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" Majefty's royal wifdom, that no Adminiftration, however legally appointed, can ferve His Majefty and the public with effect which does not enjoy the confidence of this Houfe : — that in His Majefty's prefent Adminiftration we cannot confide-; the circumftances... "
The parliamentary register; or, History of the proceedings and debates of ... - Page 269
by Parliament proc - 1784
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 46

English literature - 1784
...ft.ite, fncii perfons as to-his Müjefly's wifdom íhrill fecm meet ; but at the fame time that we mull, with all humility, again fubmit to his Majefty's royal...confidence of this Houfe : That in his Majefty's prefent admiuiftrafion we cannot confide: the circumitnnce under whichit wasconftituted, and the grounds upon...
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The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1784
...Majeily's undoubted, prerogative of appointing to the executive offices of State fuch perfons as to His Majefty's wifdom fhall feem meet : but, at the...humility, again fubmit to His Majefty's royal wifdom, thai. no Adminiftration, however legally appointed, can ferve His Majefty and the public with effect...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 54

Early English newspapers - 1784
...Mijefiy's royal wiulom. that no Adtniniltration, hoĞ, ever legally appointed, can ferve his Majeily and the public with effect, which does not enjoy the confidence of this Houfe : That in hit Majrfty's prefent Adminiifranon we cannut con6de) the circamfraiicc under which it was conftiiuted,...
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The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer, Volumes 2-3

English essays - 1784
...his Majefty's royal wiSdom, that no adminifltation, however legally appointed, cjn Serve his Majelly and the public with effect, which does not enjoy the confidence of this Houfc : that in his Majclly's prefent adminiltration we .cannot confide; the circumftanccs under which...
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History of the Westminster Election ...

James Hartley (Ph. D.) - 1784 - 574 pages
...executive offices of State fuch " perfons as to his Majefty's wifdom may feem meet ; but at the r" lame time that we muft, with all humility, again fubmit to his '* Majefty's Royal wifdem, that no Adminiftration, however legally .*' appointed, can ferve his Majefty and the public...
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Annual Register, Volume 27

Edmund Burke - History - 1787
...prerogative of appointing to the executive offices of ftate fuch perr fons as to his Majefty's wiidom fhalj feem meet. But at the fame time that we muft with...appointed, can ferve his Majefty and the public with efleft, which does not enjoy the confidence of this houfe. . " That in his Majefty's prefent adminiftration...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...prerogative of appointing to the executive offices of ftate fuch perfons as to his majefty's wifdom ihall feem meet : but, at the fame time, that we muft, with all humility, again fubmit to his nw jetty's royal wifdom, thatnoadminiftration, however legally appoint-1 cd, can ferve his majefty...
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Memoir of Her Majesty Sophia Charlotte, of Mecklenburg Strelitz, Queen of ...

William Marshall Craig - 1818 - 568 pages
...His Majesty's Royal wisdom, that no Administration, however legally appointed, can serve His Majesty and the Public with effect, which does not enjoy the confidence of* this House. That in His Majesty's present Administration we cannot confide : the circumstances under which...
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Memoirs of the life of the Right Honorable William Pitt, Volume 1

Sir George Pretyman Tomline (Bart.), George Pretyman - 1821
...his majesty's royal wisdom, that no administration, however legally appointed, can serve his majesty, and the public, with effect, which does not enjoy the confidence of this house. — That in his majesty's present administration we cannot confide ; the circumstances under...
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the fox-north clalition

...His Majesty's royal wisdom that no administration, however legally appointed, can serve His Majesty and the public with effect, which does not enjoy the confidence of this House; that in His Majesty's present administration we cannot confide; the circumstances under which...
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