The Queen's Speeches in Parliament, from Her Accession to the Present Time: A Compendium of the History of Her Majesty's Reign, Told from the Throne
W.H. Allen, 1882 - 355 sider
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Side 172 - My Lords and Gentlemen, WE are commanded by Her Majesty to release you from further attendance in Parliament, and at the same time to convey to you Her Majesty's acknowledgments for the zeal and assiduity with which you have applied yourselves to the performance of your duties during the session of Parliament now brought to a close.
Side 30 - Thirteen Years among the Wild Beasts of India ; their Haunts and Habits, from Personal Observation ; with an account of the Modes of Capturing and Taming Wild Elephants.
Side 173 - And their Majesties the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the Emperor of Austria, the Emperor of the French, the King of Prussia, the Emperor of all the Russias, and the King of Sardinia, on the other part, engage to respect this determination of the Sultan, and to conform themselves to the principle above declared.
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Side 22 - Mayhew (Henry) German Life and Manners. As seen in Saxony. With an account of Town Life — Village Life — Fashionable Life— Married Life — School and University Life, &c. Illustrated with Songs and Pictures of the Student Customs at the University of Jena. By HENRY MAYHEW, 2 vols., 8vo., with numerous illustrations.
Side 33 - Trotter (LJ) History of India. The History of the British Empire in India, from the Appointment of Lord Hardinge to the Death of Lord Canning (1844 to 1862). By Captain LIONEL JAMES TROTTER, late Bengal Fusiliers.
Side 223 - Gentlemen of the House of Commons, I have directed the Estimates for the ensuing year to be laid before you. They have been framed with a due regard to economy and to the efficiency of the several branches of the Public Service.
Side 35 - Art Impressions of Dresden," &c. 8vo. 6s. Williams (F.) Lives of the English Cardinals. The Lives of the English Cardinals, from Nicholas Breakspeare (Pope Adrien IV.) to Thomas Wolsey, Cardinal Legate. With Historical Notices of the Papal Court. By FOLKESTONE WILLIAMS.