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The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners: With Strictures on Their ... - Page 65
1804
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 45

Edmund Burke - History - 1805
...stated to you, fairly and candidly, what has passed, I trust you will see that there can be no grounds for the apprehension expressed in the latter part...satisfied, that your not being advanced in military rank, proceeds entirely from his majesty's sentiments respecting the high rank you hold in the state,...
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Memoirs of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Volume 3

Great Britain - 1808
...you, fairly and candidly, what has passed, I must trust you will see that there can be no ground fcr the apprehension expressed in the latter part of your...received the notification of your appointment to the l()th light dragoons, the explanation and condition attached to it by his Majesty .; and, therefore,...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 21

Literary Criticism - 1827
...stated to you, fairly and candidly, what has passed, I trust you will see that there can be no grounds for the apprehension expressed in the latter part...satisfied, that your not being advanced in military rank, proceeds entirely from his Majesty's sentiments respecting the high rank you hold in the State,...
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The public and domestic life of His late ... Majesty, George the ..., Volume 2

Edward Holt - Great Britain - 1820
...a party in this business. " Having thus stated to you, fairly and candidly, what has passed, I must trust you will see that there can be no ground for...attached to it by his Majesty ; and therefore surely yon must be satisfied that your not being advanced in military rank, proceeds entirely from his Majesty's...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 21

1827
...stated to you, fairly and candidly, what has passed, I trust you will see that there can be no grounds for the apprehension expressed in the latter part...satisfied, that your not being advanced in military rank, proceeds entirely from his Majesty's sentiments respecting the high rank you hold in the State,...
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A Biographical Memoir of His Late Royal Highness Frederick, Duke of York and ...

John Watkins - 1827 - 600 pages
...to you fairly and candidly what has passed, I must trust you will see that there can be no grounds for the apprehension expressed in the latter part...recollect your mentioning to me yourself, on the day in which you received the notification of your appointment to the 10th Light Dragoons, the explanation...
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A Biographical Memoir of His Late Royal Highness Frederick, Duke of York and ...

John Watkins - 1827 - 600 pages
...fairly and Candidly what hu passed, nl must trust you will see that there can be no ground*. for Abe apprehension expressed in the latter part of your...recollect your mentioning to me yourself, on the day in which you received the notification of your appointment to the 10th Light Dragoons, the explanation...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary, Volume 12

Great Britain - 1828
...thus stated to you, fairly and candidly, what has 1, I trust you will see that there can be no grounds for the apprehension expressed in the latter part...satisfied that your not being advanced in military rank proceeds entirely from his Majesty's sentiments respecting the high rank you hold in the state,...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volume 12

Great Britain - 1828
...stated to you, fairly and candidly, what has passed, I trust you will see that there can be no grounds for the apprehension expressed in the latter part...satisfied that your not being advanced in military rank proceeds entirely from his Majesty's sentiments respecting the high rank you hold in the state,...
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Memoirs of George the Fourth, Descriptive of the Most Interesting Scenes of ...

Robert Huish - 1830
...become a party in this business. Having thus stated to you, fairly and candidly, what has passed, I must trust you will see that there can be no ground for...satisfied that your not being advanced in military rank proceeds entirely from his Majesty's sentiments respecting the high rank you hold in the state,...
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