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" I cannot but look upon it as a peculiar happiness, that, in my reign, so full a provision is made for the peace and quiet of my people, and for the security of our religion by so firm an establishment of the Protestant Succession throughout Great Britain. "
The Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England: From the Revolution to ... - Página 373
por Nicholas Tindal - 1762
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The history of the reign of Queen Anne: digested into annals, Volumen5

Abel Boyer - 1707
...fo it mty appear to' all the World, they ' have Hearts difpofed to become one Peoplt. ;•• _•> This will be a, great Pleafure to Me, and will make us nil quickly fenfible of the good Effeft of this, Vnlon. ' And I cannot but look,upon it as a peculiar...
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A Letter from a Tory Freeholder to His Representative in Parliament: Upon ...

Tory freeholder - 1712 - 34 páginas
...Speech, 'March tf . 1 706. wherein her Majefty fays, on occafion of the Union betwixt the two Nations, * I cannot but look upon it as a peculiar Happinefs, that in « rny Reign fo full a Provifion is made for the Peace and Quiet « of my People, and for the Security...
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The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons from the Restoration to ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1742
...henceforth they aft with all poffible re' fpeft and Kindnefs to one another, that fo it may appear ' to all the World, they have Hearts difpofed to become...and will make us « all quickly fenfible of the good Effect of this Union. ' And I cannot but look upon it as a peculiar Happinefs, « that in my Reign...
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The History of England, Volumen16

Rapin de Thoyras (M., Paul) - 1762
...henceforth they aft with all poffible re" fpedt and kindnefs to one another, that fo it may appear " to all the world, they have hearts difpofed to become...will make us •« all quickly fenfible of the good cffecls of this union. " And I cinnot but look upon it as a peculiar happinefs, c< that in my reign...
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Political Disquisitions; Or, An Enquiry Into Public Errors, Defects, and ...

James Burgh - 1775
...from henceforth they adl with all poffible refpect and kindnefs to one another ; that fo it may appear to all the world, they have hearts difpofed to become...great pleafure to me, and will make us all quickly fenlible of the good effect of this union a.' The lords and commons anfwer, c That they thank her Majefty...
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Lives of the British Admirals:: Containing a New and Accurate ..., Volumen3

John Campbell - 1785
...and kindnefs to one another, " that fo it may appear to all the world, they have hearts dil" pofed to become one people; this will be a great pleafure...of this union. And I cannot but look upon it as a particu" lar happinefs, that in my reign, fo full a provifion is made " for the peace and quiet of...
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The History of Scotland, Volumen6

George Buchanan - 1829
...disposed to become one people. This will be a great pleasure to me, and make us all quickly sensible of the good effects of this union ; and I cannot but look upon it as a peculiar happiness, that in my reign so full provision is made for the peace and quiet of my people, and for...
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The History of Scotland, Volumen6

George Buchanan - 1829
...disposed to become one people. This will be a great pleasure to me, and make us all quickly sensible of the good effects of this union; and I cannot but look upon it as a peculiar happiness, that in my reign so full provision is made for the peace and quiet of my people, and for...
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The history of Scotland... to the present time, Volumen5

George Buchanan - 1856
...disposed to become one people. This will be a great pleasure to me, and make us all quickly sensible of the good effects of this union ; and I cannot but look upon it as a peculiar happiness, that in my reign so full provision is made for the peace and quiet of my people, and for...
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The Writings of William Paterson ... Founder of the Bank of England, Volumen2

William Paterson - 1858
...people. " This will be a great pleasure to me, and will make us quickly sensible of the good effect of this Union. " And I cannot but look upon it as a peculiar happiness that in my reign so full a provision is made for the peace and quiet of my people, and for...
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