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Page 426 - An Act for granting certain Duties in the British Colonies & Plantations in America for allowing a Drawback of the Duties of Customs upon the Exportation from this Kingdom of Coffee & Cocoa Nuts of the Produce of the said Colonies or Plantations for discontinuing the Drawbacks payable on China earthen Ware exported to America
Page 162 - April 1764. Resolved, That an humble Address be presented to His Majesty, that he will be graciously pleased to give Directions to the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, to prepare, in order to be laid before this House, the next Session of Parliament, an . Account of the
Page 391 - mean Time you take Bail for his Appearance in order to plead Our said Pardon ; And for so doing This shall be your Warrant. Given at Our Court at S
Page 494 - high Court of Parliament is the supreme legislative Power over the whole Empire; That in all free States the Constitution is fixed ; And as the supreme Legislature derives its Power and Authority from the Constitution, it cannot overleap the Bounds of it without destroying its own Foundation; That the Constitution ascertains and limits both Sovereignty and Allegiance, and therefore His
Page 440 - and Limits aforesaid To be had exercised used and enjoyed as any Bishop of Durham within the Bishoprick or County Palatine of Durham in our Kingdom of England ever heretofore hath had, held, used or enjoyed or of Right Could or ought to have, hold use or enjoy.
Page 227 - Sir, I am directed by the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury to signify to your Excellency their desire that you will give your Aid and Assistance to the Distributor of Stamps within your Government in whatever may relate to his Duty in the Execution of his Office under the Act passed in the last
Page 450 - Majesty under God is the only Supreme Governor of this Realm and of all other his Highness's Dominions and Countries as well in all Spiritual and Ecclesiastical Things
Page 496 - doth not appear to this House to derive any such Advantages to Trade as many have been led to expect. These are the Sentiments and Proceedings of this House, and as they have too much Reason to believe that the Enemies of the Colonies have represented them to His Maty's Ministers
Page 278 - will not fail to receive therewith his Majesty's farther Instructions. In the mean time the King relies on your discretion to take the properest measures that the Circumstances of the times may require for the good of the Colony committed to your care. I am, with great Truth & regard Sir Your most obedient humble Servant