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" But although it might be inconvenient for such persons to attend such assembly for the term of seven years, they might be able to give their attendance for one, or even for three years, without any danger or inconvenience to their commercial concerns.... "
The Parlimentary Register - Page 74
by J. Debrett - 1791
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The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and ..., Volume 21

Europe - 1791
...for three years, without any danger or inconvenience to their commercial concerns, By a feptennial bill, the country of Canada might be deprived of many of the few reprtfentatives that were allowed by the bill, if it mould be faid, that v this objection applied to...
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History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1791
...for three years, without any danger or inconvenience to their commercial concerns. By a feptennial bill, the country of Canada might be deprived of many...yet they were comparatively few ; and therefore he fhould think that, from the fituation of Canada, annual or triennial Parliaments would be much preferable...
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The speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - Great Britain - 1815
...for three years, without any danger or inconvenience to their commercial concerns. By a septennial bill, the country of Canada might be deprived of many of the few representatives that were allowed by the bill. If it should be said, that this objection applied to...
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Statistical Account of Upper Canada, Volume 2

Barnabas Bidwell - Ontario - 1822
...for three years, without any danger or inconvenience to their commercial concerns. By a septennial bill the country of Canada might be deprived of many of the few representatives that were allowed by the bill. If it should be said that this objection applied to...
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The Life and Times of Gen. John Graves Simcoe, Commander of the "Queen's ...

David Breakenridge Read - American loyalists - 1890 - 305 pages
...he completely denied it; because although there were persons engaged in trade in the British House of Commons, and many of them very worthy members, yet they were comparatively few ; and therefore he should think that, from the situation of Canada, annual or triennial parliaments would be much preferable...
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The Life and Times of Gen. John Graves Simcoe, Commander of the "Queen's ...

David Breakenridge Read - American loyalists - 1890 - 305 pages
...for three years, without any danger or inconvenience to their commercial concerns. By a Septennial Bill the country of Canada might be deprived of many of the few representatives that were allowed by the Bill. If it should be said that this objection applied to...
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