The Political Register for ...

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J. Almon, 1768
 

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Page 176 - What a shame was it to see the security of this country. in point of military force, complimented away, contrary to the opinion of royalty itself, and...
Page 187 - Farce. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. By the Author of Midas & The Golden Pippin [ie by K.
Page 402 - Si je t'abandonnais à ton peu de mérite. Ose me démentir, dis-moi ce que tu vaux ; Conte-moi tes vertus, tes glorieux travaux, Les rares qualités par où tu m'as dû plaire, Et tout ce qui t'élève au-dessus du vulgaire.
Page 400 - It is well known, that every government must come to a period, and that death is unavoidable to the political, as well as to the animal body.
Page 367 - With a heart full of zeal for the service of your Majesty, and my country, I implore, Sire, your clemency. My only hopes of pardon are founded in the great goodness and benevolence of your Majesty ; and every day of freedom you may be graciously pleased to permit me the enjoyment of in my dear native land, shall give proofs of my zeal and attachment to your service.
Page 119 - Give thy mind sea-room ; keep it wide of earth, That rock of souls immortal ; cut thy cord ; Weigh anchor ; spread thy sails ; call every wind ; Eye thy great Pole-star ; make the land of life.
Page 405 - Steadinefs with, I hope, ftrength of mind, do not however leave me; for the fame confolation follows me here, the confcioufnefs of innocence, of having done my duty and exerted all my poor abilities, not unfuccefsfully, for this nation. I can fubmit even to far greater...
Page 176 - The ministry are not ashamed of doing the thing in private; they are only afraid of the publication. Was it a tender regard for the honour...
Page 402 - C'est elle qu'on adore, et non pas ta personne ; Tu n'as crédit, ni rang, qu'autant qu'elle t'en donne; Et pour te faire choir je n'aurais aujourd'hui Qu'à retirer la main qui seule est ton appui.
Page 368 - I .cannot yet fee that there is the fmall^ft degree of guilt. I have often read and examined with care that famous paper. I know that it is in every part founded on the ftrongeft ftrongeft evidence of facts.

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