The Chronologist of the Present War, Or, General Historical and Political Register Containing ... Series of the Events which Have Occurred in Europe, &c., from the Commencement of the French Revolution, to the Year 1796 ...

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G.G. & J. Robinson, 1797 - 348 Seiten
 

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Seite 47 - ... and property of all Frenchmen, until the arrival of the troops belonging to their Imperial and Royal Majesties, or until orders be given to the contrary, on pain of being personally responsible: that, on the contrary, such national guards...
Seite 307 - Spain, and to adjuft all matters in difcuflion with that court by an amicable negotiation, have been rendered ineffectual by an abrupt and unprovoked declaration of war on the part of the Catholic King. His Majefty, at the fame time that he fincerely...
Seite 46 - Empire, have been equally exposed to the same oppression; and many others have only avoided the danger, by yielding to the imperious threats of the domineering party and their emissaries.
Seite 91 - ... have appeared there, of an intention to excite disturbances in other countries — to disregard the rights of neutral nations — and to pursue views of conquest and...
Seite 310 - Majefty has the confolation of reflecting, that the continuance of the calamities of war can be imputed only to the unjuft and exorbitant views of his enemies; and his...
Seite 176 - Europe, and above all, on the incontestible justice of our cause, let us render our conduct a contrast to that of our enemies, and by cultivating and practising the principles of humanity and the duties of religion, endeavour to merit the continuance of the Divine favour and protection which have been so eminently experienced by these kingdoms.
Seite 241 - ... committee, or any three of them, be empowered to expend any sum or sums of money, for information or secret service, out of the fund subscribed by the gentlemen of this county.
Seite 18 - Such are the projects of the new political system which they have adopted ; to repel force, to resist oppression, to forget all when they have nothing more to fear; and to treat adversaries, if vanquished, as brothers ; if reconciled, as friends. These are the wishes of all the French ; and this is the war which they declare against their enemies.
Seite 46 - Lorraine; after having disturbed and overthrown in the interior part of the kingdom all order and lawful government ; after having been guilty of the...
Seite 294 - ... commerce has been protected to a degree almoft beyond example, and the fleets of the enemy have, for the...

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