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A Letter To A Gentleman In The Country From His Friend In London

Auhtor: Anonymous

Language: english

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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, November 2009


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A Letter To A Gentleman In The Country From His Friend In London Giving An Authentick And Circumstantial Account Of The Confinement Behaviour And Attested By The Gentlemen Who Were Present by Anonymous. This title has fewer than 24 printed text pages. The Plotters is presented here in a high quality kindle edition. This popular classic work by Alexander Blade is in the English language. If you enjoy the works of Alexander Blade then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.

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... by a Gentleman of Oxford. Price one Shilling. II. A Collection of several Pamphlets very little known: Some suppressed Letters, and sundry ...
... names prefixed in the title-page, in order to give them the air of authenticity. For what end and purposes all these measures have been ...
... the 27th of January, when the Admiral was sent for on board the St. George to receive his sentence, he declared to some of his friends, that he expected ...
... sentence without guilt could be no stain that it was highly improbable such a sentence would be put in execution, considering the extraordinary circumstances ...
... the night. These centinels had orders to call aloud to each other, all is well, every five minutes throughout the night by which means, almost as ...
... which they imagined must follow. He calmly replied, I am glad you think so, because it makes you easy and happy but I think it is now become an ...
... come on board to him again, lest any immoderate grief in them should soften him. On Sunday morning captain Montague, having received a warrant ...
... politely helped his friends, and drank their healths but did not sit long at table. In the afternoon he frequently turned the conversation upon the ...
... frailties that what came under that denomination were not crimes cognisable here, or supposed to be so hereafter. He replied, I am conscious of no ...
... and you now think I say too much: perhaps I do so. Far from presuming to mean any reproof, answered the gentleman, I am all attention to what you ...
... desiring any thing himself, that could look like a favour but one of his relations waited upon Admiral Boscawen that evening, and represented ...
... be put into his coffin with his cloaths as he died: recollecting himself, he added, But hold-as these buttons are gold, my giving them to you may ...
... to his intention which being done in the manner he desired, he copied it himself, signed it, and desired three gentlemen present to witness ...
... the ships in Portsmouth-harbour, and at Spithead, were ordered to attend with their boats but lay a-breast upon their oars[3], without coming on ...
... going ashore in the day, on account of the prejudices of the people: but, on being assured that no such spirit was remaining among the people ...
... me, will be seen through.-I shall be considered, (as I now perceive myself) a victim, destined to divert the indignation and resentment ...
... his breast the second stooping, and close to the first the third line standing upright, were appointed a reserve, in case any life should remain ...
... to the family burying-place at South-Hill in Bedfordshire. Thus did this unfortunate but undaunted Gentleman, arrive at a place of rest, whose sentence ...
... fail to be the result and clearest demonstration of innocence, and a mind conscious of a proper discharge of its duty. I am, Sir, ...
... Pleasure and Pain is a philosophical pamphlet by Benjamin Franklin, published in London in 1725. It argues that an omnipotent, benevolent God is incompatible ...