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" ... that the principal point then in view was the exclusion of the royal family from their undoubted right to the crown, for which purpose the grossest corruptions were openly used to bring it about... "
The Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England: From the Revolution to ... - Página 189
por Nicolas Tindal - 1759
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A description of the memorable sieges and battles in the north of England ...

Thomas Fairfax (3rd baron.) - 1786
...kingdom ; and fmce it is inconteftible, that the principal point then in view,, was the excfufion or the royal family from their undoubted right to the...bring it about. But whatever may be hereafter devifed tor the joint benefit of both nations, the King wilt mod readily comply with the- requeft of his par-...
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History of the Transactions in Scotland, in the Years 1715-16, and ..., Volumen2

George Charles - 1817
...kingdom; and, since it is incontestible, that the principal point then in view, was the 'exclusion of the royal family from their undoubted right to the crown, for which purpose the grossest corruptions were openly used to bring it about : but whatever may be hereafter...
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History of the Transactions in Scotland in the Years 1715-16 and ..., Volumen2

George Charles - 1817
...kingdom; and/ since it is incontestible, that the principal 'point then in view, was the exclusion of the royal family from their undoubted right to the crown, for which purpose the grossest corruptions were openly used to bring it about : but whatever may be hereafter...
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History of the transactions in Scotland, in the years 1715-16, and ..., Volumen2

George Charles (bookseller.) - 1817
...each kingdom; andj since it is incontestible, that the principal point then in view, was the exclusion of the royal family from their undoubted right to the crown, for which purpose the grossest corruptions were openly used to bring it about : but whatever may be hereafter...
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A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans, Volumen3

James Browne - 1838
...each kingdom ; and since it is incontestable, that the principal point then in view, was the exclusion of the royal family from their undoubted right to the crown, for which purpose the grossest corruptions were openly used to bring it about ; but what ever may be hereafter...
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Memoirs of Prince Charles Stuart: (count of Albany) Commonly ..., Volumen1

Karl Ludwig Klose - 1845
...each kingdom ; and since it is incontestable that the principal point then in view was the exclusion of the royal family from their undoubted right to the crown, for which purpose the grossest corruptions were openly used to bring it about ; but whatever may be hereafter...
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English Jacobite Ballads, Songs, & Satires, Etc: From the Mss. at Towneley ...

Alexander Balloch Grosart - 1877 - 200 páginas
...each Kingdom ; & since it is incontestable, that the principal point then in view was the exclusion of the royal Family from their undoubted right to the Crown, for which purpose the grossest corruptions were openly used to bring it about. But whatever may be hereafter...
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Publications: Allardyce, James, ed. Historical papers relating to ..., Tema 14

1895
...each Kingdom ; and since it is incontestable, that the principal Point then in View was the Exclusion of the Royal Family from their undoubted Right to the Crown, for which Purpose the Grossest Corruptions were openly used to bring it about. But whatever may be hereafter...
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Historical Papers Relating to the Jacobite Period, 1699-1750, Volumen1

James Allardyce - 1895
...each Kingdom ; and since it is incontestable, that the principal Point then in View was the Exclusion of the Royal Family from their undoubted Right to the Crown, for which Purpose the Grossest Corruptions were openly used to bring it about. But whatever may be hereafter...
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Crowded with Genius: Edinburgh, 1745-1789

James Buchan - 2009 - 464 páginas
...each Kingdom; and since it is incontestable that the principal point then in View, was the exclusion of the Royal Family from their undoubted Right to the Crown, for which Purpose the grossest Corruptions were openly used to bring it about: But whatever may be hereafter...
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