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" In our endeavours to this end, we shall but follow in the course which it has been your Majesty's Royal pleasure to pursue. Signally has your Majesty fostered the independence of the Bar, and the purity of the Bench, by distributing the honours, which... "
The Records of the Honorable Society of Lincoln's Inn: 1776-1845 ; Calls to ... - Page 232
by Lincoln's Inn (London, England), Sir Ronald Roxburgh, William Paley Baildon, James Douglas Walker - 1902
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Law Times, the Journal and Record of the Law and Lawyers, Volume 6

Law - 1846
...shall but follow in the course which it has been your Majesty's royal pleasure to pursue. Signally hns your Majesty fostered the independence of the bar,...among the members of all parties in the state. Permit us, also, most Gracious Sovereign, to offer to your Majesty our sincere congratulations on the great...
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

History - 1845
...your Majesty beneath this roof. Two Centuries have nearly passed away since the Inns of Court were honoured by the presence of the reigning Prince; we...among the members of all parties in the State. Permit us also, Most Gracious Sovereign, to offer to your Majesty our sincere congratulations on the great...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Volume 3

Law - 1846
...appeal, in all humility, for our justification in aspiring to receive your Majesty beneath this roof. " Two centuries have nearly passed away since the Inns...the members of all parties in the state. " Permit us, also, most gracious Soverign, to offer to your Majesty our sincere congratulations on the great...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Volume 3

Law - 1846
...Majesty fostered the independence of the Bar and the purity of the Bench, by distributing the honpurs which you have graciously bestowed on the profession...the members of all parties in the state. " Permit us, also, most gracious Soverign, to offer to your Majesty our sincere congratulations on the great...
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Lincoln's inn; its ancient and modern buildings: with an account of the library

William Holden Spilsbury - Law - 1850 - 324 pages
...your Majesty beneath this roof. " Two centuries have nearly passed away since the Inns of Court were honoured by the presence of the reigning Prince. We...the members of all parties in the state. " Permit us also, most gracious Sovereign, to offer to your Majesty our sincere congratulations on the great...
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Lincoln's inn; its ancient and modern buildings: with an account of the library

William Holden Spilsbury - 1850 - 324 pages
...appeal, in all humility, for our justification in aspiring to receive your Majesty beneath this roof. feel deeply grateful for a mark so conspicuous of...the members of all parties in the state. " Permit us also, most gracious Sovereign, to offer to your Majesty our sincere congratulations on the great...
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Lincoln's inn; its ancient and modern buildings: with an account of the library

William Holden Spilsbury - 1850 - 324 pages
...guard and maintain the dignity of the Bar of England. " In our endeavours to this end we shall hut follow in the course which it has been your Majesty's...the members of all parties in the state. " Permit us also, most gracious Sovereign, to offer to your Majesty our sincere congratulations on the great...
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LIVES OF THE LORD CHANCELLORS AND KEEPERS OF THE GREAT SEAL OF ENGAND (VOL IV)

1851
...gravity and dignity, the flowing courtesy of his manners seems to have won all hearts. Well acdeeply grateful for a mark so conspicuous of your Majesty's...throne throughout many portions of your vast empire. " e The pure glory of these labours will be dear to your Majesty's royal heart ; for it arises from...
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A Guide to the Inns of Court and Chancery: With Notices of Their Ancient ...

Robert Richard Pearce - Admission to the bar - 1855 - 440 pages
...guard and maintain the dignity of the bar of England. " In our endeavours to this end we shall hut follow in the course which it has been your Majesty's...the members of all parties in the state. " Permit us also, most gracious Sovereign, to offer to your Majesty our sincere congratulations on the great...
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Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of ..., Volume 6

John Campbell Baron Campbell - Judges - 1857 - 405 pages
...expectations which had been formed of him. In my long aspiring to receive your Majesty beneath this root " ' Two centuries have nearly passed away since the Inns...on the great amendments of the law which have been effec ted since your Majesty 's accession to the throne throughout many portions of your vast empire....
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