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

By John McVeagh

Defoe's assessment performed an important function within the delivery of the fashionable press. It was once no longer a newspaper dealing in proof yet a magazine of opinion and dialogue. This sequence is the 1st whole scholarly variation of the whole run of Defoe's assessment. it really is totally reset and supported via complete editorial equipment.

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By John McVeagh

Defoe's assessment performed an important function within the delivery of the fashionable press. It was once no longer a newspaper dealing in proof yet a magazine of opinion and dialogue. This sequence is the 1st whole scholarly variation of the whole run of Defoe's assessment. it really is totally reset and supported via complete editorial equipment.

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3 half pence. 1 their late Memorial:The Memorial published in the Daify Co11ra11t, 7 April 1712 states: If your Majesty would be pleas' d to look with a favourable and equitable Eye upon our Conduct, we flatter ourselves, and have a firm Confidence, that you will find nothing in it which can give you such disadvantageous Ideas and Thoughts of us; but, that you will rathet find, that we have performed, and do still perform all that we owe, as good and faithful Allies; and particularly to your Majesty.

7. Why the Earl of Albemarleas above, had not notice enough of the French marching, to have made an orderly Retreat to Marchietmes,and why he did not retreat in time, rather than to sacrifize Thirteen Thousand Men, and expose the Posts that lay behind him - Whereas, if he had retreated, he might have made a stand at the S ca,pe, till the Magazine had been removed to Lisle or Dowqy? Why all these Mistakes, and many more were committed, let those that were concern' d answer: But to me it is plain, That had any General but Prince E1tge11e committed all those Blunders, He would have been judg' d unfit ever 11 Review,Val [IX].

Ses, and ... strongImpressions-. On Defoe's belief in the idea that 'everyone feels impulses and apprehensions that seem to come from outside', see Maximilian Novak, DanielDefoe,pp. 664-7. Defoe was to deal with the subject at length in his Essqy 011theHistoryand RealityofApparitions(1727). 16 REVIEW Numb. 5. 1712. Never was a War in the World, in which the Blood of Men was spilt to less purpose - What are the Frenchnow doing? They are Attacking D01vqy,says the News, and pouring in their Men upon the Fire of a Hundred Guns, running the poor Wret~hes upon Death and visible Destruction, and what is this for?

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