The British Chronologist: Comprehending Every Material Occurrence, Ecclesiastical, Civil, Or Military, Relative to England and Wales, from the Invasion of the Romans to the Present Time, Volumen1

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G. Kearsley, 1775
 

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Página 421 - of the crown in the Proteftant line; and for extinguilhing the hopes of the pretended prince of Wales, and all other pretenders, and their open and fecret abettors ; and
Página 330 - Immediately after which, the Officers of Arms defcending from their gallery, Garter; and the two provincial Kings of Arms, with their coronets on their heads, followed by the Heralds and Purfuivants, come and ftand at the lower end of the hall, and making their obeifance to his Majefty, proceed to the middle of the
Página 166 - by your obedience to my general, by your " concord in the camp, and your valour in
Página 289 - believe and maintain, that our Kings derive not their titles from the people, but from God, that to him only they are accountable : that it belongs not to
Página 487 - reign, for laying feveral duties upon all foap and paper made in Great Britain, or imported into the fame ; and upon chequered and ftriped linens imported ; and upon certain filks, callicoes, linens and fluffs, printed, painted, or
Página 396 - made for tranfporting the guards who came •with him into England, and that he intends to fend them away immediately ; unlefs out of confederation to him, the Houfe be difpofed to find a way for continuing them longer in his
Página 165 - all ; to lay down for my God, and for ' my kingdom, and for my people, my
Página 464 - of fuch orders as are therein mentioned, to the contributors of any fum, not exceeding two millions, to be raifed for carrying on the war, and other her Majefty's occafions.
Página 273 - I AB do declare that it is not lawful, upon any pretence whatfoever, to take up arms againft the King,
Página 331 - off at the middle of the neck, for the convenience of putting in the oil, and the neck being hollow to the very beak, the holy oil is poured out into the

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