An Address to the People of Great Britain

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R. Faulder, 1798 - 42 من الصفحات
Supporting Pitt's war policy.
 

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الصفحة 40 - No theology in the belief that God is, and that He is the rewarder of them that diligently seek Him...
الصفحة 30 - I wiih to warn you; they will fird attempt to perfuade you that there is nothing after death, no heaven for the good, no hell for the wicked, that there is no God, or none who regards your actions; and when you...
الصفحة 2 - instead of calling for a tenth of a man's income I wish the minister had called for a tenth, or such other portion of every man's whole property as would have enabled him not merely to make a temporary provision for the war, but to have paid off, in a few years, the whole or the greatest part of the national...
الصفحة 11 - I have read or heard on the fubject) may ftill entertain, either on; the jufHce or the neceffity of commencing, this war in which we are engaged, I entertain none on the prefent neceffity and juftice of continuing it. Under whatever...
الصفحة 2 - The chief defence, however, was put forth by the Bishop of Landaff, in a pamphlet that attracted wide attention.6 " A new system of finance," said the Bishop, " has this year been introduced ; and I fairly own it has my approbation as far as it goes. It has given great discontent to many ; but it has given none to me. On the contrary...
الصفحة 18 - I mould fay that they had in any degree abandoned either their attachment or their principles, or were difpofed to join the invaders of their country. There is another fet of men whom it feems the fafhion of the day to reprefent as enemies of the ftate, to ftigmatize as republicans, levellers, jacobins.
الصفحة 19 - Britons; they difcomfited them in a moment; they covered them with fliame, and led them into captivity. The common people in this fortunate ifland, enjoy more liberty, more confequence, more comfort of every kind, than the common people of any other country ; and they are not infenfible of their felicity ; they will never erecl the tree of liberty.
الصفحة 11 - Under whatever circutnftances the war was begun, it is now become juft ; fince the enemy has refufed to treat, on equitable terms, for the reftoration of peace. Under whatever circumftances of expediency or inexpediency the war was commenced, its continuance is now become...
الصفحة 20 - ... by the difcontented in this country. They have already made a trial ; the event of it fhould lower their confidence ; the Welch, of all denominations, ruflied upon their gallic enemies, with the impetuofity of ancient Britons ; they difcomfited them in a moment ; they covered them with fhame, and kd them into captivity.

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