All the Talents: A Satirical Poem in Four Dialogues ; to which is Added a Pastoral Epilogue (Google eBook)

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J.J. Stockdale, 1807 - Great Britain - 152 pages
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Page 155 - Wealth, with rules, for his conduct to his Master, and in the World.
Page 156 - LIFE of GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS, KING of SWEDEN, surnamed the GREAT. To which is prefixed, an Essay on the Military State of Europe, containing the Manners and Customs in the early Part of the Seventeenth Century. By the Rev. WALTER HA RTF., AM Canon of Windsor.
Page 155 - A NARRATIVE of the operations of a small British force under the command of Brig. General Sir Samuel Auchmuty, employed in the reduction of Monte Video, on the River Plate, AD 1807. By a Field Officer on the Staff.
Page 153 - Debate on the LATE NEGOTIATION with France. 3. Second Edition, Price 2s. 6d. A VINDICATION OF THE COURT OF RUSSIA, from a false and treasonable Attack in a Pamphlet, ENTITLED, THE STATE OF THE NEGOTIATION.
Page 154 - Fallacy and impolicy of resigning the Charges against Marquis .Wellesley. Price 2s. 6d. A VIEW of the NEGOTIATION, including a Refutation of the Statement contained in Mr. Fox's Introductory Letter; Observations on Talleyrand's Answer, and Remarks on some parts of " The State of the Negotiation," which have not been noticed in that most incomparable pamphlet "A Vindication of the Court of Russia," particularly in regard to the Oriental Administration of the Marquis Wellcsley.
Page 153 - MIDDLE, ON THE NORTH SIDE OF PALL MALL. 1 — In a few days will be published, SUBSTANCE of the SPEECHES of Lord Viscount Castlereagh, in the House of Commons, on the subject of Finance. Illustrated with various Tables, Calculations, &c. 2.— Price Is.
Page 48 - But now, rous'd slowly from her opiate bed, Lethargic Europe lifts the heavy head ; Feels round her heart the creeping torpor close, And starts with horror from her dire repose.
Page 100 - Sidmouth, if you ask it, Will put to sea (Lord love it) in a basket ! Then if, as now, true glory still inspire, From toils of state firm Canning may retire; Blest in the conscience of a blotless day, And calm while life steals airily away. Then if, as now, true glory swell each breast, Shall Castlereagh, — shall Percival be blest. Now let thy prose, 0 C'obbett, lap me fast In its long periods, and its broad bombast; Thou blust'rer...
Page 101 - ... meat, And men suck mercy from the tiger's teat ! Yet oh ! to lash a lowly bard forbear: Who stings a princess may a poet spare. Go ! in thy paper, to the town proclaim, Thy soul unsex'd, thy forehead void of shame; Go ! with brass tongue, around the city call, Scurrility, huzza ! and heigh for Paull ! Spare me not Chronicles and Sunday News!
Page 49 - From these sources I draw my politics, and these tell me, we shall triumph. The red right hand of Providence is every where visible. Even at this moment it is performing the promised work of papal extirpation. Persevere then, Britons, in the mighty task before you. To recede from it were ruin, Be firm, and you triumph—fear, and you fall.

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