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adminiſtration affert againſt almoſt anfwer AUDITOR becauſe befides BUTE cauſe confequence confider confiderations conftitution countrymen defigns defire Earl Earl of Loudon Earl of MAR enemies England English fafe faid fame fatire favourite fecurity feem fenfe ferve fervices fhall fhew fhould fince firft firſt fituation fome foon fovereign fpirit France friends ftate ftill fubject fuccefs fuch fuffered fuperior fupport furely gentleman greateſt hath hiftory himſelf honour houſe inftance intereft juft juftice juſt king laft laſt late leaſt lefs liberty lord Lord BUTE mafter Martinique meaſures merit minifter miniftry Minorca moft moſt muft muſt myſelf nation never Newfoundland noble NORTH BRITON Numb obferve occafion ochlocracy ourſelves peace penfion perfon PITT prefent prince publiſhed purpoſe racter raiſed reafon refpect reign Saturday ſay Scotland Scots ſhall ſpeak ſtate ſuch thefe themſelves theſe thing thofe thoſe tion treaſure truft underſtand uſe whigs whofe whoſe wiſh wretch
Page 163 - even becaufe they have feduced my people, faying, Peace, and there was no Peace! and one built up a Wall, and lo! others daubed it with untempered mortar. Say unto them, which daub it with untempered mortar, that it (hall fall. BIBLE. IN the prefent fituation of affairs, when Peace is the great
Page 100 - His definition then of a penfion is, an allowance made to any one without an equivalent. In England it is generally
Page 107 - tells the world, vol. ii. p. 230, that he is " A friend of princes, poets, wits, " A judge infallible of TITS." In my private opinion, however, the merit of loth was very great, and neither ought to pafs unnoticed. The impartial and inimitable pen of Cervantes has made Rozinante immortal as well as Don Quixote. Lord
Page 112 - knows what it means. Corn is reafonable plenty at this time; for fince they heard of the king's coming, it hath been as unlawful for the common people to eat -wheat, as it was in the old time for any but the priefts to eat
Page 111 - too, and good for thofe that can eat it raw ; but if it come once into their hands, it is worfe than if it were three days old; for their butter and cheefe I will not meddle withal at this time, nor no man elfe at any time that loves his life.
Page 213 - governed nation ; That war, or peace, or both, at once may be As things acquainted or familiar to us.
Page i - OTHERS. ILLUSTRATED WITH USEFUL AND EXPLANATORY NOTES, AND A COLLECTION OF ALL THE PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, AND COURTS OF WESTMINSTER, AGAINST Mr. WILKES. WITH ALL THE TRACTS AND PAPERS Relating to the NORTH BRITON, ESSAY ON WOMAN, ELECTION FOR MIDDLESEX, &c. The Whole forming a more Complete Collection than has hitherto been
Page 209 - rhime.. • Some copy with prodigious 'fkill The figures of a buttery-bill, Which with great folks of erudition Shall pafs for Coptic or Phoenician. While fome, as patriot love prevails, To compliment a Prince of Wales, Salute the royal babe in Welfh, And fend forth gutturals like a belch.