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Página 35 - Darius, for in eleven days he marched thirty-three hundred furlongs, harassed his soldiers so that most of them were ready to give it up, chiefly for want of water. While they were in this distress, it happened that some Macedonians who had fetched water in skins upon their mules from a river they had found out, came about noon to the place where Alexander was, and seeing him almost choked with thirst, presently filled an helmet and offered it him.
Página 131 - ... neither shall they cover themselves with their works : their works are works of iniquity, and the act of violence is in their hands. 7 Their feet run to evil, and they make haste to shed innocent blood: their thoughts are thoughts of iniquity; wasting and destruction are in their paths. 8 The way of peace they know not, and there is no right in their goings : they have made them crooked paths ; whosoever goeth therein shall not know peace. 9 Therefore is judgment far from us, neither doth justice...
Página 14 - III. of glorious memory: her majesty the Queen of Great Britain, and the lords the States General of the United Provinces, do agree, and engage...
Página 14 - Succeilion ; and that the King of Great" Britain, and the States General, may obtain a particular and fufficient Security for their Kingdoms, Provinces and Dominions, and for the Navigation and Commerce of their Subjects.
Página 55 - Imperial Majefty, have ever had any Forces on their own Account there, 'till the laft Year, and then only a Regiment of Foot, confiding of two thoufand Men.
Página 21 - Crown of France and Spain may never be united on the Head of the fame Prince, his Majefty being perfuaded that this Excefs of Power would be contrary to the Gocd and Quiet of Europe.
Página 253 - Xeep up his Patron's Courage with Wine, till within very few Hours of their meeting in the Field.
Página 75 - ... not fo flagrant, or univerfal, do daily produce very pernicious confequences. I know a certain perfon in employment, who, befides the firmnefs of his principles, in refIiefl to the prefent proceedings of the Court, is a man of undoubted honour and virtue, of admirable fenfe and learning, and every way qualified for the execution of any office. I am convinced, as much as it is...
Página 175 - This nation has been so long engaged in War with the French, that some of our unthinking Britons have contracted a kind of personal Malice against them; never considering, that if our Country be ruined, it is perfectly indifferent to us, whether it be done by the French, the Dutch, the Germans, the Turk, the Devil or the Pope.