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Page 177 - ... made. In him was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in the darkness; and the darkness apprehended it not.
Page 129 - Prussia, having entrusted me with the command of the combined armies assembled on the frontiers of France, I think it my duty to inform the inhabitants of that kingdom, of the motives which have influenced the conduct of the two Sovereigns, and of the principles by which they are guided.
Page 49 - ... do, under Divine Providence, chiefly depend upon a due submission to the laws, a just confidence in the integrity and wisdom of parliament, and a continuance of that zealous attachment to the government and constitution of the kingdom, which has ever prevailed in the minds of the people thereof...
Page 178 - He was in the world, and the world was made by Him, and the world knew Him not.
Page 29 - I can only fly to this House, and exhort you to rouse from your lethargy of confidence into the active mistrust and vigilant control which is your duty and your office.
Page 19 - ... emotion in the heart ; but rational discourse alone can convince the understanding and reform the conduct. " The first efforts of genius have commonly been in poetry.
Page 142 - ... soon surrounded by the amazed multitude, both Indians and my countrymen. The adventure soon reached the ears of the commander, who sent an officer to request .that, if the snake had not bit himself, he might have him served up for his dinner. I readily delivered up the body of the snake to the cooks...
Page 55 - An Act for amending and reducing into one Act of Parliament the Laws relating to the Militia in that part of Great Britain called England...