The Present State of Europe, Volume 8

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H. Rhodes., 1697 - Europe
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Page 88 - THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS FROM THIS WORLD TO THAT WHICH IS TO COME THE SECOND PART DELIVERED UNDER THE SIMILITUDE OF A DREAM WHEREIN IS SET FORTH THE MANNER OF THE SETTING OUT OF CHRISTIAN'S WIFE AND CHILDREN, THEIR DANGEROUS JOURNEY, AND SAFE ARRIVAL AT THE DESIRED COUNTRY BY JOHN BUNYAN "I have used similitudes."—HOSEA, 12.10 THE AUTHOR S WAY OF SENDING FORTH HIS SECOND PART OF THE PILGRIM...
Page 48 - Intreagues by him carried on, as well in the Court of England, as in all the Courts of Europe, to advance the great Designs of the King his Master. Made English from the French Original. The second Edition.
Page 122 - A New Description of the World : Or, A compendious Treatise of the Empires, Kingdoms, States, Provinces, Countries, Islands, Cities and Towns of Europe, Asia, Africa and America, in their Situation, Product, Manufactures and Commodities, Geographical and Historical. With an Account of the Natures of the People, in their Habits, Customs, Wars, Religions and Policies.
Page 419 - May laft, concluded and figned at Lifbon, between our plenipotentiaries and thofe of the Lords the States General of the United Provinces on the one hand, and thofe of the King of Portugal on the other: and whereas many...
Page 393 - ... which is not to be found in one or other of the extant manuscripts.
Page 122 - Marquis of Louvois, who by that means had the perusal of all the Private Minutes between England and France, for many years; the whole consisting of Secret Memoirs, which have hitherto lain concealed, as not being discoverable by any hand.
Page 340 - The Tutor to True English: or brief and plain directions, whereby all that can read and write may attain to orthography, (or the exact writing of English) as readily as if bred scholars.
Page 281 - Kings fhall do or commit any thing, by land or fea, or on frefh water, any i where, where, contrary to the prefent treaty, or that any particular article thereof is not fulfilled; this peace and good correfpondence between the faid two Kings fhall not on that account be interrupted or infringed, but fhall...
Page 117 - King gave the royal assent to an act for granting several "duties upon paper, vellum, and parchment, to encourage the bringing of plate and hammered money into the Mint to be coined.
Page 47 - THEIR Soil, Rivers, Harbours, Plants, Fruits, Animals, and Inhabitants. THEIR Cuftoms, Religion, Government, Trade, &c.

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