Scottish Mercury, April 15, 1691

Scottish Mercury

April 15, 1691

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Issue date: Sunday, April 15, 1691

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1641 - 1900

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Scottish Mercury (Newspaper) - April 15, 1691, London, Middlesex THE Farther Remarks about fhe Strength of loth natural and Rational to believe Lewis now at the Some Reflexions upon the Falls of Probable Conjectures what France is like to come April 15 He learned Plutarch that in the Life of his admirable That twas his upon a to pour a mighty and numerous Army into the at the very fame when his Difficulties were fuch it was not fo much as imagined he could appear with a A performance this that may be to the of his and a great that loved to move in an untrodden and go a Way which was always peculiar to it felf it could not bear to be chaind and to the more common and Methods of the little and To behold the Town of Mons with fach a Number by the French in fo and in fuch a has truck the World perhaps with no lefs than the of the fame Prince like Tor rent upon the linked Princes ina But his Actions have not yet entituled him to Character that may be given of that noble General i fince the with nothing elfe but his own and a fingle bore up sr a impetuous Current But can yet too boaft to be the Monarch of his Age and that has great many large extended Princes at his fole Com It mulb be that never were greater Generals that appeared in whole Flower of France wss fat a and did ready the Veterane by a Rencounters which was given by the of the Macedonian s of old private was fo as to for tha pub lick upon the Event and of Chat Siege a continual and under went the that tove made or And not but that the of to a very high Time wben perhaps to many tobe up iff the Fate of 6 It by one of the has been produced in this learned Grotius in Preface to the Rights of Pesce That none be by of fome For it that the of i the Caufe has a very great Efficacy to excite V and ftir up to We are that there never was a Siege on with a more hafty and precipitate Fury And we are as certain that for the Time there never was a Placo defended with a greater We are apt to think the jutted which can mult needs ado pted for the Darling and become the peculiar Care of a kind Heaven to fence about We be lieve it will rot barely be effectual to the bat be attended too withall the and glorious ic well de and is proportioned to And tis any little proud Li have been fo triumphing toan Ex may at and wheft the Ambition that the did may that wiH at abate the Thoughts of the of French in it and yet greater by the and table an uninterrupted Growth Its underwent many terrible the of contending in the laft though I not be as Wars t continual Tem the did it a and by of parts of thai Body Yet fure i the if ic could to a wonder through the Dangers the never the at argue Solidity well and the and internal the of But then as foon it thing wrought it I by its own Vi and like a recovered from the faint Fus of as quick ly made amends for all the Rubs and Stops an War and yet ac thinking part with regretting eGn cne The in his but well of the Roman has foms fine go of of the Roman by its of Empire ;