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to all people, he was of a tender himselfe, but his invention was so constitution, but through the vivaci. ready and wisedome so habituall in ty of bis spiritt could undergo la. all his speeches, that he never had bours, watchings and iourneyes, as reason to reperit himselfe of speal. well as any of stronger composi- ing at any time without ranking the tions ; he was rheumatick, and had words beforeha nd, he was not talk. a long sicknesse and distemper oc- ative yett free of discourse, of a very casion’d thereby two or three yeares spare diett, not inuch given to sleepe, after the warre ended, but elce for an early riser when in health, ke the latter halfe of his life was heal. never was at any time idle, and hat. thy tho' tender, in his youth, and ed to see any one elce soe, in all bis ehildhood he was sickly, much naturall and ordinary inclinations troubled with weaknesse and tooth and composure, there was somakes, but then his spiritts carried thing extraordinary and tending 19 him through them ; he was very vertue, beyond what I can describe, patient under sicknesse or payne or or can be gather'd from a bare dead any common accidints, but yet description ; there was a life of upon occasions, though never with spiritt and power in him that is not out iust ones, he would be very an. to be found in any copie drawbe grie, and had even in that such a from him : to summe up therefore grace as made him to be fear'd, yet all that can be sayd of his outward he was never outragious in pas- frame and disposition wee must truly sion ; he had a very good facultie conclude, that it was a very band. in perswading, and would speake some and well furnisht lodging prevery well pertinently and effectual. pard for the reception of that ly without premeditation upon the prince, who in the administration greatest occasions that could be ofe of all excellent vertues reign'd there fer’d, for indeed his judgment was awhile, till he was called back to so nice, that he could never frame the pallace of the universall en any speech beforehand to please peror. *
Is not here Plato's system pourtray'd in language worthy of that sublime and eloquent philosopher ?
HISTORY OF EUROPE.
State of Europe at the Commencement of 1806.-Consequence of the Battle
of Trafalgar.- Animosity of Bonaparte against England.- Probability of
State of the Ministry on Mr. Pill's Death-Lord Harokesbury refuses to un.
dertake the Government, but accepts the Cinque-Ports-Lord Grentille has
Military System-- Army of Reserre Bill--- Aditional Force Bill-- Notice of
-Conversation in the House of Commons arising out of a Quesin
on the Motion for Leave to bring in a Bill for the Repeal of the Adda
– Debate on their
the Blanks in the Clause-On the Third Reading of the B:
Finance.-Budget.Loan.-War Taxes.—Taxes to provide for the Interer
the Loan.- Irregularity of bringing forward the Ways and Means bei
Slave Trade.—Sir Arthur Pigott's Bill.--Bill for preventing the Increase
the British Slave Trade.-Resolutions against the Slave Trade is bá
-Stipendiary Curate's Bill.-Motion on Vaccination.- Charges against Earl
St. Vinceni.-Vote of Thanks to Earl St. Vincent.--Conclusion of the Af.
'rial of Henry Viscount Melville.—Managers ordered to proceed in the Im-
peachment.-- Answer of Lord Melville to the Articles of Impeachment.--
Additional Article.- Protter.-—- Answer to the Additional Article.-he-
Peace of Presburg–Treaty of Vienna between France and Prussia, and
Occupation of Hanover by the latter - Affairs of Naples-- Treaty of Por-
persed--oseple Bonaparte declared King of Naples by his Brother-
The German Empire the natural Barrier of Europe against France. ---Cuare
quences of the Elevation of the House of Brandenburg.-- Prussia the is