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" towards a Reconciliation, was given by the now King, then Prince; by which accrued more Benefit to the Subject, than in any Parliament thefe many hundred Years. What may we then expect from him, being King, and having Power in his own Hands ? His good... "
The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England;: From the Earliest ... - Page 349
1763
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The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England;: Being a Faithful ...

1751
...Par-£p g and laments, were the chief Caufe of all the Miferies of the Kingdom. The firft Turn of which, towards a Reconciliation, was given by the now King,...and having Power in his own Hands? His good natural Difpofition ; his Freedom from Vice ; his Travels abroad ; his being bred in Parliaments (d), promifed...
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The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England: Being a Faithful ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Constitutional history - 1751
...in f and liaments, were the chief Caufe of all the Miferies of the Kingdom. The firft Turn of which, towards a Reconciliation, was given by the now King,...then Prince ; by which accrued more Benefit to the Subjedt, than in any Parliament thele many hundred Years. What may we then expect from him, being King,...
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Studies and illustrations of the great rebellion

John Langton Sanford - Great Britain - 1858 - 630 pages
...the miseries of the kingdom. The first turn of which towards a reconciliation was given by the new king, then prince; by which accrued more benefit to the subject than in any Parliament these many hundred years. What may we then expect from him, being king, and having power in his own...
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Studies and illustrations of the Great rebellion

John Langton Sanford - Great Britain - 1858 - 630 pages
...the miseries of the kingdom. The first turn of which towards a reconciliation was given by the new king, then prince; by which accrued more benefit to the subject than in any Parliament these many hundred years. What may we then expect from him, being king, and having power in his own...
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The Period of the Reformation, 1517 to 1648, Volume 2

Ludwig Häusser, Mrs. George Sturge - Europe - 1873
...King and Parliament were the chief cause of all the miseries of the kingdom, the first turn of which towards a reconciliation was given by the now King,...more benefit to the subject than in any Parliament these many hundred years. What may we then expect from him being King, and having power in his own...
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The Period of the Reformation, 1517 to 1648

Ludwig Häusser - Europe - 1884 - 702 pages
...King and Parliament were the chief cause of all the miseries of the kingdom, the first turn of which towards a reconciliation was given by the now King,...more benefit to the subject than in any Parliament these many hundred years. What may we then expect from him being King, and having power in his own...
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