с 218 rank to rank, and exhorted the Moors to fight valiantly in defence of their religion and their country. The battle commenced, and the king's right wing was pushed by the Portugueze troops. When the dying monarch saw his troops in disorder, and flying before the enemy, he leaped out of the litter, and endeavoured, though in the embrace of death, to re-aminate them. His officers endeavoured in vain to restrain him; sword in hand he moved through his flying troops, who, encouraged by the example of their prince, returned to the charge, repulsed the enemy and regained their honour. The king had no sooner performed this heroic deed than he fainted in the arms of his generals, and was conveyed back in his litter to the camp, where he expired shortly after. 91, Sir Isaac Newton.
- Isaac Newton, one of the greatest philo