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" It will be my unceasing study to maintain the reformed religion as by law established, securing at the same time to all the full enjoyment of religious liberty ; and I shall steadily protect the rights, and promote, to the utmost of my power, the happiness... "
Annual Register - Page 238
1838
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The Congregational magazine [formerly The London Christian ..., Volume 1

...maintain the reformed religion as by law established, securing at the same time to all the full enjoyment of religious liberty ; and I shall steadily protect...rights, and promote to the utmost of my power the liappiness and welfare of all classes of my subjects." The enthusiasm which has attended the proclamation...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 10

1837
...maintain the reformed religion, as by law MbiMished, securing at the same time to ğll the full enjoyment of religious liberty ; and I shall steadily protect...happiness and welfare of all classes of my subjects. " Alas that we are forced to turn from this gracious declaration of our young and confiding sovereign,...
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

1838
...the Reformed Religion, as by law established ; securing at the same time to all the full enjoyment of religious liberty. And I shall steadily protect...happiness and welfare, of all classes of my subjects.' [iii.] Once more : in the proclamation against vice and immorality, which was one of the very first...
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The Book of the Court: Exhibiting the Origin, Peculiar Duties, and ...

William John Thoms - Coronations - 1838 - 487 pages
...maintain the reformed religion as by law established, securing at the same time to all the full enjoyment of religious liberty; and I shall steadily protect...happiness and welfare, of all classes of my subjects." Whereupon the Lords of the Council made it their humble request to her Majesty that her Majesty's most...
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Annual Register, Volume 79

Edmund Burke - History - 1838
...maintain the reformed religion as by law established, securing at the same time to all the full enjoyment of religious liberty ; and I shall steadily protect...happiness and welfare of all classes of my subjects." Whereupon the lords of the council made it their humble request to her majesty, that her majesty's...
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Anecdotes, Personal Traits, and Characteristic Sketches of Victoria the ...

Lady - 1840 - 800 pages
...maintain the reformed religion, as by law established, securing at the same time to all the full enjoyment of religious liberty ; and I shall steadily protect...happiness and welfare of all classes of my subjects." This Address, whether the production of the new Sovereign, or of her Ministers, possesses a simple...
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The Queen and the Quakers; Or, a Voice from Exeter, for the Altar, Throne ...

Samuel Carey RICHARDS - 1841
...the reformed religion, as by law established, securing, at the same time, to all, the full enjoyment of religious liberty ; and I shall steadily protect...happiness and welfare of all classes of my subjects." I have never been able to reconcile the address of the Quakers, relating to the Christian religionand...
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The Book of the Court: Exhibiting the History, Duties, and Privileges of the ...

William John Thoms - Coronations - 1844 - 487 pages
...maintain the reformed religion as by law established, securing at the same time to all the full enjoyment of religious liberty ; and I shall steadily protect...power the happiness and welfare, of all classes of my subjecta." Whereupon the Lords .of the Council made it their humble request to her Majesty that her...
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The Half Century: Its History, Political and Social

Washington Wilks - Great Britain - 1852 - 344 pages
...maintain the Reformed Religion as by law established ; securing at the same time to all the full enjoyment of Religious Liberty. And I shall steadily protect...happiness and welfare of all classes of my subjects." This graceful allusion to the Duchess of Kent was well approved by the general knowledge. It was widely...
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The Life of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, Volume 2

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - 1853
...maintain the reformed religion as by law established, securing at the same time to all the full enjoyment of religious liberty. And I shall steadily protect...happiness and welfare of all classes of my subjects." In delivering this declaration the Queen displayed extraordinaryself-possession. Her dignified composure...
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