Defoe’s Review 1704-13, Volume 9 by John McVeagh

By John McVeagh

Defoe's assessment performed an important function within the start of the trendy press. It used to be no longer a newspaper dealing in evidence yet a magazine of opinion and dialogue. This sequence is the 1st whole scholarly version of the whole run of Defoe's overview. it really is totally reset and supported by way of complete editorial gear.

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21 REVIEW Numb. 6. Tuesday, August 19. 1712. Such has been the General Opinion, of the infinite Superiority of the Confederate Troops, of the exquisite Conduct of their General, and such our Contemptible Notions of the French,that I do confess I was among those, who did not believe they could put themselves into such a Posture, as that Prince Ertgenewould not dare to attack them; much less could I believe that in the Teeth of Prince Ettgene,and a they would venture to attack D0121qy Hundred Thousand Men.

Livesstill, and carrieshis Pointat last, v:iz. How probable this is to be true, let any one Judge. But which is more Remarkable than all the rest and is indeed amazing, Pag. 13. his Words are these. - The PlagueThreatensto crossthe Elb aboutJULY,and efEurope. to decidethe Controversies And Pag. 10. he has these Words. - lfHamburgh escapesnot the Month ef May, Britain escapesnot this Year, and if both escapethis Year, let them take it for a Reprieve from Heaventill the mxt. There are many more Things in that little Contemptible Tract, which I cannot but recollect on the present occasion, and think it is well worth Observation; the Charge of the Book, I suppose, being but a Peny or Two pence, will hinder no-body from reading it; but I suppose most of my Readers to have seen it, and Mr.

Abo11tthis Time (that is At1g11sf)Let London, Edinburgh, and Yarmouth Enq11irenaTTowfy into someShips, who,in spightofQ11arantins, willset on S hoarseveralDiseasedPeople. Again,in the same Month, thus. - Severaldie ofviolentFeavours,yet thegreat Tenvr is notyet. Of the War, he has these Words for August exactly come to pass, pag. 12. fand to 11se herForce. Pag. 8. he says these Words, which are also exactly come to pass. -Abo11t this Seasonthe Plag11e spreadsitselfin Holstein, &c. beingbrottghtthither/Jythe DanHamburgh escapes yet.

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