Anecdotes of the Life of Richard Watson, Bishop of Landaff, Band 2

Abraham Small, no. 112, Chesnut Street, two doors below the Post Office, 1818 - 456 Seiten

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Seite 69 - That the influence of the Crown has increased, is increasing, and ought to be diminished"?
Seite 225 - The Wisdom and Goodness of God in having made both rich and poor; with an Appendix containing Reflections on the present State of England and France.
Seite 18 - And hardly do we guess aright at things that are upon earth, and with labour do we find the things that are before us: but the things that are in heaven who hath searched out?
Seite 301 - This was the Edict of the Grand Duke of Tuscany for the Reform of Criminal La-w in his Dominions.
Seite 231 - And this was thought most agreeable to the general sense of the Nation ; having had experience enough, by trial, of other conclusions ; judging this most likely to avoid the extremes of Monarchy on the one hand, and of Democracy on the other; — and yet not to found Dominium in Gratia 'either.
Seite 201 - Considerations on the Expediency of revising the Liturgy and Articles of the Church of England,
Seite 67 - To the Honourable the Commons of Great Britain in Parliament assembled...
Seite 444 - In September I received a letter from. Dr. Marsh, (Margaret Professor of Divinity at Cambridge,) enclosing a prospectus of an intended national society for the education of the poor in the principles of the Established Church, and requesting to know whether I would assist in the promotion and guidance of such society.
Seite 69 - That it is competent to this House, to examine into, and to correct, abuses in the expenditure of the civil list revenues, as well as in every other branch of the public revenue, whenever it shall appear expedient to the wisdom of this House so to do.
Seite 279 - On the best means of converting certain portions of grass-land into tillage without exhausting the soil, and of returning the same to grass, after a certain period, in an improved state, or at least without injury.

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