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" ... which has been introduced by parliament, in conformity to what was intended on a former similar occasion ; and that whatever ministers your royal highness might think proper to employ, would find in that full support and countenance, which, as long... "
Memoirs of the Court of England During the Regency, 1811-1820: From Original ... - Side 30
af Richard Plantagenet Temple Nugent Brydges Chandos Grenville Duke of Buckingham and Chandos - 1856
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Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly miscellany ..., Bind 9

Benjamin Flower - 1811
...former similar occasion ; and that whatever ministers your royal highness might think proper to employ would find in that full support and countenance which,...with your royal highness's commands, they would feel, conlident they would continue to enjoy ample and sufficient means m enahle your royal highnessefFectually...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Bind 19

William Cobbett - 1811
...Hii;hness0 might think proper to employ, would find in that full support and countenance which, at long a- they were honoured with your Royal Highness's commands,...Highness effectually to maintain the great and important interest of the United Kingdom. — And Mr. Perceval humbly trusts, that, whatever doubts your Royal...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Bind 19

William Cobbett - 1811
...and that whatever Ministers your Royal Highness might think proper to employ, would find in that (nil support and countenance which, as long as they were honoured with your Royal Highness' s commands, they would fee'\ confident they would continue to enjov, ample anil sufficient...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics ..., Bind 32

1812
...former similar occasion ; and that whatever ministers your royal highness might think proper to employ, would find, in that full support and countenance,...continue to enjoy, ample and sufficient means to enable yonr roya! highness efílctually to maintain the great and important interests of the united kingdom....
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Bind 4,Del 1

Walter Scott - 1813
...former similar occasion ; and that whatever ministers your royal highness might think proper to employ, would find in that full support and countenance, which,...great and important interests of the united kingdom. And Mr Perceval humbly trusts, that, whatever doubts your royal highness may entertain with respect...
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The Edinburgh annual register, Bind 4,Del 1

1813
...former similar occasion ; and that whatever ministers your royal highness might think proper to employ, would find in that full support and countenance, which,...great and important interests of the united kingdom. AndMrPercevalhumblytrusts, that, whatever doubts your royal highness may entertain with respect to...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Bind 4,Del 1

Walter Scott - 1813
...si. milar occasion ; and that whatever ministers your royal highness might think proper to employ, would find in that full support and countenance, which,...maintain the great and important interests of the united king, dom. AndMr Perceval humbly trusts, that, whatever doubts your royal highness may entertain with...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Bind 4,Del 2

Walter Scott - 1813
...former similar occasion ; and that whatever ministers your Royal Highness might think proper to employ, would find in that full support and countenance which,...Highness effectually to maintain the great and important interest of the united kingdom. And Mr Perceval humbly trusts, that whatever doubts your Royal Highness...
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The Edinburgh annual register, Bind 4,Del 2

1813
...similar occasion ; and that whatever ministers your Royal Highness might think proper to en> ploy, would find in that full support and countenance which,...Highness effectually to maintain the great and important interest of the united kingdom. And Mr Perceval humbly trusts, that whatever doubts your Royal Highness...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Bind 4,Del 2

Walter Scott - 1813
...former similar occasion ; and that whatever ministers your Royal Highness might think proper to employ, would find in that full support and countenance which, as long as they were honoured with your Royal Highnesa's commands, they would feel confident they would continue to enjoy ample and sufficient means...
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