The Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine, Volume 6

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J. Whittle, 1800 - English literature
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Page 526 - ... of despotism, and should have carried his designs against the public liberty so far as to have put in jeopardy its very existence. Such, however, are the facts; and, with these staring us in the face, this day ought to be a jubilee in the United States.
Page 123 - Before old Neleus' venerable walls; There, suppliant to the monarch of the flood, At nine green theatres the Pylians stood; Each held five hundred (a deputed train), At each, nine oxen on the sand lay slain.
Page 538 - The said commissioners, in examining the complaints and applications so preferred to them, are empowered and required, in pursuance of the true intent and meaning of this article, to take into their...
Page 332 - Anglo-Saxons, from their first appearance above the Elbe, to the death of Egbert: with a Map of their Ancient territory.
Page 538 - Senate thereof, and the fifth by the unanimous voice of the other four; and if they should not agree in such choice, then the Commissioners named by the two parties shall respectively propose one person, and of the two names so proposed, one shall be drawn by lot. in the presence of the four original Commissioners.
Page 538 - AB, one of the commissioners appointed in pursuance of the sixth article of the Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation, between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of America...
Page 118 - For the LORD your God dried up the waters of Jordan from before you, until ye were passed over, as the LORD your God did to the Red sea, which he dried up from before us, until we were gone over: that all the people of the earth might know the hand of the LORD, that it is mighty: that ye might fear the LORD your God for ever.
Page 46 - Seven mighty Kings of Scotland and a Queen. Full twice five years the Commonwealth I saw, Ten times the subjects rise against the law; And, which is worse than any civil war, A king arraigned before the subjects...
Page 149 - ... fick : filial piety is inculcated as a facred precept, and its duties are religioufly obferved. A common beggar is no where to be feen : every individual is certain of receiving fuftenance, which, if he cannot procure it by his own labour, is provided for him by others.
Page 429 - As we were all single men, lodgers at a shilling per week each, our beds were coarse, and all things far from being clean and snug, like what Robert had left at SAPISTON.

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