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Defoe’s Review 1704-13, Volume 9 by John McVeagh

By John McVeagh

Defoe's overview performed an important position within the delivery of the fashionable press. It was once now not a newspaper dealing in proof yet a magazine of opinion and dialogue. This sequence is the 1st entire scholarly variation of the total run of Defoe's evaluation. it truly is totally reset and supported via complete editorial gear.

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And in general, what Clashing of Interests are to be found just now, among all the People of this Age! How are the Blessings of Charity, good Neighbourhood, Natural Affections, Civility, good Manners, and in short, every Temper necessary to maintain Peace, and Prosperity among a Society of People sunk and gone from among us! All Society is Corrupted, Conversation Universally Tainted with publick Strife, mutual Civilities are Measured by the Opinion of the several Parties in State Affairs; Morallity is taught Politicks, Philosophy is turn'd into Systems of Government, even Divinity is Measur'd by Obedience to Parties, and as the Scripture says6 of some Wicked Men, That God is not in all theirTho11ghts, it may be justly said of our People, God is not at all in theirTho11ghts.

Or on the other Hand, what glorious Work of Subjecting him by immediate Judgments, Heaven may have reserv'd him for; OR, whether the Churches of God shall not yet be Erected there, and that Power so eminently raised, be turned at once to act in Defence of that ProtestantInterestwe fear' d it should pull down; but take it any of these 011Earth Inte,posetopreventtheJJJ? Ways, Can all thePoJJJer How do you know what Scourge Heaven may have determin' d for these Nations, by the Pretender,and whether, in Judgment, we may not be deny'd till our Carkasses having fallen in the Wilthe Blessing of a ProtestantS11ccessor, derness of our own Rebellion, it may be reserved for our Posterity to do that Work Heaven has not thought fit to trust us with, who have so ill improv' d oneRevol11tion already?

Let any one take the Maps, and look on the Situation of the Country; the Prince had taken Q11esnqy, so far he was safe, because his Army reach' d from Valenciennes,and Ma11thence almost to the Scheid;but now there was Co11de, be1tgeon one Side, Cambrqyand A1Tas on the other Side, which lay like two Walls behind him; he passes through between both these Walls and sits down before La11drery beyond them - Having no way to receive. his Provisions, but to Denain, passing the S cheldthere, and so between those from Marchie11nes TWO WAILS forward to the Army.

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