The Universal mercury (Google eBook)

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Page 12 - These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created in the day that the LORD God made the earth and the heavens...
Page 12 - And every plant of the field before it was in the earth and every herb of the field before it grew for the LORD God had not caused it to rain upon the earth and there was not a man to till the ground...
Page 38 - Gracious Sovereign, WE your Majefty's moft dutiful and loyal Subjects, the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament...
Page 17 - My heart forebodes that I'm betray'd, Daphnis I fear is ever gone ; Laft night with Delia's dog he play'd, Love by fuch trifles firft comes on. Now, now, dear...
Page 36 - ... to concert with other powers fuch meafures as might give' a check to the ambitious views of thofe who are endeavouring to render VOL, I.
Page 37 - Precautions, are form'd upon the Foot of employing no greater Number of Forces, than was thought neceflary the laft Year; for which, if the Supplies you give (hall be fully and...
Page 36 - Occafions, that it is •with Pleafure I now meet you again, and I make no doubt but that your Endeavours for the Good and Service of your Country will be as fuccefsful, as they have hitherto been. The diftrefled Condition of fome of our Proteftant Brethren abroad, and the Negotiations and Engagements...
Page 36 - Subjects with the Lofs of feveral of the moft advantageous Branches of their Trade, obliged Me, without any Lofs of time, to concert with other Powers fuch Meafures, as might give a Check to the ambitious Views of thofe, who are endeavouring to render themfelves Formidable, and put a Stop to the farther Progrefs of fuch dangerous Defigns.
Page 36 - I fhall be able not only to fecure to my own fubje&s the enjoyment of many valuable rights and privileges, long fince acquired for them by the moft folemn treaties, but effectually to preferve the peace and balance of Europe, the only view and end of all my endeavours. " It is not to be doubted, but the enemies to my government will conceive hopes, that fome favourable opportunity for renewing their attempts may offer, from the...
Page 37 - ... and circumftances before they make any attempt upon fo brave a people, ftrengthened and fupported by prudent and powerful alliances, and though defirous to preferve the peace, able and ready to defend themfelves againft the effort!

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