Chronological Annals of the War: From Its Beginning to the Present Time. In Two Parts. Part I. Containing from April 2, 1755, to the End of 1760. Part II.--From the Beginning of 1761, to the Signing of the Preliminaries of the Peace. With an Introductory Preface to Each Part...
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Page 10 - We will rejoice in thy salvation, and in the name of our God we will set up our banners : the LORD fulfil all thy petitions. 6 Now know I that the LORD saveth his anointed ; he will hear him from his holy heaven with the saving strength of his right hand.
Page 171 - It may not be improper to remark in this place, that the necessary connexion which exists between our common schools and the literary institutions of the State, including those of the highest grade, has been too frequently overlooked. The academies have already been, in effect, without receiving from the State any direct pecuniary aid for the purpose, nurseries...
Page 11 - Thou hast seen it ; For thou beholdest mischief and spite, to requite it with thy hand: The poor committeth himself unto thee; Thou art the helper of the fatherless.
Page 170 - ... that the anfwer is not at all conformable to the demand. We wanted to be informed, If the court of Spain intended to join the French, our enemies, to make war on Great Britain ; or to depart from their neutrality...
Page 324 - Indies, dun what was practifed there in the reign of the late King Charles the Second of Spain, or than what fhall likewife be fully given and granted, at the fame time, to other nations and people concerned in trade. . VII. That there be a free ufe of navigation and commerce between the...
Page 185 - Hermionie, another French frigate, of the fame force and value, was loft coming out of Dunkirk.
Page 61 - Europeans, took one gun, one tumbril of ammunition, two elephants, and fome horfes, blew up four tumbrils of ammunition, and then return'd into the town. Upon this fuccefs, M. Lally abandon'd the fiege of Tanjore, left his guns fpik'd upon the batteries, and retreated towards Garical.
Page 29 - Accordingly we bcre down, and, about twenty minutes after three, the action began with great brifkJiefs on both fides, and continued for two hours and an half, when the French Commodore made a fignal, and one of the frigates immediately came to tow him out of the line, and the reft of the French ihips followed him.
Page 11 - Lord, thou haft heard the defire of the humble : " thou wilt prepare their heart, thou wilt caufe *' their ear to hear ; to judge the fatherlefs and x' the opprefs'd, that the man of the earth may no *