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Don Sebastian, Or, the House of Braganza: An Historical Romance ...
Anna Maria Porter
No preview available - 2013
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Page 351 - We, ignorant of ourselves, Beg often our own harms, which the wise powers Deny us for our good ; so find we profit, By losing of our prayers.
Page 49 - The regal power allotted to us makes us common servants to our Creator ; then of those people whom we govern ; so...
Page 49 - God, we deliver blessings to mankthd : in providing for the public good of our states we magnify the honour of God; like the celestial bodies, which, though they have much veneration, yet serve only to the benefit of the world. It is the excellency of our office to be the instruments whereby happiness is delivered to nations.
Page 417 - Prince, who, for the punishment of his sins, lost a battle; which lose begat so many misadventures, and occasioned so many changes in Christendom. This is the very truth, neither can I say any other/ With this answer, the auditor, and his notaries, went their way. After this, they began to give him, for his nourishment, some bread and water; and...