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Am Bi h«liv's Jovikal, ts July 1, 1774.
T/rtiKING, »f tht
5 I A,
OM Msjefty’s Speech from thfe
Throne to both Houses of Parh»-
ment, is, to »1 intents and purpoles,
CP<7 »n »<*<>«<« and ’l’P** 1 t 0 the **°P le
* through tbeir reprefentauves. As
3 ‘hen I have an unqueftiun-
,bie right an d animadvert
u P° n this fuiemn aadrefs from the
»AiAZ WV throne to the people. The authori
tative publication of the Speech implies this firedom j and
tise needfity of the times urges to a free excrale of «.
It has been very unfortunate for the people of England,
that whut for many yean pat has given the Sove:eign tb t
uiutoft has given tlx people the grtattf uittafi
fufi. Nor hive their ideas been left con.raditlory reipea
ing the Ml and pruXtfut width parliament have Ihewn to
with your Majesty, that bat
lux wry mttnfiint j for we have seen and com pi am of
the most uncon&tutional proceedings that ever any parlia
ment could furnilh out inllances oA Your Majcfly had a
very striking mftance of this but * few minutes before you
save the royal aifent to a bill, that, in its fpmt and tenden
cy, h subversive of thd great principles of our governmert,
and a violation of that part of the civil compact by wh£h
You are our legirimatt King. For that biH the mlmfter
cueht to ime his head} for that bill ao peculiar arcum-
Aances of embarraflenent, had such eaifted, were a fufficient
cause. Nor was any true principle ts found policy the
■round aftboltatljujluitirtiafid rrruZa/iww which were falfc-
Jy deemed nrctlTary by your Majesty’s Mimften, for the
wwrtntuut ufSbidu. And we aporehend that the bill it
1 far from " >bt clSrrJl
as the minifies would that feme ot
yourMaieily’ibe tfob/ds fcsuple not toaflert.that it is found
ed on injuilice and violation, contempt of law and cunoms
■ftbe ie*lm. But we will, for a moment, suppose with
•our M-kfty, that the bill will have the desired cfltft m
\uittuig tbt w»dt, and trying tbt baM tfytur
iatMton iubjrth • I» ibtir to be purchased by the
fob ti the aifofi.ons of the people at btnu T Are your Ma-
lefty’s unconquered fubjeAsof tbit nation to tremble fix their
liberties, that Canada might reap the blelfed effefts of your
concealing mercy and parental undcrneU ? Must the de
scendants of men who raised your family. Sir, to empre,
fear for their ALL, while conquered provinces, and fabju
ea«d Raves seem the only objects of royal favour and »ttcn
fion ? Must Protestants mourn, while papists rejoice f Or
is foch the peculiar cast of yodr majefty’* charader, or such
the *taliry of your re:gn, that in the peculiar inftarcev
wherein you mean to adhere to jufoce and humamty, you
■uft go eear the altar, and break your sacred oath > thus
Im Jidattng the very afient by which the law is con
firmed. In the present inftanee your Majesty s pntOant
fabledls are apt to believe, that an agreement m opinion
with yew Ministers would involve them m contrad.aions
Of the moffextraordn.ary nature ; because it would fappofe,
that the worst of men could ad upon the best of prmctplea;
and that the vcriefl slaves that any afteding tyrant would
with for his tools, could adopt the principles of justice and
humanity. Far different, fir, are their principles, and dia
fcetrically repugnant their dodrines. And the peateft
ftst/man that this or any othre age could ever has
given his opinion on the fide of the public eonvidion. No,
fir, the bill did not originate in justice, nor was it founded
in humanity. We fafped that it made parti.ftbe private
fripulations with France,when Lord Bute negotiated the last
infamous peace. We bdieve that the fear of offending the
house as Boufb-n, Ind to keep a large body ot Pt} sh Gana
diant m terrorefn against our pntefart brtfbttn 'J Ame
* siea, the true ground and principles of the bill; else we are
at a lofo to recount foe its being brought in so late in the
fefiions, and at the a general ekdion ; at which t.me
the most ahandoned and insolent ministers have prefen-ed
feme appearances, and paid a httle regard to the people.
