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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford:: Or, Guide Through the University ... - Page 122
1790 - 152 pages
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the ..., Volume 1

1795 - 152 pages
...Nor any Force, but that of fuperior Virtue : Became the fixed important Centre, Which united in one common Caufe, The principal States of Europe ; Who by Military Knowledge, and irrcfillible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raifed...
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New description of Blenheim [&c., by W.F. Mavor.].

William Fordyce Mavor - 1797 - 148 pages
...any. Force, but that of fuperior Virtue i Became the fixed, important Centre, Which united, in one common Caufe, The principal States of EUROPE ; Who,...FRANCE, When raifed the higheft, when exerted the moit: Refcued the EMPIRE from Defolation; AiTerted, and confirmed the Liberties of EUROPE. • . f...
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The new Oxford guide: or, Companion through the University. To which is ...

1803
...Nor any Force, but that of fuperior Virtue : Became the fixed important Centre, Which united in one common Caufe, The principal States of Europe ; Who...France, When raifed the higheft, when exerted the mod ; Refcued the Empire from Defola^ion ; Aflerted and confirmed the Liberties of Europe. The houfe...
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New description of Blenheim [&c., by W.F. Mavor.]. [on large paper. cm.22].

William Fordyce Mavor - 1803
...united, in one common Cause, The principal States of EORO?E; Who, by military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raised the highest, when exerted the most : Rescued the Empire from Desolation; Asserted and confirmed...
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Modern Literature: A Novel, Volume 3

Robert Bisset - 1804
...virtue ; •Became the fixed important centre. Which united in one common caufe, The principal dates of Europe; Who, by military knowledge, and irrefiftible valour, In a long feries of uninterrupted triumphs, Broke the power of France, When raifed the higheft, when exerted...
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A pocket companion for Oxford. [Entitled] A new pocket companion for Oxford ...

1806
...Nor any Force, but that of fuperior Virtue : Became the fixed important Centre, Which united in one common Caufe The principal States of Europe ; Who by Military Knowledge, and irrefiftibL 1 Valour, In a long Seiies of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raifed...
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A pocket companion for Oxford. [Entitled] A new pocket companion ..., Volume 3

1810
...united in one common Cause The principal States of Europe j Who by Military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raised the highest, when exerted the most; Rescued the Empire from Desolation ; Asserted and confirmed...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford, Or Guide Through the University: With an ...

1810
...united in one common Cause The principal States of Europe j Who by Military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raised the highest, when exerted the most ; Rescued the Empire from Desolation ; Asserted and confirmed...
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Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and ..., Volume 1

Arthur Collins - 1812
...united in one common Cause The principal States of Europe ; Who by military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raised the highest, when exerted the most; Rescued the Empire from Desolation ; Asserted, and confirmed...
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Peerage of England. ...

Arthur Collins - 1812
...united in one common Cause The principal States of Europe ; Who by military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raised the highest, when exerted the most ; Rescued the Empire from Desolation ; Asserted, and confirmed...
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