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Σελίδα 82 - It will no doubt be a mighty comfort to our grand-children, when they see a few rags hung up in Westminster Hall which cost a hundred millions, whereof they are paying the arrears, to boast as beggars do that their grandfathers were rich and great.
Σελίδα 60 - So that whether this War were prudently begun or not, it is plain, that the true Spring or Motive of it, was the aggrandizing a particular Family; and in short, a War of the General and the Ministry, and not of the Prince or People; since those very Persons were against it when they knew the Power, and consequently the Profit, would be in other Hands.