The Present State of Europe, Volume 20

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H. Rhodes., 1709 - Europe
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Page 42 - Dictionarium anglo-britannicum; or, A general English dictionary, comprehending a brief, but emphatical and clear explication of all sorts of difficult words, that derive their original from other ancient and modern languages; as also, of all terms relating to arts and sciences, both liberal and mechanical, L Phillips, H.
Page 277 - ... was all drawn up ; and ours advancing upon them, the whole army engaged and fought with great fury till...
Page 277 - This motion of the enemy kept our army for two nights under their arms ; and in the evening, as...
Page 152 - Westminster and Oxford Parliaments, never to charge myself more with any public employments; but retiring wholly to a private life, in that posture take my fortune with my country, whatever it should prove: which as no man can judge, in the variety of accidents that attend human affairs, and the chances of every day, to which the greatest lives as well as actions are subject; so I shall not trouble myself so much as to conjecture: fata viam inveniant.
Page 100 - For these causes, with the advice of our council, and of our certain knowledge, full power and royal authority, we have by these presents, signed with our hand, declared, enacted and ordained, and we do declare, enact and ordain, we will, and it is our pleasure that all the holders, proprietors, or possessors, of isles, islets, accumulations, increments, alluvions, rights of fishery, tolls, bridges...
Page 144 - Majefty proniifes not to caufe to be remov'd from this time, any Cannon, Artillery, or Ammunition, out of the Towns and Forts which are to be reftor'd and yielded up, by virtue of thefe Articles. XXV. His Majefty...
Page 290 - Dictionarium Anglo-Britannicum : or a General English Dictionary, comprehending a brief, but emphatical and clear explication of all sorts of difficult words, that derive their original from other Ancient and Modern Languages ; as...
Page 277 - I had despatched my letter to you on Saturday from Havre, we were alarmed with the enemy's marching to attack the Prince of...
Page 143 - War therein, to fer.ve with the rejt of the Spanifh Netherlands for the Barrier of the faid Lords the States-General ; upon which they may agree with the faid King Charles, according to the Tenor of the Grand Alliance, as well with Regard to the Garrifons which the faid Lords the States...
Page 144 - • cation of the faid Articles, and furthering the Execution of them, upon which depends the Re-eftablifhment of the general Tranquillity, and of reciprocal Confidence and Amity between the Parties : XXXI. Tis agreed, That the farther Demands, which the Emperor, the Queen of Great Britain-, and the...

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