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" the great part M r Pitt had acted & his obligations to him. The King told M r Smelt afterwards he would rather have been obliged to the Nation and next to the Nation to his Fred k than to any Individual, but he "
Bibliographical and Historical Miscellanies - Page 11
by Philobiblon Society (Great Britain) - 1872
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The Life of George the Fourth, Including His Letters and Opinions ..., Volume 1

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - Great Britain - 1881 - 921 pages
...vexatious he might have to know, as under such circumstances he ought to bear it. " He told his Majesty the great part M r Pitt had acted & his obligations...Nation to his Fred k than to any Individual, but he seemed on the whole reconciled to M r Pitt, anxious to see him & likely to receive him kindly." Yet...
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The Life of George the Fourth, Including His Letters and Opinions ..., Volume 1

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - Great Britain - 1881 - 921 pages
...vexatious he might have to know, as under such circumstances he ought to bear it. " He told his Majesty the great part M r Pitt had acted & his obligations...Nation to his Fred k than to any Individual, but he seemed on the whole reconciled to M r Pitt, anxious to see him & likely to receive him kindly." Yet...
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The life of George the fourth, Volume 1

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1881
...vexatious he might have to know, as under such circumstances he ought to bear it. " He told his Majesty the great part M r Pitt had acted & his obligations...Nation to his Fred k than to any Individual, but he seemed on the whole reconciled to M r Pitt, anxious to see him & likely to receive him kindly." Yet...
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The Life of George the Fourth, Including His Letters and Opinions: With a ...

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1881 - 921 pages
...“He told his Majesty time great part Mr Pitt had acted & his obligations to him. Time King told M' Smelt afterwards he would rather have been obliged to the Nation and next to the Nation to his Frcdk than to any Individual, but he seemmied on the whole reconciled to M' Pitt, anxious to see him...
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