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A pocket companion for Oxford. To which are added, correct descriptions of ... - Page 116
1766 - 120 pages
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The Craftsman, Volume 10

Caleb D'Anvers - 1731
...Wifdorn; Juftice, Candour and Addrefs, Reconciled vai- ;us, and even oppofite Interefts ; Ac^uited an Influence, which no Rank, no Authority can give, • Nor. any Force but That of i'uperior Virtue ; Became the fixed important Center, ; ,' ' fi ' Which united in one common Caufe...
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 18

1749
...nation, but hii age : Whole glory was equal in the council and in the field : Who by wifdom, juftice, candour and addrefs, Reconciled various, and even...that of fuperior virtue ; Became the fixed important center, Which united in one common caufe, The principal ftates of Europe. Who by military knowledge,...
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A Tour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into ..., Volume 2

Daniel Defoe - 1748
...Nation, but of this Age j Whofe Glory was equal in the Council and in theField ; Who by Wifdom, Juftice, Candour, and Addrefs, Reconciled various, and even...The .principal States of Europe ; Who by military Knowlege, and ir.reftftible Valoar, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Brpke the Power of...
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A Tour Thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into Circuits Or ...

Daniel Defoe - 1761
...Candour, and Addrefs, Reconciled various, and even oppofite Interefls ; Acquired an Influence Whkh no Rank, no Authority, can give, Nor any Force, but..., The principal States of Europe ; Who by military Knowlege, and irrefiftible Valour, In ajong Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power ot France,...
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The Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England: From the ..., Volume 7

Nicholas Tindal - 1763
...and in the Field ; Who by Wifdom, Juftice, Candour and Addrefs, Reconciled various, and even opposite Interefts : Acquired an Influence, which no Rank,...that of fuperior Virtue; Became the fixed important Center, Which united in one common Caufe The principle States of Europe ; Who by military Knowledge,...
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The History of England, Volume 19

Rapin de Thoyras (M., Paul) - 1763
...Field ; Who by Wifdom, Juftice, Candour and Addrefs, Reconciled various, and even oppofite Tntcrefts : Acquired an Influence, which no Rank, no Authority...that of fuperior Virtue } Became the fixed important Center, .' " Which united in- one common Canfe The principle States of Europe ; Who by military Knowledge,...
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A Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University. Containing ...

1764 - 132 pages
...Nation, but of this Age; Whofe Glory was equal in the Council and in the Field; Who-by Wifdom, Juftice, Candour and Addrefs, Reconciled various, and even...States of Europe ; Who by military Knowledge, and irreiiftible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raifed...
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A New Display of the Beauties of England: Or, a Description of the Most ...

1776 - 301 pages
...Nation, but of his Age ; Whofe Glory was equal in the Council and in the Field ; Who by Wifdom, Juflice, Candour, and Addrefs, Reconciled various, and even...fixed important Centre, Which united in one common caule, The principal States of Europe ; Who by military Knowledge, and irrefiftiblc Valour, In a lon;;...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1783 - 152 pages
...oppofite, Interefts; Which no Rank, no Authority, can give, Acquired an Influence Nor any Force bat that of fuperior Virtue; Became the fixed important...Caufe, The principal States of Europe; Who by military Knowlege, and irrcfdUble Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France,...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1787 - 152 pages
...various, and even oppofite, Interefts; Which no Rank, no Authority can give, Acquired an Influence' Nor any Force, but that of fuperior Virtue: Became...important Centre, Which united in one common Caufe, Who by military Knowledge, and irrefiftible Valour, The principal States of Europe; Broke the Power...
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