The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer, Volumen50

C. Ackers, 1735

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Página 161 - ALMIGHTY and everlasting God, who art always more ready to hear than we to pray, and art wont to give more than either we desire or deserve ; pour down upon us the abundance of thy mercy, forgiving us those things whereof our conscience is afraid, and giving us those good things which we are not worthy to ask, but through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ thy Son our Lord.
Página 47 - Another request is, that I may be permitted to write an open letter to Sir Henry Clinton, and another to a friend for clothes and linen. " I take the liberty to mention the condition of some gentlemen at Charleston, who, being either on parole or under protection, were engaged in a conspiracy against us. Though their situation is not similar...
Página 163 - All the money he receives is for the navy fervices, and placed under, of carried over, to one of thefe branches; the money in each .branch is fubdivided, arranged, and kept under various different heads of fervices; the whole balance, at the time he leaves the office, continues to be liable, whether it be in his hands, or in the hands of his reprefentatives, in cafe of his death, to the fame fervices for which its feveral parts were originally...
Página 321 - In the life of Augustus, we behold the tyrant of the republic converted, almost by imperceptible degrees, into the father of his country and of human kind.
Página 78 - Bounty (that is, the governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy).
Página 272 - ... there be errors, he may either pay the balance to, or receive it from, the paymafter in office, according as it may be determined ; then, and not before, he will be entitled to his quietus, which being the formal official difcharge of every public accountant, cannot but be fubfequent to the complete examination, and the payment of the balance, if any, according to the final adjuftment of his accounts. Having, therefore, not heard, either from the accountants themfelves, or from thofe who may...
Página 46 - Arnold went from his quarters, which were at this place, as it was supposed over the river to the garrison at West Point ; whither I proceeded myself, in order to visit the post I found General Arnold had not been there during the day, and on my return to his quarters he was still absent. In the mean time a packet had arrived from...
Página 558 - O Man, what is Good: And what doth the Lord require of thee, but to do juftly, and to love Mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God ? Here is a good Man exprefsly characterized, as diftinct from a difhoneft, and a fuperftiSERM.tious Man.
Página 168 - There are fourdiflinil accounts о four treafurers of the navy at this time open at the pay-office, and bufinefs is carried on upon every one of them at the fame time, by the fame officers, when the current bufinefs of the prefent treafurer alone would find employment enough for them all. There have been...
Página 283 - is full of mechanics and slaves, who are all of them profound theologians ; and preach in the shops, and in the streets. If you desire a man to change a piece of silver, he informs you wherein the Son differs from the Father; if you ask the price of a loaf, you are told, by way of reply, that the Son is inferior to the Father ; and if you inquire whether the bath is ready, the answer is, that the Son was made out of nothing.

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