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" Highness effectually to maintain the great and important interests of the United Kingdom. " And Mr. Perceval humbly trusts, that whatever doubts your Royal Highness may entertain with respect to the constitutional propriety of the measures which have... "
Memoirs of the Public Life and Administration of the Right Honourable, the ... - Side 383
1827 - 649 sider
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Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, Volum 5

Henry Grattan - 1846
...servants, nor sanctioned by Parliament, but upon the sincere though possibly erroneous convictions that they in no degree trenched upon the true principles and spirit of the Constitution. Mr. Perceval feels it his duty to add that he holds himself in readiness, at any moment, to wait upon...
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Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, Volum 5

Henry Grattan - 1846
...servants, nor sanctioned by Parliament, but upon the sincere though possibly erroneous convictions that they in no degree trenched upon the true principles and spirit of the Constitution. Mr. Perceval feels it his duty to add that he holds himself in readiness, at any moment, to wait upon...
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The diary and correspondence of Charles Abbot, Lord Colchester: Speaker of ...

Charles Abbot (Baron Colchester) - 1861
...commands they would feel confident that they would continue to enjoy, ample and sufficient means to enable Your Royal Highness effectually to maintain the great...the true principles and spirit of the Constitution. Mr. Perceval feels it his duty to add that he holds himself in readiness at any moment to wait upon...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volum 53

Edmund Burke - 1811
...will feel assured, that they could not have been recommended by his Majesty's servants, nor sanctions! by parliament, but upon the sincere, though possibly...erroneous conviction, that they in no degree trenched •rtncbed upon the true principles and spirit of the constitution. Mr. Perceval feels it his duty...
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