Th danger on, *f rtjtfanrt t. year ma m la
ment, which you complain Y™ t™ C
in th es rsnot, fir, the eflW
cf rrdSm or *h~d, hut rehdt" and at
ixmc. On the other fide of the Atlantic was all confi
dence, love, and loyal fubjeflion, till the fort
was m.de to convert free hotn men into fleves, and fidu
cial fuWe€h into bold exponents. Your Majesty travels too
far for Owcaufe of theft evils. You, fir, ought to know,
and be able to give a better account of them, than any man
in the kingdom ; beta** they spring from counsels which
wicked ministers hoM too near your person and throne— from
rhe enemies of your house, and your family '°° ur
government. Theft are the men, fir, whose reefer and
frmneb you commend in the face of thepubhc, m the
most aS of y~r regal eapwtity, wkh
rounded with the royal diadem, thfree-pfi of a generous
people to your anceflors, and permissive grant at W"'*”
vowpoffaLn. From the tHtone, which can have no other
permanent eftabliftmem but justice and
M»fth eompliments men that pay no regard to
Theft fir, are your | S-
of theft country, and the conftutionlrt treated aa >ll a®«-
ed to your government, and outers of the King. T
r k <ti»svowMmefty venture togive the royal premise,
that depend'-
j TH EIR. wwfarrt tfifinL The people, fir, most fin
• v wr A that thia could be retcjved with thoic
Qualification* and reftriaions, a. those declaration, in feme
Miklb'i farmer fiwechea, though omitted m the left,
been, where your find, that the happinels
of the people ft thepsimary of your
that £h»venot, or c« have, any other mtenfo. bcK
It is a peat misfortune to a state, when
J can only bebeve th. poMe in tMap that tend to
li jdareefto mornwg * * /“J*
tainbg that due regard tt ti e c»tni:erei. ! oj tbit
country, which must ever be mj ~faral/y connected with tbeir
own real profptrity and ad-vantage. Yuu. Mge Ill's lubjcGa
in America are more opfreft than deluded Let tyranny cease,
and they will return to a fenie of duty and aßegiance. Let
them experierze an just, temperate government ; and
your Majesty will find due I jtMirdination.andfubm lhon to au
thority • And when we cease, by unconflituttonai taxes,
violations of charter, and proscriptions of citiea and ports to
oppress the Americans, we Ihail fee them pay due regard to
our commercial interests. Your Majesty's mintllcri liave
railed the wall of reparation. And while fuui men are
continued in pdwer, while the laws are unsepcalcd that have
sown the feeds of diflentiun- America will never retuTn to
a sense of duty, and endless contentions mull ensue, till, at
length,the fwoid mut decide contests which injuflice and ty
ranny began. America mal be polluted with the blood of her
sons ; end the children of our bowels, treated with more
than hostile cruelty, will be malfacred. Then perhaps we fiiall
be forced ignominiouny to foe to France and Spain for an in
famous and inglorious trice, till we can breathe from the un
natural (laughter of out brethren to combat with the avowed
and traitemus enemies of our RELI C I O N avd
These, fir, are not the visions of enthusiasm, the diflatea
of fadion, the voice of diiafte&ion, or the language of del
pair. Your ministers, fir, as high priests of tyranny, have
offered up liberty even in the public lenate. Upon the in
fpedion of the viAim, every man turns augur. The unfa
vourable omens are not derived from vague conjeAure, or
facerdotai dtiufwns; hiflory informs us how to judge, and
there is one page written in regal blood, which you, fir, would
do well toconfolt, to form youi judgment, and regulate your
conduA; that the enemies of your family or reign, may
not have an opportunity to vindicate tbeir conduH by such
an high precedent, and such a great example.
Tails Royal Highness tbeVvui
S I R, z XZisa
THE common form of refpeA /hewn to perfoneXJgß
tingui/hed ran't, is the only motive of my
your Royal Highness second to any man in the nation.—
Your Highnefs'slate conduA, and/cte, in an augud affeni
bly, on one of the most impOrtanS, and confe<ju«ntiai aAs,
that the three estates of parliament can pats, delervea the
thanks of the friends of liberty and protestantism. The
memory of the deed will last as long as our annale, and save
us from the charge of total degeneracy. We now look up
to YOU, fir, as the friend and guardian of our rights and
liberties; and we cannot but express our fatisfaflion, in
feeing the laws and religion of the state supported by one,
at least, of the illuftiious houie of Hanover. Amd we form
the higher opinion of such a noble difclurge td the trull re
posed in your royal highnefe, as one of the guardian > o
our liberties, from the peculiar fstuatioa you a e in, and
the relations in which you (land.
