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Page 146 - That a claim of any body of men, other than the king, lords, and commons of Ireland to make laws to bind this kingdom, is unconstitutional, illegal, and a grievance.
Page 119 - ... into the wide world, without one faithful friend to give them advice ; left to find their own way in a dark and rugged wilderness, with snares, and quicksands, and chasms around them.
Page 106 - As for legacies for the poor I am at a stand ; as for beggars by trade and election, I give them nothing ; as for impotents by the hand of God, the public ought to maintain them ; as for those, who have been bred to no calling nor estate, they should be put upon their kindred ; as for those, who can get no work, the...
Page 456 - ... without taking from that ample encouragement, which ought to be held forth to talents, diligence, and integrity, wherever they are to be found.
Page 133 - The officers to be appointed from among the gentlemen of the neighbourhood, or the inhabitants of the faid towns, either by...
Page 161 - I so, when he was appointed to the command of Gibraltar, in a fortunate hour for the safety of that important fortress.
Page 159 - The general was born about the year 1718, and received the first rudiments of his education under a private tutor retained at the family seat. At an early age he was sent to the university of Leyden, where he made a rapid progress in classical learning, and spoke with elegance and fluency the German and French languages.
Page 146 - I w 11 not fubmit. The Members of this Houfe cannot fubmit ; we have received honours from the people ; can we take the civic crown and lay it at the feet of Britifh fupremacy ? Shall the colonifts of America be free, and the loyal people of Ireland be fJaves \ No — I know itlie Gentlemen of this country too well.