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Majesty's ministers in making peace , the Mr. Sberidan vindicated the confiftency
more firmly was he perfuaded that it was a of the Whig party , wlrich , he faid , still
peace as good , as honou able , and as likely kept its ground , amidst the it or ...
In my itercourse ravages of war , that no man could better wiili Foreign Powers , I
have been actuated appreciate all the blellings of peace ; bue , by a lucele
disposicion for tlie maintenance at the same tinic , no man had a myre firely of
A Sermon , preacbed ar Millhill Cbapel , in ther nature of a divine original , of in
Leeds , on sbe late Day of Tbanksgiving an infpiration from that Being whose for
ibe Rejtorition of Peace . Pubiilbed as councils reach through all time ; preibe ...
Some gentlemen assert of the States ; and clint the blessings of the peace King's
Speech , that it is too pacific in its wore also much over - s'ated . nalure ; and the
hon . gentleman tells us , berd Hawkofoury then rose ; and , having that we ...
... from fupposed : we had now 48,000 seamen in the Throne was of a warlike
nature . In employ ; and he saw no reason that the June , when 70,000 men were
voted , the continuance of peace should render us luss M nister expressed his ...
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Quite readable and I found information about Captain Gustavus Stupart 1776-1850, that was useful to
The Magazine is actually titled Volume LXX11 ie 72. Section 2 [July].