The principles of your conduct, Sir, are decinve } and we
have not the least Ihadow of doubt, that your vote in parli
ament arole from a full conviftion, that the bill was fobver
five of the constitution, derogatory to the honour and mi
tereft of yeur royal brother, dangerous to the eftabuftment,
both of the laws and religion of this realm, and fatal sn iu
effete. • 1 , _
it is great consolation, royal Sir, to the people of Eng
land, to look forward, and presage an unbroken foccemun
of patriot Kings in your illustrious line. And though pro
vidence has been pleased co biefs your royal brother, our
Sovereign, with a progeny of hopeful Princes, yet, as in
his witbom, God, who sometimes fetteth up one, and pul
leth down another, may fee fit to remove them from their
present state; it will, no doubt, be fame consolation to
them, but much more to ut, to think tnat one of your au
gust houie ihail sway the feeptre over a free, andconfajuent
•>«‘WF“P k - TRIBUKVS.
Lor J CHATHAM’S Speech in th Houfc of Lerde, on the
third reading of the hill fir the providing the
and trrpt in Amenta, ninth yeartrrt.
THE unfavourable state of health, under which I
have long bboured, could ifot prevent me from
laying before your Lordships my thoughts on the bill now
before you 4 and on the American afthirs in .
If we take a transient view of thoft motives which in
duced the ancestors of our fellow-fubjeds in America, to
leave their native county to encounter the innumerable dif
ficulties of the unexplored regions of the western world, our
aflonilhment at the preftnt conduft of their dependents
will naturally subside. There was no comer of the wor d
into which men of their free and enterprising turn would
not fly with alacritv, rather than fubmrt to the flavuh.nd
tyrannical principle, which prevailed, at that perw»d m their
native country. And we (had wonder, my Lords, if the
defeendent. of such illaftriou, charaflers fpum, with eon.
tempt,the hand of unconstitutional power,chat wcrJd tnaun
fem them such dear bought privileges u they now con
tend for ’ had the Britilh colonies bee:, panted by any other
kingdom, ttan our own, the mhftntant. would have cat
riad with them the chains of slavery, and ipn t otdefi--
tifrn j but as they are, they ought to be remembered a.
gnat iaftances to infbufl the world, to what a mvun at
liberty mankind will naturally attam when they are left to
the free exweife of themfehes. And, my Lorna, not
withftandiag my intention to give my **
the quefiion now before you, 1 cannot help condemning,
in the severest manner, the late turbulent and unwarranta
ble condufi of the Americans in general, a d the not. in
Bufton, in partkui ir. But, my IxMs, the mode which
has been pursued to bring them hack « • lente of their
duty to the parent state, has been so domett oppofitc
to the fundamental principles of found poiic , that indi
viduals, pufleifed of common undevftanding, mult be a fo
ndhed at Uch pmceedi-p. By tdodwny th. hweau.
ofßofton, you haw mraW the innocent trader in th.
fame pvniflunent wk*, the gudty profligates who ddheyad
your merchandise 5 wad indead ad making a web coaccrud
erfort ui fecuie the real offenders, you dap a naval and
military earinguither over their harbour; and puni/h the
fin of a tew law lets raparees and their abettors, upon the>
whole body of the inhabitants.
My Lords, thia countiy is little obliged to the framers
and promoters of this tea-tax ; the Americans had almost
forgot, in their excess of gratitude for the repeal of the
Aamp-aA, any inteteft but that of she mother-country,
there seemed an emulation among the different provinces
who fliould be most dutiful and forward in tbeir exprefli
ons of loyalty to their royal benefador; as you will rea
dily perceive by the following extrad of a letter from Go
vernor Bernard to a noble Laid then in office.
“ The h mfeof reprelentatives, (fays he) from the time
«« of opening the session to t k! » day, has (hewn a difpofiti-
M on to avoid all dispute with me; every thing having
•• parted with as much good humoar as I could desire.
•» The; have ailed, in all things, with temper and mode
“ ration ; they have avoided fume fubjeds of dispute, and
•• have hid a foundation for removing feme causes of for
“ mer altercation."
