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Some reflections upon his Highness the Prince of Orange"s declaration.
|Contributions||Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||AC901 .M5 vol. 159, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||92850564|
II.—THE EVENING OF JUNE 30TH, Before entering his sedan, Lord Sunderland gently bade the chairman carry him round the back ways; that strange quantity, the People, that every statesman must use, fear, and obey, was abroad, roused and dangerous to-night, and my lord's diplomacy moved delicately among high places but never came into the street to handle the . The funeral of the deceased lady having been 'performed to the entire satisfaction of the undertaker, as well as of the neighbourhood at large, which is generally disposed to be captious on such a point, and is prone to take offence at any omissions or short-comings in the ceremonies, the various members of Mr Dombey's household subsided into their several .
sent some of his Captains hither, and with them some of his Nobles, and Clarks, and Deacons, who brought with them all the Utensils of a Solemn Mass. I must tell you, I was overjoyed at their arrival, and did receive them with great Affection, dismissing them after they had done their Business, that so. The seal was put upon its fame by the visit of Queen Elizabeth in (Edward VI. had been banqueted there by Sir Anthony in , "marvellously, nay, rather excessively," as he wrote), as some return for the loyalty of her host, who, although an old man, in , on the approach of the Armada, had ridden straightway to Tilbury, with his sons.
Unlike Spinoza’s, his life offers nothing to stir the imagination. Briefly, some of his biographical data are as follows: He was born at Stuttgart, the capital of Wuertemberg, Aug His father was a government official, and the family belonged to the upper middle class. Byron, in one of his journals, mentions some c~rious coincidences in. his family, which to a mind disposed as his was to regard every thing. connected with himself as out of the ordinary course of events, would naturally appear even more strange and singular than they. are. "I have been thinking," he says, "of an odd circumstance.
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-- Declaration of His Highness William Henry, by the grace of God Prince of Orange, etc. of the reasons inducing him to appear in armes in the Kingdome of England for preserving the Protestant religion.
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Having been notified that this was approaching a fatal termination, and that his presence was required at the capital, His Royal Highness returned at once to Honolulu, where Alexander, Kamehameha IV., died on Nov. 30,after a reign of nine years, and being at the time of his death still a young man of twenty-nine.
The Glorious Revolution, or Revolution of (Irish: An Réabhlóid Ghlórmhar, Scottish Gaelic: Rèabhlaid Ghlòrmhor or Welsh: Chwyldro Gogoneddus) was the November deposition and subsequent replacement of James II and VII as ruler of England, Scotland and Ireland by his daughter Mary II and his Dutch nephew and Mary's husband, William III of known as: Revolution ofWar of the English Succession, Bloodless Revolution.
The occasion of the production of the series of papers signed Novanglus, in the Boston Gazette ofis given in the Diary1 of the author. A writer for the government, under the signature of Massachusettensis, supposed by Mr. Adams to be Jonathan Sewall, but who is now understood to have been Daniel Leonard, had made some impression upon public opinion in Massachusetts.
They were effusions of mind, committed from time to time to paper, probably without the design of preserving them; self-examinations at once severe and stimulative; reflections upon others, sometimes, not less severe upon his friends; thoughts such as occur to all, some of which no other than an unsullied soul would commit to writing, mingled.
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The two birds upon the bowl did for some time put me to a stand, till meeting with a. The Glorious Revolution, also called the Revolution ofwas the overthrow of King James II of England (James VII of Scotland) by a union of English Parliamentarians with the Dutch stadtholder William III, Prince of m's successful invasion of England with a Dutch fleet and army led to his ascension to the English throne as William III of England jointly with Also known as: Revolution ofWar of the English Succession, Bloodless Revolution.
Edition used: William Cobbett, Selections from Cobbett’s Political Works: being a complete abridgement of the volumes which comprise the writings of “Porcupine” and the “Weekly political register.” With notes, historical and explanatory.
By John M. Cobbett and James P. Cobbett. (London, Ann Cobbett, ). 6 vols. Vol. Once upon a time there was a king and a queen who had but one son, whom they were passionately fond of, though he was exceedingly deformed. He was as fat as the biggest man, at the same time that he was as short as the smallest dwarf; but the ugliness of his face and the deformity of his body were nothing in comparison with the malignity of his disposition.
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Louis; but the present work is in no sense. 73] Cf. Henry Jones' "On seeing a Picture of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, which was presented to the University of Dublin" (), lines Her favour'd Sons from 'midst the madding Crowd, Her Sons select with gentle Hand she drew, Secreted timely from th'austere and proud, Their Fame wide-spreading, tho' their Numbers few.
For although an absolute Prince, may with seeming reason think, that he is more considera∣ble when he hath the Estates of his Subjects wholly at his Arbitrary Devotion, than when he hath but part, yet upon a true ballance of circumstances, a part under one Government, will be found to exceed the whole under the other, in that where Page Snoke let out a lewd chuckle that sent chills up Han's spine.
"We shall see," he said as he slowly turned from his stance in front of him, returning to take his seat upon his throne. "Defiance. Impudence. Traits of smuggler scum. You have spoken like the true pirate you are, Han Solo," Snoke sneered. Anecdotes of painting in England: with some account of the principal artists; and incidental notes on other arts; collected by the late Mr.
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Marseilles—The Arrival. On the 24th of February,the look-out at Notre-Dame de la Garde signalled the three-master, the Pharaon from Smyrna, Trieste, and Naples.His sister Josephine is the wife of Prince Charles of Hohenzollern, a cousin of the Kaiser, and his other sister, Henriette, married the Duc de Vendôme.
Prince Charles, who was fair, with a pointed beard, was bright and amusing when we met him; his .