The Gentleman's annual (the New year's suppl. of the Gentleman's magazine).

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Page 9 - Beeton's Modern Men and Women : A British Biography from the Accession of George III. to the Present Time.
Page 11 - THE FAIRY BOOK ; the Best Popular Fairy Stories. Selected and rendered anew by the Author of "JOHN HALIFAX, GENTLEMAN.
Page 66 - Convocation, then dumb, on a wide basis, and not, as has been since done, in the shape of a priestly section ; to establish a commercial code on the principles successfully negotiated by Lord Bolingbroke at Utrecht, and which, though baffled at the time by a Whig Parliament, were subsequently and triumphantly vindicated by his political pupil and heir, Mr. Pitt ; to govern Ireland according to the policy of Charles...
Page 16 - If these continued, said his Excellency, we shall be obliged to ask the French Government for explanations as to their object and meaning. After what has now occurred we must require some assurance, some guarantee, that we may not be subjected to a sudden attack ; we must know that this Spanish difficulty once removed, there are no other lurking designs which may burst upon us like a thunderstorm.
Page 66 - To change back the oligarchy into a generous aristocracy round a real • throne ; to infuse life and vigour into the Church as the trainer of the nation...
Page 16 - ... we must know that this Spanish difficulty once removed, there are no other lurking designs which may burst upon us like a thunderstorm. Count Bismarck further stated that unless some assurance, some declaration, were given by France to the European Powers, or in some official form, that the present solution of the Spanish question was a final and satisfactory settlement of the French demands, and that no further claims were to be...
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Page 66 - Pitt; to govern Ireland according to the policy of Charles I, and not of Oliver Cromwell; to emancipate the political constituency of 1832 from its sectarian bondage and contracted sympathies; to elevate the physical as well as the moral condition of the people, by establishing that labour required regulation as much as property, and all this rather by the use of ancient forms and the restoration of the past than by political revolutions founded on abstract...
Page 9 - This elegant and interesting -Memoir... The newest, prettiest, and most readable sketch of the immortal Master of Music.
Page 9 - Containing nearly Two Thousand of the Best Pieces in the English Language. With Sketches of the History of the Poetry of our Country, and Biographical Notices of the Poets.

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