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Page 620 - We may have our own opinions about slavery; we may be for or against the South; but there is no doubt that Jefferson Davis and other leaders of the South have made an army; they are making, it appears, a navy; and they have made what is more than either, they have made a nation.4.
Page 342 - Hence great part of what has been said in the reviews may be true, and yet the book in its pith and marrow stand. These three theses, chiefly to be drawn from the second and fourth chapters, are : — 1. Political Economy, the Science of Wealth, is the deductive science through which the investigation of natural is connected with that of social phenomena, and thus the way prepared for one universal science. 2. The Laws of Society are different from those of the Individual ; and the Method of Averages,...
Page 145 - And when Jacob had made an end of commanding his sons, he gathered up his feet into the bed, and yielded up the ghost, and was gathered unto his people.
Page 455 - Adgefrin, stayed there with them thirty-six days, fully occupied in catechising and baptizing ; during which days, from morning till night, he did 'nothing else but instruct the people resorting from all villages and places, in Christ's saving word ; and when instructed, he washed them with the water of absolution in the river Glen, which is close by.
Page 474 - THIS bill entitles the bearer to receive Spanish Milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, according to the resolutions of the Congress, held at Philadelphia, on the 10th day of May, AD 1775.
Page 348 - Member of the Civil Division of the Third Class, or Companions of the said Most Honourable Order.
Page 773 - Cloglier in 1801, and in 1805 consecrated bishop of Cork. In 1807 he was translated to the see of Raphoe, in 1819 to that of Clogher, in 1820 to the archbishopric of Dublin, and in 1822 to the archiépiscopal see of Armagh and the primacy of Ireland.
Page 91 - Bengal, to be an Ordinary Member of the Civil Division of the Second Class, or Knights Commanders of the Most Honourable Order of the -Bath ; and of Lieut.-Col.
Page 273 - AN ATTEMPT TO DISCRIMINATE THE STYLES OF ARCHITECTURE IN ENGLAND, FROM THE CONQUEST TO THE REFORMATION : WITH A SKETCH OF THE GRECIAN AND ROMAN ORDERS. By the late THOMAS RICKMAN, FSA Sixth Edition, with considerable Additions, chiefly Historical, by JOHN HENRY PARKER, FSA, and numerous Illustrations by O.