The General Magazine of Arts and Sciences: Philosophical, Philological, Mathematical, and Mechanical

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Page 29 - Minerva a medallion of the hero, supports it, whilst exhibited to public view. The medallion is accompanied with a globe, and various honorary crowns, as due to valour. Behind the...
Page 30 - On that fam'd day when France combin'd with Spain, Strove for the wide dominion of the main ; Yet, Cornwall, all, with grateful voice, agree To pay the tribute of applause to thee : When his bold chief, in thickest fight...
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Page 17 - Sciences which they have cultivated, will hardly bear with the Confufion and Diforder of other Sciences but endeavour as far as he can to reform them.
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Page 189 - Blanchard of the New Hampshire regiment, commanding officer there. I acquainted him with my intelligence, and directed him to withdraw all the troops there within the works thrown up. About half an hour, or near an hour after this, I got two Indians and two soldiers to go on foot with another letter to the same purpose. About...
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