Historical Register

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Containing an impartial relation of all transactions, foreign and domestick: with a Chronological diary of all the remarkable occurrences, viz. births, marriages, deaths, removals, promotions, etc. that happened throughout the year: together with the characters and parentage of persons deceased on the eminent rank ...
 

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Page 107 - Sicily, as the conditions of an alliance made for prefcrving the public peace between the faid contracting powers) hath been communicated to the high and mighty Lords the States General of the United Netherlands : and...
Page 70 - The Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council, Of the City of London...
Page 54 - Spain ; and that the conduct of his majefty and his minifters was intirely agreeable to the law of nations, and the rules of juftice and equity. Was it juft, added he, in the king of Spain to attack the emperor's dominions (Sardinia) while he was engaged in a war with the Turks, without any declaration of war ? Was it juft in the fame prince to invade the dominions of one of our allies, the king of Sicily, without the leaft provocation ? And was it not juft in his majefty to vindicate the faith of...
Page 297 - King went to the houfe of Peers; and the Commons being fent for up, and attending, his Majefty gave the royal aflent to, An aft for granting to bis Majefty the fum of 500,000 1.
Page 65 - Corporations, or having accepted any office, civil or military, or any place of trust under the Crown, to receive the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper according to the Rites of the Church of England.
Page 75 - King George the First, intituled, " An act for making more effectual the laws appointing the oaths for security of the Government, to be taken by ministers and preachers in churches in Scotland...
Page 133 - Lord Townshend, the leader of the Whigs in opposition, and Lord Nottingham, who guided a small section of the Tories, both declared that they were not against limiting the Peerage, but only against the doing it in a manner which, in their opinion, was unjust; and in fact, it may be observed, that the...
Page 136 - ... ten of the clock in the forenoon and two of the clock in the. afternoon...
Page 391 - King came to the Houfe of Peers, with the ufual State and Solemnity ; and the Commons being...
Page 395 - Satisfaction, that we fee the prcfent happy Union between your Majefty and the other great Proteftant Powers, which does fo vifibly tend to the Security of our Holy Religion : And we defire to exprefs the deep Senfe which we have of your Majefty's feafonable Interpofition for the poor perfecuted Proteftants Abroad : And we humbly befeech your Majefty, that you wou'd be pleafed to continue your powerful Protection and Offices in Favour of them.

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