Memoirs of Sir Benjamin Rudyerd, Knt: Containing His Speeches and Poems; to which are Added the Letters of His Great-great-grandson Benjamin Rudyerd, Esq
T. & W. Boone, 1841 - 345 sider
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Side 15 - Oath. AS we confess that vain and rash swearing is forbidden Christian men by our Lord Jesus Christ, and James his Apostle; so we judge that Christian Religion doth not prohibit, but that a man may swear when the Magistrate requireth, in a cause of faith and charity, so it be done according to the Prophet's teaching, in justice, judgment, and truth.
Side 6 - NAVAL EVOLUTIONS; A MEMOIR. BY MAJOR-GENERAL SIR HOWARD DOUGLAS, BART. KSC &c. &c. Containing a Review and Refutation of the principal Essays and Arguments advocating Mr. Clerk's Claims, in relation to the Manoeuvre of the 12th of April, 1782 ; and vindicating, by tactical Demonstration, and numerous authentic Documents, the professional skill of the British Officers chiefly concerned on that memorable occasion. With plates, 1 vol.
Side 174 - The words of the wicked are to lie in wait for blood: but the mouth of the upright shall deliver them 7 The wicked are overthrown, and are not: but the house of the righteous shall stand.
Side 205 - I confidently believe him to be the most dangerous minister, the most insupportable to free subjects, that can be charactered. I believe his practices in themselves as high, as tyrannical as any subject ever ventured on, and the malignity of them hugely aggravated by those rare abilities of his, whereof God hath given him the use, but the devil the application.
Side 244 - ... a ground for the house to proceed upon for the settlement of the peace of the kingdom...
Side 8 - TRACTS ON VAULTS AND BRIDGES; CONTAINING OBSERVATIONS ON THE VARIOUS FORMS OF VAULTS, ON THE TAKING DOWN AND REBUILDING LONDON BRIDGE; And ON THE PRINCIPLES OF ARCHES: Illustrated by extensive Tables of Bridges. Also, containing the PRINCIPLES OF...
Side 4 - If Admiral Napier be not distinguished by the common-place facilities of authorship, he possesses the higher qualities of truth, discretion, and clear-sightedness, in no slight degree.
Side 201 - Your majesty having tried all ways, and being refused, you shall be acquitted before God and man. And you have an army in Ireland that you may employ to reduce this kingdom to obedience ; for I am confident the Scots cannot hold out five months.