Bibliographical and Historical Miscellanies, Volume 13

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Charles Whittingham, 1872 - Bibliography
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Page 8 - Elizabeth by the grace of god Quene of Englande Fraunce and Irelande Defender of the faith &c. To all
Page 11 - 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
Page 7 - Goully for this Comfort. Thank God for his great mercy to us. I am fo very happy that I really could hardly
Page 44 - to dread human honour. That he was therefore delighted with having entirely under his own training a young innocent Girl of 17,
Page 31 - for the life of D r John. Tom Willis was to have his Expences p d & to be provided for in the Church. D r W. allowance was to be from the
Page 48 - pss Royal told me the P. of Wales had won money of the D. of Bedford at Newmarket & upon the
Page 48 - as they were riding about he called out to the Duke, You know it don't
Page 45 - till by degrees the Ladies of the Bed Chamber came more frequently, and latterly the Society for various
Page 11 - he had told the K. of the intended Regency & what day it was to have finally
Page 9 - Gen 1 H. removed from the Ks. mind a prejudice as to the Queen's leaving him at

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