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Man In The Moon (Newspaper) - September 12, 1690, London, Middlesex REFORMAT VS I OR t H E NEW on the Kings On iff The faf at Conferences of W French lays out his Gold in Example How wifely M odd tf it in one Septembers ITs a whether His Journey to Ireland fome Months or his Return to Eng land at has been beft tirad The happy Conferences of the already feen and the of the with the Events oar Allies abroad expect from a very little time will That mighty and active chat ani mates the whole has been 1 cm gc enough of its Sphere of A tis now its full vigour and the principal Seat of the whole Machine may run the that never was there a Prince in is and more the foreign Princes and States now in than His is at this very This every one of them acknowledges the only means to invigorate and nnite their common for the Safety of Europe And tis to His Ad vice and that ail Princes and Scares have their at this as the Romans of old in their ties to their Tis equally hard to whether His Ma in at the ID his decamping before has of a In the one he gave inimitable proofs of his Courage and Bravery and to it alone we owd the Victory Bnt in before when three of the Four Elements to the utter undoing of his if he yeta nobler proof of a cos and or never to be found in Company with a i In this he has imitated who more upon the Title of the Father of his than all the his Admirers upon was heard often to He had rather fave one of his than cur 4 of htr one of in Ad vice to his who wasto him in the King dom of tells Tis one of the true ft Poli ticks of or a to know the critick mo went wherein tis ft to abandon an Enterprise For ivant of which on the one adds Philip ihc great ft Misfortunes fallen themas on the ir has produced in the the great eft and Thereafter he a tis to a of this is one j Native and Things not db fa render the Attempt either tie ii or abb to the i it One would by f meant this to of his Enemy lather than to Philip For it J the of Heaven j the nature of the Jad the Tear ail of them our that the Enter upon either if atall not capable to cer tara and lofles that ded It was ever an Maxim in That tis at great a piece of to know tft from M when to ail And equally fall of the fatal Conferences attending ad Error in Tis that in all the Actions of there is none wherein a General has to hew moid of his than in of to whether to continue or a ma ny is the Touch of his in War and How many could I from the and Roman of continuing a Siege too fin to th contrary i one in the preceding which the lofs to French of the of MiBan to the French and of his Liberty to a french having forced his into iii or recover his preceded Right to the Duchy pf he caraVat tci lay Siege to the of with a very brave anti Ar At the Enter prize very rable But a Fittle partly the feel the River partly by rhe and partly the the Army be gan to and the bopes of taking the Town every day grew of which ought in to tare to the Siege of
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