Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review, Volume 64, Part 1
The "Gentleman's magazine" section is a digest of selections from the weekly press; the "(Trader's) monthly intelligencer" section consists of news (foreign and domestic), vital statistics, a register of the month's new publications, and a calendar of forthcoming trade fairs.
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Page 390 - But some, perhaps, will say : Are we to have no word of God — no revelation ? I answer, Yes ; there is a word of God ; there is a revelation. THE WORD OF GOD is THE CREATION WE BEHOLD : and it is in this word, which no human invention can counterfeit or alter, that God speaketh universally to man.
Page 513 - I fear not all his threatenings ; his great preparations and mighty forces do not stir me ; for though he come against me with a greater power than ever was, his Invincible Navy, I doubt not (God assisting me, upon whom I always trust) but that I shall be able to defeat and overthrow him. I have great advantage against him, for my cause is just.
Page 360 - Britim armies pafled the Selles, and encamped in front of this town, while the Dutch formed their camp immediately in its rear. At nine o'clock on yefterday morning the three armies moved forwards in eight columns.
Page 56 - Thy balm reftores me, and thy fkill fuftains. Oh, more than GALEN learn'd, than PLATO wife ! My guide, my law, my joy fupreme arife ! Love warms this frigid clay with myftick fire, And dancing mountains leap with young defire.
Page 358 - ... the Commissioners who have managed the present capitulation, and will lay down their arms at .the place of their embarkation. Three days will be Allowed for the evacuation of the Fort, and the Commissaries of artillery and stores will remain in.
Page 476 - ... contained in them menaced approaching ruin both to the church and state. The work I have mentioned is intituled, ' The Veil withdrawn ; or the Secret of the French Revolution explained by the Help of Freemasonry.
Page 74 - You must have observed, with satisfaction, the advantages which have been obtained by the arms of the allied powers, and the change which has taken place in the general situation of .Europe since the commencement of the war. The United Provinces have been protected...
Page 357 - ... following ; and the garrifon, amounting to 900 men, marched out this morning prifoners of war, laying down their arms on the parade of Fort Royal, and were embarked for France immediately. His...
Page 74 - At fea our fuperiority has been undifputed, and our commerce fo effeftually protected, that the lofles fuftained have been inconfiderable in proportion to its extent, and to the captures made on the contracted trade of the enemy. The...
Page 360 - March 20, 1794, I HAVE the pleasure to acquaint you, that the only loss we have sustained in the capture of Fort Royal is the Pilot of the Zebra killed, and four seamen belonging to the same ship wounded. So soon as...