The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 77, Part 2

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F. Jefferies, 1807 - Early English newspapers
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Pagina 1158 ... Lista de navios que partiram do Tejo com a Familia Real (e tambem dos que ficaram)

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Page 808 - And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads ; and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
Page 1117 - That not to know at large of things remote From use, obscure and subtle,; but to know That which before us lies in daily life, Is the prime wisdom...
Page 1151 - Enemy, I thought it my duty to adopt the means open to us, of endeavouring to induce the Prince Regent of Portugal to reconsider his decision " to unite himself with the Continent of Europe," and to recollect that he had possessions on that of America, affording an ample balance for any sacrifice he might make here, and from which he would be cut off by the nature of maritime warfare, the termination of which could not be dictated by the combination of the Continental Powers of Europe. In this view,...
Page 857 - ... those of your cruel advisers. His Majesty's seamen and soldiers when on shore will treat Zealand, as long as your conduct to them permits it, on the footing of a province of the most friendly Power in alliance with Great Britain, whose territory has the misfortune to be the theatre of war.
Page 915 - In all time of our tribulation; in all time of our wealth ; in the hour of death, and in the day of judgment, Good Lord, deliver us.
Page 860 - SIR, I have the honour to acquaint you, for the information of his Excellency the...
Page 1153 - His majesty announced to the king, that it was with a view to obtain for him honourable conditions. But the British ministry, apparently faithful to that plan which was to loosen and break the bonds which had connected Russia and England, rejected the mediation. The peace between Russia and France was to prepare a general peace. Then it was that England suddenly quitted that apparent lethargy to which she had abandoned herself : but it was to cast upon the north of Europe new firebrands, which were...
Page 1151 - ... had received were acted upon to their full extent ; still, however, bearing in recollection the first object adopted by His Majesty's Government of opening a refuge for the head of the Portuguese Government, menaced as it was by the powerful arm, and baneful influence of the Enemy, I thought it my duty to adopt the means open to us, of endeavouring to induce the Prince Regent of Portugal to reconsider his decision " to unite himself with the Continent of Europe...
Page 1148 - Russia had himself annexed not four months before to his own acceptance of the proffered mediation of the Emperor of Austria. The second was one which His Majesty would have had a right to require, even as the ally of His Imperial Majesty, but which it would have been highly improvident...
Page 1152 - Prince said everything that the most cordial feelings of gratitude towards, and confidence in, His Majesty and the British Nation might be supposed to dictate. I have by signal (for we have no other mode of communicating in this weather) directed Captain Moore in the Marlborough, with the London, Monarch, and Bedford, to stay by the body of the Portuguese Fleet, and render it every assistance. I keep in the Hibernia close to the Prince's ship. I cannot as yet send the Foudroyant, Plantagenet, and...

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