The historical guide to the island of Malta and its dependencies

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Government Press, 1830 - Malta
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Page 4 - Clarence, is now by the death of the late sovereign of happy memory, become our only lawful and rightful Liege Lord William the Fourth, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britain and Ireland, Defender of the Faith (and so forth).
Page 44 - EDOMITIS SACRA PER ARMA GETIS, PRIMUS IN HAC ALMA, QUAM CONDIDIT, URBE SEPULTUS VALETTA, jETERNO DIGNUS HONORE JACET.
Page 24 - September, 1800, я parley лл'аз held with the besiegers, when the terms of capitulation were arranged and ratified. The following morning the French sailed away, after having endured an obstinate blockade for two years. In the year 1814, agreeable to the resolution of the Congress of Vienna, the islands of Malta, Comino, and Gozzo, were confirmed to the English crown, and they have ever since been considered by all the powers of Europe as a British dependency.

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