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" Majefty was gracioufly pleafed to command, by his proclamation, that thanks fhould be returned to Heaven ; but how provoking muft it be to the Almighty, that his mercies and deliverances extended to this nation, and our thankfgiving that was publicly... "
Another cordial for low spirits - Page 196
by Thomas Gordon - 1751
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The fable of the bees; or, Private vices, public benefits: With ..., Volume 1

Bernard Mandeville - Charity-schools - 1728
...Majefty was gracioufly pleafed to command by his Proclamation that Thanks {hould be returned to Heaven ; but how provoking muft it be to the Almighty, that...Mercies and Deliverances extended to this Nation, and our Thanldgiving that was publickly commanded for it, (hould be attended with fuch flagrant Impieties....
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A Cordial for Low Spirits: Being a Collection of Curious Tracts, Volume 2

Thomas Gordon - England - 1763
...gracioufly pleafed to com" mand, by his proclamation, that thanks fhould " be returned to heaven ; but bow provoking " muft it be to the almighty, that his mercies "'" and deliverances extended to this nation, and *' our thankfgiving that was publickly com" manded for it, Qiould be attended with fucb **• flagrant...
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The Fable of the Bees : Or, Private Vices, Publick Benefits: With an Essay ...

Bernard Mandeville - Charity-schools - 1806 - 534 pages
...was gracioufly pleafed to command, by his proclamation, that thanks fhould be returned to Heaven ; but how provoking muft it be to the Almighty, that...mercies and deliverances extended to this nation, and our thankfgiving that was publicly commanded for it, mould be attended with fuch flagrant impieties....
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Our Corner, Volumes 7-8

Free thought - 1886
...preserved us from the plague, which has visited our neighboring nation . . . . ; but how provoking must it be to the Almighty, that his mercies and deliverances extended to this nation, and our thanksgiving that was publicly commanded for it, should be attended with such flagrant impieties!...
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Horae Sabbaticae: Reprint of Articles Contributed to the Saturday ..., Volume 2

James Fitzjames Stephen - English essays - 1892
...preserved us from the plague which has visited our neighbouring nation . . . but how provoking it must be to the Almighty that his mercies and deliverances extended to this nation, and our thanksgiving that was publicly commanded for it, should be attended with such flagrant impiety.'...
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The Fable of the Bees and Other Writings

Bernard Mandeville, E. J. Hundert - Literary Collections - 1997 - 228 pages
...pleased to command by his proclamation that thanks should be returned to Heaven; but how provoking must it be to the Almighty, that his mercies and deliverances extended to this nation, and our thanksgiving that was publicly commanded for it, should be attended with such flagrant impieties....
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