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" ... we know, and are fure, that the profperity of His Majefty's dominions in former times has been, under Divine Providence, owing to the harmony which has for near a century prevailed uninterruptedly between the Crown and this Houfe. "
The parliamentary register; or, History of the proceedings and debates of ... - Page 271
by Parliament proc - 1784
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 46

English literature - 1784
...forbearance to any want of fincerity in our complaints, or diftruft in the juftice of our caufe. That we know, and are fure, that the profperity of his...century, prevailed uninterruptedly between the Crown and ihil Houfe : That we are convinced, th»t there is no way to extricate this country from its prelènt...
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The Gentleman's and London Magazine: Or Monthly Chronologer, 1741-1794

1741
...the jufticr of our caule. " That,we know, and are lure that the prolcrity 01 hi| Majefty's d 'minions in former times has been, under Divine Providence, owing to the harmony which ha» fur near a centuiy prevailed uninterruptedly between the crown and this houle. That we are convinced...
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The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and ..., Volume 7

Europe - 1784
...of his Ma|efty's dominions in former rimes has been, under Divine Providence, owing to the haiinony which has for near a century prevailed uninterruptedly between the Crown and this H-uSc. " T'lat we are convinced, that there is no way to extricate this country from its preicnt diificulties,...
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History of the Westminster Election ...

James Hartley (Ph. D.) - 1784 - 574 pages
...to any want of fincerity in our complaints, "»• or diftruft in the juftice of our caufe. '* That we know, and are fure, that the profperity of his...the harmony which has for near a century prevailed un'* interruptedly between the Crown and this Houfe : That we are *' convinced that there is no way...
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The Intrepid magazine, by W. Hamilton

William Hamilton (political writer.) - 1784
...profperity of your Majefty's dominions in former times has been, under Divine Providence, owing totlie harmony which has, for near a century, prevailed uninterruptedly between the Crown and this Houfe. We are convinced that there is no way to extricate this country from its prefent difficulties, but...
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Annual Register, Volume 27

History - 1800
...forbearance to any want of fmcerity in our complaints, or dif. truft in thejufticeof ourcaufe. " That we know, and are fure, that the profperity of his...in former times has been, under Divine Providence, •wing to the harmony which has for near a century prevailed uninterrupted between the crown and this...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...uncerity in our complaints, or diftruft in the jufticc of our ca ufe. " That we know, and are fare, that the profperity of his majefty's dominions in former times has been, under Divine Providence, •wing to the harmony which baa for near a century prevailed uninterrupted between the crown and this...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - Great Britain - 1815
...distrust in the justice of our cause : " That we know, and are sure, that the prosperity of hi> majesty's dominions in former times has been, under Divine Providence,...century prevailed uninterruptedly between the crown and tbiHouse: that we are convinced, that there is no way to extricate this country from its present difficulties,...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honorable William Pitt, Volume 1

George Pretyman - Statesmen - 1821
...distrust in the justice of our cause. — That we know, and are sure, that the prosperity of his majesty's dominions in former times, has been, under Divine...prevailed uninterruptedly between the crown and this house. — That we are convinced, that there is no way to extricate this country from its present difficulties,...
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