The Scots Magazine, Volume 22

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Sands, Brymer, Murray and Cochran, 1760 - English literature

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Page 397 - Upon account, to enable his majefty to defray any extraordinary expences of the War, incurred, or to be incurred, for the fervice of 1760; and to take all fuch meafures, as may be neceflary, to difappoint, or defeat, any enterprizes or deiigns of his enemies, and as the exigency of affairs may require, — — ioooooo о о z.
Page 163 - She was civilly received by the mother, who bid her welcome — when it was too late. But her daughter Hannah lay at his back, to cut them off from all opportunity of exchanging their thoughts. At her return home, on hearing the bell toll out for his departure, she screamed aloud that her heart was burst, and expired some moments after.
Page 34 - DAMON'S native plains belong. Tell her, in livelier plumes array'd, The bird from Indian groves may fhine ; But afk the lovely partial maid, What are his notes compar'd to thine ? Then bid her treat yon...
Page 30 - ... was interdicted the clergy by a Gallican Synod. About the same time is found in the account-book of the king's cofferer the following charge : — " Paid for a pack of painted leaves bought for the king's amusement, three livres.
Page 459 - Upon being interrogated as to his design, he acknowledged that it was 'to bring about a confederation of all the Southern Indians, to inspire them with industry, to instruct them in the arts necessary to the commodities of life, and, in short, to engage them to throw off the yoke of their European allies of all nations.
Page 453 - ... the behaviour of thofe about him, that, finding one evening, after he came home, fome pieces of bread in the /dining-room, which had been left there by a child of the family, he immediately took it into his head, that they were left • there as reproachful emblems of his poverty, which obliged him to fubfift on the fragments of charity.
Page 397 - Vaughan. Finally, they voted one million upon account, to enable the king to defray any extraordinary expenses of the war, incurred or to be incurred for the service of the year one...
Page 223 - IMAGINE to yourself a little squat, uncourtly figure of a Doctor Slop, of about four feet and a half perpendicular height, with a breadth of back, and a sesquipedality of belly, which might have done honour to a Serjeant in the horse-guards.
Page 422 - British admiral had been properly exerted, the French fleet would have been defeated, and Minorca relieved : a man's opinion of danger...
Page 230 - That after the said limitation shall take effect as aforesaid, no person born out of the kingdoms of England, Scotland, or Ireland, or the dominions thereunto belonging (although he be naturalised or made a denizen, except such as are born of English parents), shall be capable to be of the Privy Council, or a Member of either House of Parliament...

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