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Reflections upon the memorial from his Most Christian Majesty

Reflections upon the memorial from his Most Christian Majesty

presented by the Count de Briord, his ambassador extraordinary to the States-general of the United Provinces at the Hague, December 4. 1700 : containing his reasons for accepting the late King of Spain"s will, in favour of the Duke of Anjou : in a letter from a friend, to Mr. J.C. Merchant in London.

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Philip -- V, -- King of Spain, -- 1683-1746,
  • Philip -- IV, -- King of Spain, -- 1605-1665,
  • Kings and rulers.,
  • Alliances.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 927:7.
    ContributionsBriord, Gabriel de, d. 1703.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[4], 12 p.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16701384M

    The Two great Designs, which he is now so intent upon, for the Good of that Church, (not to mention here what a Patron, or rather a Founder, he has been to it, in most of the other Provinces now named) are the Erecting of a College in Virginia, or rather an University; for which he has obtain'd a Charter from his Majesty, with a Noble Endowment. FREE SHIPPING On orders over $50 (online only) Continental US Only. Free standard shipping in the Continental US only. Free shipping not available for orders that include new materials, Patch the Pirate Club materials, hymnals, orchestrations, or choral materials.

    Some Reflections Upon Marriage, Occasion’d by the Duke & Duchess of Mazarine’s Case; which is also consider’d. () Some Reflections Upon Marriage is one of Astell’s most famous feminist texts, and the preface to its third edition contains some of her most memorable and quotable prose. This book discusses the difficulties of Hortense. with his holy ones, and his care is with his elect. The word of the Lord. 3. A reading from the book of Wisdom (Wis 4, ) The just man, though he die early, shall be at rest. For the age that is honorable comes not with the passing of time, nor can it be measured in terms of years. Rather, understanding is the hoary crown for men, and an.

    A consciousness of our powerlessness should cast us upon Him who has all power. Here then is where a vision and view of God's Sovereignty helps, for it reveals His sufficiency and shows us our insufficiency. 2. GOD'S SOVEREIGNTY AND CHRISTIAN SERVICE.   Majesty isn’t a word we use often in today’s world, but it perfectly describes Jesus. It means “regal, lofty, soverign, royal.” That all describes Jesus! The writers of the Bible and other Christians throughout history have written about the majesty of Jesus.


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