Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine, August 1, 1798

Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine

August 01, 1798

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Issue date: Wednesday, August 1, 1798

Pages available: 121

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Publication name: Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 17,913

Years available: 1798 - 1810

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Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine (Newspaper) - August 1, 1798, London, Middlesex THE ANTIJACOBIN Review and Magazine j FOIl MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRIGINAL t Conjtderations the State of Public Affairs in the Tear 1798 and on he domefttc State and general Policy of Great Part the Price main object of the publication before us is to con fider tjie domeftic ftate and general policy of Great Bri But the before he enters into the propofed thinks proper to take and tp review the ground he has already tc Before I launch into the career which I have and while I prepare for that important tafe to which I have devoted the of my it may not be altogether improper if I paufe for ment to colleft and throw my eyes back over tip which I have to the point from which I How he can throw his eyes back over thefpace through which he has before he has launched into his exceeds our power of and we fhaU therefore leave the folution of this to But previous toevery and preliminary to every he calls the public piety and gratitude to for the deliverance we have expe jienced from the great and imminent dangers to which we i L vvete ;