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Página 748 - ... seated him in the hearts of his people, by abating from magnificence what was due to necessity. Instead of waiting for the slow request of a burthened people, they should have courted popularity by a voluntary surrender of useless • revenue.
Página 748 - His majesty's ministers ought to have come forward and proposed a reduction in the civil list, to give the people the consolation of knowing that their sovereign participated in the sufferings of the empire, and presented an honourable example of retrenchment in an hour of general difficulty. They ought to have consulted the glory of their royal master, and have seated him in the hearts of his people, by abating from magnificence what was due to necessity. Instead of waiting for the slow request...
Página 748 - ... people, by abating from magnificence what was due to necessity. Instead of waiting for the slow request of a burthened people, they should- have courted popularity by a voluntary surrender of useless revenue. Far more agreeable would it have been to that house to accede, than to propose ; much more gracious to have observed the free exercise of royal bounty, than to make the appeal and point out what was right or what was necessary. But if...
Página 805 - The Progress of Intellectual, Moral, and Religious Improvement during the present Reign, represented in a DISCOURSE, delivered before the Unitarian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, at Essex Street Chapel, on Thursday, March 31, 1814, in Commemoration of the Repeal of the Penal Laws against the Impugners of the Doctrine of the Trinity.
Página 974 - MADAME***. L'éditeur vous consacre cette édition, comme un monument de son amitié, de son admiration et de son respect, à vous dont les grâces, l'esprit et le goût retracent au siècle présent le siècle de Louis XIV et les agréments de l'auteur de ces Mémoires.
Página 753 - ... (I mean the author of a celebrated treatise on the Wealth of Nations) whose extensive knowledge of detail, and depth of philosophical research, will, I believe, furnish the best solution to every question connected with the history of commerce, or with the systems of political economy.
Página 779 - Surgical Observations on the Constitutional Origin and Treatment of Local Diseases, and on Aneurisms, London, 1S09 ; third edition, 1813.
Página 2064 - Bibliothèque impériale et autres bibliothèques; publiés par l'Institut impérial de France, faisant suite aux notices et extraits lus au comité établi dans l'Académie des inscriptions et belleslettres.
Página 741 - ... defects where the means of amendment were within reach, that a compilation has been formed, not inadequate, it is hoped, to the expectations of the public. Some few of the speeches that appear in this collection underwent the revision of Mr. Pitt himself; some were communicated by respectable members of the House of Commons from private notes in their own possession...