Sunday Morning's Post

... make t/.em ef'eAualy and particularly to execute, in a right Manner, the 'trovifions made for civilizing. and reducing into Order , fuch 'Parts of the United Kingdom , where the II ant cj Knowledge, Improvement , and due Obedience to tie 1.a.-ws , tad ...

Published: Tue 31 Mar 1752
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1917 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

Some curious Extracts from M. Voltaire’s Siecle de Louis XIV

... good Father, honell Man, but an ill-advifed Monarch: He enaged in Civil War, which made him bill loofc his Throne, and his Lite upon Scaffold, a Revolution almolt without Example. I his Civil War begun in.the Minority Lewis XIV. fora lime prevented England ...

Published: Tue 23 Jun 1752
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1684 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

The Conclusion of the Case of Martin Guerre

... [2] Pretending another Perfon, Adultery, [4] Rape, [c;] Sacrilege, Tneft, [7] Pkgiatifm: This lull Crime is conflituted the Civil Law, and is committed when one detains Perfon who is the Property of, or belongs unto another} as when Perfon difpofes of a ...

Published: Tuesday 07 November 1752
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 808 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

The WORLD. By ADAM FITZ-ADAM. (HOUGH the following Letter came little out of Time for this Week’s Puh-1 ..

... we carry our Enquiries into the City, we find thofeVocations, where motlKnowledge is required, be mod productive of the Civilities Life. Thus the Merchant, who writes his Letters in French, is better bred Man than his Neighbour the Shopkeeper, who uuderllands ...

Published: Tuesday 12 June 1753
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2443 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

the AUTHO R, tfe. OBSERVING that you have admitted Pieces in Favour of now almoll expiring Chriftianity, and as I

... are of Principles at all in their Hearts? Whether they, who can think of being united in Civil Community with the Jews, have not great Kealon be afraid that they (hall be united with them in all their Plagues and Curies, or that God, who very often in his ...

Published: Tuesday 12 June 1753
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 998 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

Sunday Morning's Post

... was found by llor Buy, Servant to a Butcher who immediately went the Gentleman, and gave it him; He receiv'd it with great Civility, and abundance cj Thanks and feeling his Pocket, laid, he htd no Half-pence to reward him* and fo, generoufhy , gave the ...

Published: Tuesday 28 August 1753
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1917 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

remarkable SPEECH the Jew Bill , by the E. ol E. S R, BY the Motion now made for adjourning

... l imes have not depraved them lar think Religion and unit. unity Farce, tney wail view your Conduct in very odious Light. you in your right Scales, you cannot, tor your own Suites, as Members a civil Society* with that your Influence upon the Minds of ...

Published: Tuesday 20 November 1753
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Sunday Morning's Post

... 7it rces op Sutar, 73 Pure heens 1 Reg ...

Published: Tuesday 25 December 1753
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1492 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Sunday Morning's Post

... another, Jiiftice IhouM, in all Cafes, Place between them 4 bectule Juftice is.the Cement civil Societies, the Foundation of all Subordination,: the Band that unites Mailers and Servant** in Ihort, the Condition an which Nation* agree live in Peace with ...

Published: Tuesday 05 March 1754
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2244 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Sunday Morning’s Post

... Marriage ijs a Divine Inditutiop, and when performed according to the Laws of pod, not duTulvible any human Power, for any civil Purpoie, is a I ruth plainly laid down in the Stripfurcs, and trom thence eltablifh|d in the Condituliafce and of the Univcrlal ...

Published: Tuesday 26 March 1754
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Tuesday Morning's Post

... [two, has o-.- hliged/w jnftcad difoMiging two fin Thish is was to domily and might portibly|ccalion all that exit jfi of Civility\ received at the Mead the K—w bit Cavali, clde, which he jpHcicufy permitted attend birtP out of Town. il |j { I i I* \i ...

Published: Tuesday 04 June 1754
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 977 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

Sunday Morning's Post

... her f,nd all Europe new Proof of his Moderation, fince Virtue of the Treaty of Aix ha might reclaim the Kffiftanca of the United Provinces againtt Grcat-Britaia and all the Powers who dare her LON D O Jan. 29. From tbi Paris Gaze Me. Vtrfailles, Jan. ...

Published: Tuesday 03 February 1756
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1854 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none