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life and death of Old Father Janus, the vile author of the late wicked Courant
by Printed and sold by J. Franklin in Union-Street in Boston
|Series||Photostat Americana ;, 2nd ser., no. 139.|
|Contributions||Franklin, James, 1697-1735, printer., Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PS700.A1 L47 1726a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7,  p. ;|
|LC Control Number||42011757|
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The life and death of Old Father Janus, the vile author of the late wicked Courant: a satyr. The life and death of Old Father Janus, the vile author of the late wicked Courant.: a satyr. The life and death of Old Father Janus, the vile author of the late wicked Courant. A satyr. Franklin, James, Boston:: Printed and sold by J.
Franklin in. The life and death of Old Father Janus, the vile author of the late wicked Courant A satyr. Boston: Printed and sold by J. Franklin in Union-Street. OCLC Parents: Josiah Franklin (father), Abiah Folger (mother).
The life and death of Old Father Janus, the vile author of the late wicked Courant. A satyr. By James Franklin.
Abstract. 7,  p.: ill. ; (8vo)A mock epitaph of the New-England courant (which ceased in ), by its erstwhile n ively attributed to James Franklin by Shipton and t from Author: James Franklin.
The life and death of Old Father Janus, the vile author of the late wicked Courant A satyr. Boston: Printed and sold by J. Franklin in Union-Street. OCLC James Franklin (February 4, in Boston – February 4, in Newport, Rhode Island) was an American colonial author, printer, newspaper publisher, and almanac publisher.
James published the New England Courant, one of the oldest and the first truly independent American newspaper. James Franklin (February 4, in Boston – February 4, in Newport, Rhode Island) was an American colonial author, printer, newspaper publisher, and almanac publisher.
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The subject of the following narrative lived and died in a town in the eastern part of Connecticut. We are well acquainted with the writer, and can assure our readers that the account here given is true.
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Death of a relationship with God and with others. God can not make people choose life/love and neither can we.
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The Third Book deals with the alleged or seeming discrepancy between the Expedient and the Right. Jesus, Christ was the Author of the Old Covenant, the current author of the New Covenant and Melchizedek “King of Jerusalem” and “Priest of the Most High” (ref GenPsHeb 7).
Jesus is the Word made Flesh; He refers to Spiritual Jerusalem as being in Heaven (Gal ) and physical Jerusalem as “Spiritually, Sodom and Egypt.
And I cannot but Advise the Supporters of this Courant to consider the Consequences of being Partakers in other Mens Sins, and no more Coun tenance such a Wicked Paper. Boston Gazette, Janu /2; reprinted in Joseph T.
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Stendhal was continually lamenting his want of ability to write. According to him, a perusal of the Code Civil, before composition, was the best way he had found of grooming his may well have something to do with the opinion, handed on from one history of French literature to another, that Stendhal, like Balzac—it is usually put in these very words—had no style.Richmond, Va., January 30th, Only within the last two years have I had the opportunity to cultivate an intimate personal acquaintance with Rev.
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