Meo quidem judicio, nulli cederent.
Among the Meo, when a man dies the relatives tie a lacquer dog to the end of a string, which is put in his hand.
Let me then recommend this principle of vanity to you; act upon it 'Meo periculo'; I promise you it will turn to your account.