The Court magazine and belle assemblée [afterw.] and monthly critic and the Lady's magazine and museum, Volume 20

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Page 406 - Pitt, coming down in state, under the future regency, to the house, preceded by the lord steward, the lord chamberlain, and the master of the horse...
Page 63 - Duke of Cornwall and Rothsay, Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, and Great Steward of Scotland, Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester.
Page 22 - God will abundantly requite you, good sir, for your humanity to me, though your discourses gave me more uneasiness than all the terrors of my approaching death.
Page 390 - It shall not be there, In that sepulchred square, Where folks are interr'd for the sake of the air, (Though, pay but the dues, they could hardly refuse To Tray what they grant to...
Page 261 - As facts multiplied, leading phenomena became prominent, laws began to emerge, and generalizations to commence ; and so rapid was the career of discovery, so signal the triumph of the inductive philosophy, that a single generation and the efforts of a single mind sufficed for the establishment of the system of the universe, on a basis never after to be shaken.
Page 313 - Word ; he brings down the mighty from their seat and exalts the humble and meek. It is his part to extend the kingdom of God, and beat down Satan under his feet; to feed the flock, to chase away the wolves, to teach the docile, to chastise the incredulous, and, if it be necessary, to call down lightning from Heaven, and launch the thunderbolt in the name of Jehovah.
Page 256 - I recommend to your immediate attention the state of the finances and the expenditure of the country. " You will have seen with regret that, for several years past, the annual income has been inadequate to bear the public charges ; and I feel confident that, fully sensible of the evil which must result from a continued deficiency of this nature during peace, you will carefully consider the best means of averting it " I recommend also to your consideration the state of the laws which affect the import...
Page 265 - Awful the horror, when Belshazzar raised His arm, and pointed where the vision blazed ! For see ! enrobed in flame, a mystic shade, As of a hand, a red right-hand, displayed ! And, slowly moving o'er the wall, appear Letters of fate, and characters of fear. In deathlike silence grouped, the revellers all Fix their glazed eyeballs on the illumined wall.
Page 389 - General Foy —a superb monument erected by national subscription, consisting of a massive sepulchral chapel surmounted by a temple, in which is seen a statue of the general in the act of addressing the Chamber of Deputies; the Marchioness...
Page 63 - Baronets, Knights, Justices, Provosts, Ministers, and all other our faithful subjects, greeting, — " Know ye, that we have made and created, and by these our letters patent do make and create...

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