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" A neglect of this, the most important of all parliamentary duties, must produce, and in our opinions it has already produced, consequences the most fatal to the dignity of the nation, the stability of the government, and the interests of the people. In... "
The Senator; or, Clarendon's parliamentary chronicle - Side 571
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History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament - 1798
...parliamentary duties, muft produce, and in our opinions, it has already produced, confequences the moft fataj to the dignity of the Nation, the liability of the...the unconditional compliance with the demands of the Exe- . cutive Government again propofed as the remedy, we perceive the real and fatal fource of the...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1799
...confequences the moft fatal to the dignity of the nation, the fiability of the government, and the intereib of the people. In the unconditional compliance with...the remedy, we perceive the real and fatal fource of the evil. Year after year hib majefly's minifters have grounded their application to parliament...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1800
...opinions it has already produced, conveniences the moft fatal to the dignity of the nation, the ßability of the government, and the interefts of the people....with the demands of the executive government again propofcd as the remedy, we perceive the real and fatal fource of the evil. Year aRer year his majefty's...
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Annual Register, Volum 40

1806
...consequences the most fatal to the dignity of the nation, the stability of the government, and the interests of the people. In the unconditional compliance with the demands of the executive government again proposed as the remedy, we perceive the real and fatal source of the evil. Year after year his majesty's...
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Public Characters, Volum 10

1809
...consequences the most fatal to the dignity of the nation, the stability of the government, and the interests of the people. In the unconditional compliance with the demands of the executive government again proposed as the remedy, we perceive the real and fatal source of the evil. Year after year his Majesty's...
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The opinions of lord Holland, as recorded in the journals of the House of ...

Henry Richard Fox (3rd baron Holland.) - 1841
...consequences the most fatal to the dignity of the nation, the stability of the Government, and the interests of the people : in the unconditional compliance with the demands of the executive Government again proposed as the remedy, we perceive the real and fatal source of the evil. Year after year his Majesty's...
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A Complete Collection of the Protests of the Lords: 1741-1825

James Edwin Thorold Rogers - 1875
...consequences the most fatal to the dignity of the nation, the stability of the government, and the interests of the people. In the unconditional compliance with the demands of the executive government, again proposed as the remedy, we perceive the real and fatal source of the evil. Year after year his Majesty's...
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