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Jite broth « f in 3 very place ,, is busily employed in Revising the means to counteract every effort of wisdom and virtue . May ^ God send wisdom td the Vulers of the earth , and may the ministers of the gospel of peace endeavour to Soothe the rtun < Js of the contending , partie *? , and induce them to consult each
other ' s Iiappiriess and trtte j ^ lory . France is now the prominent feature in Europe . Its sovereign is busily employed in every work that can encourage his subjects in useful arts . The country is reviving from its wounds . It is ~ reconciled-to ^ c very deprivation of foreign luxury , and enters neartijy into the spirijt of the decrees By which every thing English is prohibited from entering into
its pom , except as or as prisoners of war . Wcktpow not what has been the effect of the emperor ' s la | : e journey to Italy ; but there , is reason to be apprehensive , that a scheme will soqii be developed , which wilj place all Greece under his influence . JlteHJtria And Rossi 0 $ i U ira * p on the st < JeW the
Danube , , 9 * 15 } both pewers are as heartily on the side qfthe great conqueror , as the ^ fprtnci-ly were witji England . TTIieTwfeish empire is in great confusion . It presents every where the appearance of a speedy dissolution ; ajjd
the Mahometan , like the Popish * B |> cj > stition , bears evident marks of decay . We have not sufficient inteUigenqe from Arabia , to know the state' of a great se ^ rt th ere , * vfoich has attacked ^ fie Mahometan £ 4 ftfe . It fs supposed to spread Very & * t , but m ruining ipe belief in the impostor , H ' jpcm not erect the irutn 4 $ ftu two
p m . *« $# ? 4 $ tgge horribl p superstitions , PpjtGry aijdJMa-Jiomet ^ is ^ \ vhi > h ^ r ^ se BCMfly at ipc « ame time , are l } k <\ y &Jbc ? awe tiijie to come to 4 cpncltas ^ pn- So |; hi , h ^ ve rejejp ^ d 0 e : W ^| ft kK" ' g& Gpq for the t ^ fR ^ pns of fii || , TM fopim qt * & * up 9 faj ^ e 6 bje 4 jt of WO !> hjn , }| p 4 cr ^ e allies pt S Tj jfeiij 9 M ' -M ^ mF O d ; vn # fi ^ tit | o ^« ^| te C . ^ lwpf pweryiajg thi w ^ ai fr ^ % c ;^ d ,
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rhey augfht , tliat these ec ^ lcsJatkal dominions are soon tobe abolished . As Europe , with the ejec ^ fwion ^ of Sweden , bends und *; r the French yofc # &r die French f influence , we m& < t w ^ It " so « ne time before we see the full e $ jfects of such a change . A mpst extraordinary scene ha ^ presented itself . The Govern
nient of Portugal has transplanted itself to the Brazils . It possesses these ex ten-¦ sive territories , ana may found amighty empire . We should hope , that the experience of the past will teach it true wisdom ; and that it will now encourage a liberal spirit of inquiry , promote arts , and banish bigotry , intolerance * aad
superstition . This "will be a singular instance in the history of mankind , if the empire is to be established , of * cabinet improving by adversity ? There is every reason to believe , that Spanish America will soon be freechlrom the Spankh yoke : and the new world w ill present new scenes of politics &nd civilization . Hajppy , If it reject ^ soipe of the arts of the old , world particularly ih ^ t attachment to wa ' r , that beastly gra ( - tification in the s ^ rts of destruction , ' by which the European has for the latt
century been particularly distinguished . In tjie northern states ^ agriculture and ctvili ^ atiou 4 re extending- their conquests : and we are $ 091 * to see the novel sight of a chief being elected by the people , as the present picsident h * s si ] ErnifieUjh ) s determination to decline in future the he
important trust , ..- ^ lkb which feas for some time been invested . : Of Jtjirc far # &A& ^ art of the v ? 6 iM . we im # ay , n 0 thih £ . Myriad ^ d 6 not enter into our congests . JtiTyriadi a ^ c removed from the clash o ^ ^ Chr ^ tlan swords ; ^ nd w ^ a « e . sorjty" to ^ ay , ^ re carried , aSv <* y by ilie j | rosieit ^ upcritition .. 3 ut l > ow can we " e ^ jp ^ ct the ct > p ~ version gf the J ^ atcr , \| % fi ph ^ l ^ tialfi » tfieiRselvcii m ep base an exaftipje , ^ d even the efforts made by « cfme lealbus
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Jan. 2, 1808, page 49, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2388/page/49/