This, my birds, was the temper of the Americans;
and would have continued so, had it not been interrupted
by your (ruitlefe endeavours to tax them without their
confeat: but the moment they perceived your intention
was renewed to tax them, through the files us the F.aft-
India company, their resentment got the afeendant of their
duty, and hurried them into aAions con rary to all laws of
policy, civilisation, and humanity, which, in their cooler
hours, they would have thought on with horror; for 1
ferio. fly believe, the destroying of the tea was much more
the effect ot defoair, than that of design.
But, my Lords, from the complexion of the whole of
the proceedings, I am apt to think, that jdminiflr.tion
has purjxifely iiritated them into those late violent ads for
which they now so feveidy fmait; purposely to be reveng
ed on them for the victory they gamed by the repeal of
a measure to which they seemingly ac
'tyVfeed, but at die bottom they were its real enemies.
Ff T^ at ot hct motive could induce them to dress taxation,
thpt Jbther of American sedition, in the robes of an East-
director, but to break in upon that mutual peace and
harmony wh-ch then so happily subsisted between them
and the mother country ? my Lords, I am an old man,
and will advifc t'< noble Lords now in office, to adopt a
more g« .fie mode of governing America, fix the day s
not far distant, when America may vie with these king
doms, not only in arms, but in arts also. It is an efta
bli/hed fad, that the principal towns in America are learn
ed and foiite, and understand the constitution of the em
pire, as well as the noble lords who guide the Iprings of
government; and confequendy, thev will have a watchful
eye over their liberties, to prevent the least encroachment
of an a bitrary adminiftrjtion on thair hereditary rights and
This übfervation is so recently exempl-fied in an exce.lent
pamphlet which comes from the pen of an American
gen'-lcman- that 1 /hall take the liberty of reading tn your
Lordiips his thoughts on the competency of the Briti/h
Parliament to tax America, which, in my opinion, feta
that interesting matter in the clearest pint of view.
« The high court of Parliament (fays he) is the fap.yne
« leg dative power over the whole empire; in all free
« states the constitution is fixed ; and as the supreme legi
« flativs derives its power and authority from the confti
«« tutian, It cannot overleap the bounds of it, without de
“ ftroying its own foundation ; or the constitution afcer
« tarns and limits both sovereignty and allegiance : And
« therefore his Majesty's American fuljeas, who acknow
« ledge thrmfelvm bound by the ties of allegiance, have an
« equitable claim to the fall enjoyment of the fandamen
«»tai rules of theEngli/h constitution ;a d that it is an
«‘eflential unalterable right in nature, in rafted into the
' *• Britife •onftftution as a fundamental law, and ever held
« sacred and irrevocable by the fubjefta within the realm ;
« and that what a nun has haneftly acquired, is abfo
« lately his own; which he mayfretly give, but which
«« cannot be taken from him without his consent."
TLis, my Lords, though nn new dodrine has always
been my received and unalterable opinion; and L will car
ry it tn my grave, that tbit ceuntry bad ne right, under
Heaven, te tax America. Tt is contrary to all the princi
ples of justice Mid civil policy, which neither the exigences
of the state, or even the acquiescence in the taxes, could
juftify upon any occasion whatever. Such proceedings will
never meet with their wilhed-for fuccefr; and uiliead of
adding to their miteries, as the bill now before you most
undoubtedly does, adopt feme lenrent rcoafores, which
may fore them te their duty; proceed like a kind and ef
fe&oMte parent over a child whom he tenderly loves; and,
Inlfead of those har/h and severe ;«xeedingj, pals an am
nesty on all their youthfal erroia ; clalp them once more
in yeur fond and affsfibonate arms « and I will ’*“■'« to
.frm, you will find them children worthy of they fire.
But rtiould their turbulence exist after your proffered terms
of forgivenefs, which I hope, and expeft this houfr l wll
immediately adopt, I will be among the foremoft of this
iiluftrious ariemhiy, to move for foch measure. as will
cdfcfUaily ptevent a future relapse, y«d make them Seel
what it is to provoke a fond and forgiving parent . a
pasent, my Lords, whole welfare has ever been my great
est aod most plruing confolatior.. This declaration may
fen unoreeffcry, but 1 will venture to declare, the period
is not far di.Unt, when (he will want the afiulance of
her most distant friends; butsfcouM the all-disposing hand
of Providence prevent me from affbeding her my poor af
fiftanoe, my prayers (hall be ever fat her welfare. Ungtt
efdaytbe ,n her regbt band, and in her left, ruhe,.tad
bmw i may ber wnyt be wayt es pUafantneft, and all
bar patbt be peace.
