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The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History ..., Volum 60
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PÓgina 58 - IMMEDIATELY after the adjournment of Congress, at their last session in Philadelphia, I gave directions, in compliance with the laws, for the removal of the public offices, records, and property. These directions have been executed, and the public officers have since resided and conducted the ordinary business of the government in this place. I congratulate the people of the United States on the assembling of Congress at the permanent seat of their government, and I congratulate you...
PÓgina 381 - When we see a stroke aimed and just ready to fall upon the leg or arm of another person, we naturally shrink and draw back our own leg or our own arm; and when it does fall, we feel it in some measure, and are hurt by it as well as the sufferer.
PÓgina 362 - Our communication with the fleet is at prefent kept up by means of the lake of Aboukir. We have been fortunate enough to find water fufficient for the fupply of the army; and we begin to derive fome fupplies from the country.
PÓgina 58 - ... Immediately after the adjournment of Congress at their last session in Philadelphia I gave directions, in compliance with the laws, for the removal of the public offices, records, and property. These directions have been executed, and the public officers have since resided and conducted the ordinary business of the Government in this place.
PÓgina 713 - ... of the produce, growth, or manufacture of the countries at war, which should have been acquired by the subjects of the neutral power, and should be transported for their account...
PÓgina 506 - Tahir Pacha, to render every assistance in our power. The combined forces, under Major General Hutchinson and the Captain Pacha, are about five hours distance in the Delta, but are expected here in a day or two. I received a letter from the general this morning, who informs me he has taken a convoy of five hundred and fifty camels, and six hundred French prisoners.
PÓgina 519 - Members, who, with a mean and narrow fpirit, reproached this country with difaffeftion to Government, and inculcated the danger of allowing the ufe of arms to thofe who had recently employed them in rebellion. It was no wonder that afperfions of this nature called forth the moft animated, noble and fpirited defence of their country's honour from feveral of the...
PÓgina 576 - Medusa at half-past eleven o'clock last night, in the best possible order, and before one o'clock this morning the firing began, and I had, from the judgment of the officers and the zeal and gallantry of every man, the most perfect. confidence of complete success.
PÓgina 646 - We mean to erect batteries in the course of twenty-four hours ; it cannot hold out long, as it is a very weak place ; but it covers a bridge of communication which the French have over the Nile, and it is therefore essential to us to have it in our possession.