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The longevity among monarchs of the present day is indeed gratifying when one reads of the brief lives of these old reigners, for it surely demonstrates that royalty, when not carried to excess, is rather conducive to health than otherwise.
But the wisdom of the law concerning the naturalizing of fo - reigners is a little dubious, because it forbids the freedom of the city to be granted to any but such as are for ever exiled frtnn thcit
In attempting to spread our flag over fo - reigners, its distinctive character has been lost to our own citizens,
It did not proceed, as it might in India, from any religious scruple, against eating with profane fo - reigners.
An authentic account of an embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China : including cursory observations made, and information obtained in travelling through that ancient empire, and a small part of Chinese Tartary ; together with a relation of the voyage undertaken on the occasion of His Majesty's ship the Lion, and the ship Hindostan, in the East India company's service, to the Yellow Sea and Gulf of Pekin, as well as of their return to Europe ; taken chiefly from the papers of His Excellency the Earl of Macartney, Sir Erasmus Gower, and of other gentlemen in the several departments of the embassy
The trade and dominion of Venice pervaded the coaft of the Adriatic, and the hofpiiable republic opened her bofom to fo - reigners of every climate and religion.
The Moors, weary of the arbitrary government of thefe Arab fo - reigners, willingly followed the ftandard of
The present state of the empire of Morocco. Its animals, products, climate, soil, cities, ports, provinces, coins, weights, and measures. With the language, religion, laws, manners, customs, and character, of the Moors; the history of the dynasties since Edris; the naval force and commerce of Morocco; and the character, conduct, and views, political and commercial, of the reigning emperor
He could not tranfp'jrt his Vlen without great charge, and muJt fufFer the delays and dangers of the Winds and Seas; He muft exhiuft his own Kingdom's money to maintain his Troops abroad znd to be fpent amongft Foreigners for the provifions of his Army; he muft exped to lofe many of our Engliflmen by the fudden change of Climjtte, Air and Diet, and the Ignorance of providing for themfelves amongftfo - reigners.
An Impartial enquiry into the causes of the present fears and dangers of the government : being a discourse between a Lord Lieutenant and one of his deputies summoned to hold a lieutenancy for raising the militia
God, the King and Father of all, and many gods, the sons of God, co-reigners together with God_ "(Diss.i. p. 450).