of his experience:—
The present crisis may be wrought into the great-
1780. Jan. est blessing of peace, liberty, and happiness, which the world hath ever yet expequence, either to the right or the fact.
The independence of
Chap. X.} 1780. Jan. America is fixed as fate.
The government of the new empire of America is liabthe mind.
The acquirement of information gives the mind thus
Chap. X.} 1780. Jan. exercised a turn of inquiry and investigation, which forms a character peculiar ndicrafts, the new world hath been led to many improvements of
Chap. X.} 1780. Jan. implements, tools, and machines, leading experience by the hand to many a new inpe.
Unless the great potentates of Europe can station cherubim
Chap. X.} 1780 Jan. at every avenue with a flaming sword that turns every way, to prevent man's quit or danger.
So prophesied Pownall to the English world and to Europe in the first month of 1780.
Since the issue of the war is to proceed in a great part from th