d T 1 meeting of Delegates from evwy town in the
A county of Eflex, » th* ‘
Bay, held at Ipfwkh, m the frid county, on the 6th v*
vth days of September 1774* . " <Mat
Kictort Derfiy, junvEkU **r. John
fcnmth»n Gardner, >■. Capt. Richard r
Timothy Pickering, j o n^—Danym, Dr £
Gift. Wulum SWtater—lff***. C, P Jr
1 ■> '
I',-,, H,; w. 1 V-
Cliaric. 1 Ib'in; b i', Seurtut, : '1 1.. a ' £
the door vt ti e home (Carpen si's Hall) in
meet, and the refak of tiiole meetings are confined so
among theuiieive., that Laue the leaf! lyliable of the;r pro
ceedings realtii the ears <4 the expelling public: '1 he worthy
Fanner, together with Thoma. Willing, I sq; are b. tn, by
the united voice of the ir.jci’uble body 0: de legate traded
in, to give their alTtftancc, t> the great faosudiun a«d
pieafurc of the people. We were alauncd fell Tucfday by
an express from Hollon, and yclleiJay by another from New
York ; it has now in fame meafore fubfieed. The phyli
cians here, it is laid, have agreed to no patients
for the (mall-pox, doting ftse lilting ol the Congn,S, as
ieveral of the northern and Uuthcin delegstea have net
had that disorder."
M ARRIED.J Mr. WiTamPhillips,jun. merchant,to
MiLMeium Mlfon, feconddaughterot Mr. JonaihanMaion.
At Reading, the Rev. Mr. bwain, bf Wenham, to Mifo
Elizabeth Hartlhome, of that place. —At Rhode-libnd,
Hon. Sit John Treviilc, Knight of Malta, and Captain of
Cavalry, in the (ervice of Ins moil Christian Majesty, tu
Mrs. Abigail Stoneman, of Newport.—At Chadcltown,
South-Cliolina, Mr. Joseph Scott, to Mils Katy Adam*.
DIED.) Mr. John Sorin, baker—Mrs. I ilk, widow.
—Mr. Joieph Waldron.—At Salem, John Leech, Elly
Mr. Samuel Orne, meichant.
Cufem-Htufc, Port of Sukm and llfarbltbead, Sept. 19. ■
Aait 1 vid. Hinkley from Newfoundland, R<-dge#
Greenock, Btooks and Hawlej, New-Haven ; Hurd, Mil
ler, and Williams, New London, and Bernard, New-Yurb.
At T E N in the Morning,
Will be fold by PUBLIC VENDUE,
atKVSSLL's Auction Room in Queen-flieet,
A variety of HOUSE tURNI I URE
belonging to a Person going out of the Province.
I’aitculars in Monday Papers.
J. RUSSELL, Auctioneer.
W R 1 T Fn G and Arithmetic, to
' ’ be taught in Evening:.. The Schoal to be opened
the firft Monday in Oflober next, at the Writing Schoui-
House, in Queen- street, and to be continued for ihc Seafoi.
Where due Care will be taken for Inftrutlion in its various
Branches, as ufaal, and it is hoped will meet with a like
Acceptance, which (hail be the Aim of ihc Subicriber—an
Alhifant in one «f the public Schools. <
Sept. 19, 1774- William OAtL.jun.
Samuel T 0 SOLD, by
Mr* ci‘ Butt’s Whaif, the following Weft-India Goods, via.
Mr* PetT'H DICE St. Vincent and Barftdoa
Capt. Rum, Jamaica Spirin «nd Sugars, Race Ginger,
Lee, Ffyotton Wool, indigo of tire best Quality, Turks-lfland Salu
—MethutSaid Davis allo has to Sell, Eight Thousand Pipe
Boxford, Lives, which aie at Salam, the Terms of Sale ot which
Hovey.—K be known by enquiring ot Mr. Haikitt Dabbv,
Fuller, Dr. Salem, or Jona than Davis, of Bo.ton.
Several pa To be SOL D, in Wobcbstbb,
fain, and the Q () O D Dwelling Houle and Barn,
tended by the together with a good Garden, and about Half an
vernment of L an d, with a large Brook running through the
after of said Land> we u fituawd on the Sueet, opposite
nine persona % urt .H oU fc, in the moil public Pan of the Town,
fame. The co. c| | on inclining to purchase may enquire of Edm vn i»
’!*/ 9’ 0U » ht 'a n, on laid Premises.
thia time : W g extraordinary good for a Shopkeeper,
debated on and ade f inan o f any Sort, dec. Ac.
