Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine, November 1, 1799

Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine

November 01, 1799

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Issue date: Friday, November 1, 1799

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Publication name: Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1798 - 1810

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Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine (Newspaper) - November 1, 1799, London, Middlesex THE ANTIJACOBIN Review and Magazine Kc For Toutes les fciis quil sagit de la verite et de ne pas tromper le les miferables adverfaires ne doiveat pas etre VOLTA ORIGINAL I Reflections on the Principles and Injlitution of with Reference to Civil Society and especially that of this Kingdom occajioned by The JohnMilners Hiftdry of In Letters to The John Monk Reftor of By John Prebendary of Chancellot of the and one of his Majeftys Chaplains in Cadell and EVER fince our firft feceflion from the Church of Home in the reign of Henry a controverfy has been kept alive between the Catholics and ourfelves with more or lefs according to the different circumftances of the times but it has never been wholly Befide this ftrik of the length of its there ano ther that is hardly lefs of or lefs from other inftances of long in which tfie vanquifhed are in general moft diipofed again to rife in artrfe againft their in this the prevailing and fuperior party feem to have been the leaft difpofed to a cordial Firm and ftedfaft weare in our Proteftant we fhould deprecate the were it pofliblc S ;