Allgemeine encyclopädie der wissenschaften und knste in alphabetischer folge von genannten schrifts bearbeitet und herausgegeben von J. S. Ersch und J. G. Gruber ...

Johann Samuel Ersch
J. f. Gleditsch, 1846
 

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38 - Les substitutions sont prohibes. Toute disposition par laquelle le donataire, l'hritier institu, ou le lgataire, sera charg de conserver et de rendre un tiers, sera nulle, mme l'gard du donataire, de l'hritier institu, ou du lgataire.
104 - I will pray for your happy return, which I look at with a great cloud over my head, too heavy for my poor heart to bear without torment ; but I hope the great God of heaven will bless you.
231 - Majesty's reign, and is a matter of so great moment and consequence to the whole nation both in Church and State, that your petitioners cannot in prudence, honour, or conscience so far make themselves parties to it, as the distribution of it all over the nation, and the solemn publication of it once and again even in GOD'S house and in the time of His divine service must amount to in common and reasonable construction.
104 - Ely, her devoted friend, who was thought the fittest preparer of her mind to receive such a doleful accident, came to visit her ; but hearing she was at rest, he attended till she should awake of herself; which she did with the affrightment of a dream; ' her brother seeming to pass through a field with her in her coach, where hearing a sudden shout of the people, and asking the reason, it was answered to have been for joy that the Duke of Buckingham was sick.
33 - Sera valable, en cas de mort sans enfants, la disposition que le dfunt aura faite par acte entre-vifs ou testamentaire, au profit d'un ou plusieurs de ses frres ou surs, de tout ou partie des biens qui ne sont point rservs par la loi dans sa succession, avec la charge de rendre ces biens aux enfants ns et natre, au premier degr seulement, desdits frres ou surs donataires.
229 - ... and that, though he could not agree to the making a king as things stood, yet if he found one made, he would be more faithful to him, than those that made him could be according to their own principles.
228 - Majefty commanded the feal to be taken out of the bag, which his Lordfhip was obliged to fubmit unto, it not being in his power to hinder it ; and the King writ his name upon the top of the parchment, and then directed to have it fealed ; whereupon the perfon that ufually carried the purfe, affixed the feal to it.
230 - Nottingham, for his most noble defence of the Christian faith, contained in his Lordship's answer .to Mr. Whiston's Letter to him, concerning the eternity of the Son of God and the Holy Ghost; and that Dr.
379 - ... imprims. Il l'a faite avec application, s'tant attach pendant quatre campagnes suivre les leons d'un grand matre , le fameux Fischer, qui avait beaucoup d'amiti pour lui, et qu'il accompagnait dans ses expditions , toutes les fois qu'il le pouvait sans nuire au service de son rgiment. Cet homme extraordinaire, dcri par les gnraux qui l'ont fait mourir de chagrin, avait plus de talens et de plus grandes vues qu'eux.
121 - Je la ville eu grand' fraternit, et allrent loger tous ensemble en la Vinchelles , une petite lieue de leurs ennemis. Et le samedi ensuivant, environ dix heures du matin...