The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons, Volume 9

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J. Debrett, 1778 - Great Britain
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Page 73 - Gentlemen, I RETURN you my hearty thanks, for this very dutiful and affectionate addrefs.
Page 80 - George the Third, by the grace of God, king of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, and fo forth, and in the year of Our Lord 1789.
Page 47 - Majesty, animated by the same sentiments, will equally avoid every thing that may alter their good harmony ; and that he will particularly take effectual measures to prevent the commerce between his Majesty's subjects and the United States of North America from being interrupted...
Page 108 - In witness whereof the master or purser of the said ship hath affirmed to three bills of lading all of this tenor and date, the one of which three bills being accomplished, the other two to stand void. And so God send the good ship to her desired port in safety. Amen, dated in London the day of September, 7679 George Churchey.
Page 47 - Majesty, being determined to cultivate the good understanding subsisting between France and Great Britain by every means compatible with his dignity and the good of his...
Page 177 - And as the 1 ability of proceeding will increafe ift the fame proportion, in the progrefs of the one and of the other, the fame proportion of advantage will ftill remain. The...
Page 134 - Kefoludons which they had directed him to report to the Houfe, which he read in his Place, and afterwards delivered in at the Table, where the fame were read, and (with an Amendment to one of them) agreed unto by the Houfe, and are as follows.
Page 218 - This gentleman conducted me to a very elegant house, and, to my great surprise, presented me to Mrs. Schuyler and her family; and in...
Page 193 - William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, be interred at the public expence ; and that a monument be erected in the collegiate church of St. Peter, Westminster, to the memory of that great and excellent Statesman, and an inscription expressive of the sentiments of the people on so great and irreparable a loss ; and to assure his Majesty that this House would make good the expence attending the same.
Page 46 - ... adequate to repel every insult and attack, and to maintain and uphold the power and reputation of this country.

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