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Better seaman, than a politician.

Of the D- of L-s.

Y the great number of employments his D G- is burthened with, and the few complaints we ever heard of him, it should seem to indicate that he is an able, wise, and good man,

Of the D- of M-h..

T F his G- inherits his noble father's vir

tues, and it is said he does, it must prove la fortunate circumstance, to those who live with hiin, and around him.

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Of the D- of St. Ami

W HATEVER be the private character

of this very unfortunate nobleman ; it is a national reproach, and an high reflection in particular on the nobility of this nation, to suffer a man of his birth and rank, to live within the walls of a goal, and even there, to want the common necessaries of life! under the eyes too, of a nation, who ought not to see, with what indifference we behold the calamities and sufferings of one of the first peers of our realm. It is to be lamented, that those English people of rank and fortune, who contributed fo largely to assist the maimed, and wounded at Paris, in the place du Roy, did not consider, how much more laudable it would have been; to have left the French nobility and gentry, to assist their own countrymen; and ours, to have turned their eyes, and hearts, towards Bruffels. Many people give charity, who would blush, to have their motives for so doing known!

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Of the D— of P

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is so young, and so warmly in party Matters; that it is hard ; other Judgment of him ; than .cans well, and has Abilities to act

Of the D- of C-s. AN affable, polite, good natured difpofi. ** tion; peculiarly distinguishes this Nobleman, and if these are marks of good sense ; his G- has it ; and makes the best use of it. .

Of the D- of B

r.

HIS G- has raised a noble monument

to his fame! which ought to record it; while the waters continue to pass, even beIWEEN the mountains.

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Of the D- of R

HIS G- is the father of the most noble

the M- of G-y.

Of the D- of A--r.

H E ought to be very popular at this here

time, for he long since, conceived a great dislike to the military gentlemen. :

Of the D— of K

A N accomplished nobleman, remarkable for

his constancy.

Of the D- of K

HER G- does, and always did things;

comme il faut. Particularly, her excur. · fon to the continent about the time, of the

Late Peace.

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Of the D— 'of P

d.

H IS G- is so young, and so warmly

engaged in party Matters; that it is hard to form any other Judgment of him ; than that he means well, and has Abilities to act right.

Of the D- of C-s.

AN affable, polite, good natured difpofi. ** tion; peculiarly distinguishes this Nobleman, and if these are marks of good sense ; his G- has it ; and makes the best use of it. .

Of the D- of B

r.

HIS G- has raised a noble monument

to his fame! which ought to record it ; while the waters continue to pass, even beIween the mountains.

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