Delegates, one ■ —
": UG S and ME DI C 1 N
coun/v to meet t2 0, * e ‘ , LONDON, .ud SOLD by
dient for t e countyop, half a Mile East of the Meeting Houle, in
of the importance MARLBOROUG H,
qualification*n es/r-R ES H Aflbrtment of Drugs and
wUdom and prudence |C j nea , Ground Madder, and other Dye Stuffs,
becoming freemen ) )ini> Curranra, Turkey Figs, Hungary Water,
the fentimenta of mirier, King's Honey Water, Couit Plaifter,
province, with fubmifli vr i n g rs , & c . Also genuine Patent Medicines,
provincial affemUy. and , n ’, Balsam, Godfrey '• Cordial, Mill's Balsam
congtefs,—uu, in the ru Dropa, Britifli Oil, Eflence of Peppermint,
lowing rdolves, viz. Jamet’s Fever Powder*, Anderfon'a Scotch
t. That the several aasf rma ) e I’ilh, Cephalic Snuff.
just rights of the colonies, a> o n S INSTRUMENTS,
being futyefh of deliberation l (Very neat)
renders it expedient fur thia c<, i n Fish skin Cases, ditto, in Velvet
mirations relpcfting them ; excCafes, Midwifery Instruments, much
operation requires immediate cremate Catheter* secording to DoAot
parliament, entitled, « an ad .ft Lancet, four in a Case, Fifh-Oun,
government of the province al or single. Teeth Instruments of all
New-England," being a molt
constitutional and charter right* are fold as cheap as can be bought in
version of the government oft
of our liberties ; and having be'
Public are hereby in
this violence Hill continuing ‘he Subfcnber, living in Sutton, intend
invioUble attachment we ow" Branch ofAuhnef* in> my Way, and
fential to, and diftinguifk u’»y “» thatj®naking HOES. And
and from a tender concern Matters, bu/W>dmg a convenient Shop,
are bound to pursue al) reapnd a la g<|pck, 1 purpose to begin the
attempts to enforce an contmue m that Branch
may be defeated. W hut I (hall meet with fufficient Encou-
*. That the Judges, Ju* holjjwhom my Ambition prompt me to
this county, appointed agrea ll '**""" 0 »« we >‘ Wlflie " .% A,ner ' c “
of the province, are the only.’•'.flame their
we may lawfully obey : TM ‘heir Suffrage for the Execution of any
remove these officer, except not through my Hands, nor by
fuant to the charter and tho* under me, be fupphed with a single one,
these officers to continue in’ firft F*«"» that ,u<h roo * be “j
trusts, a* if the afcrementfosJ ■ s*•** Ffet d, *T’ " h,de un 'l
been made : And that whih«i» Wretches. llf
by any official condud in Co: neighbouring Governments, may be hit
vigorously support them theM “«’*»• want, te cmy on thd
indemnify them in their perkK learnable Notice, whole Favousa 4
lawful doings, yield a ready X*’** on me, to acknowledge mJ |
3. Thai all civil officer.in tH** mo orient and v«y hue/ W
petfont, who (hall dare to emdu SAMUEL w
mentioned aft, for violating 6th, 1774>
the province, are, and will be 1 * -
its unnatural and malignant enif PUBLISHED, "
of thia body, such men, while dmes, rlegamh bound and lettrrtd) .
and to contribute to involve thd O H N B O YL E, at his Shop, ir
of a civil war, are unfit foe civild M borough-Street, M
not to be tilled by the labour oftj’ Y SER M O
milies Applied wtth hu cloathi • Sutjefh, via—l- The Fol'fl
4. [Tbit ath rewlve, whi< .* Rdlg , on ._u. The Excel
ir omitted by the dirra. nos ’jy. i.f ul Chr.ft the only
biehead mo Danvrn, they fopf* V . 'I heDcmmionof an
deoa. .non inserted in th., an d Praise.—V,
to the count;., S"d -nC'r 3 f 1 har: Fai'h or H >pe- 1
Huous andrniprupir.j ~; n pr.fon—lX.
5. 'I eb" r ’><'d x I. The
William Bmwnc. Ii : ; of t XI
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