The Political state of Great Britain

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Page 346 - JAMES the Eighth, by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c.
Page 195 - An Act for the further Limitation of the Crown, and better securing the Rights and Liberties of the Subject...
Page 141 - Whereas charges of high crimes and mifdemeanors have been exhibited by the honourable the houfe of commons, in the name of themfelves and of all the commons of Great Britain, againft Warren Haftings, efquire, all perfons concerned are to take notice that he now (lands upon his trial, and they may come forth in order to make good the faid charges.
Page 349 - ... councils, and the protection of our native forces and troops. That we will in the same manner concur and endeavour to have our laws, liberties, and properties...
Page 147 - King, not having the fear of God in their hearts, nor weighing the duty of their allegiance, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the devil, as...
Page 628 - ... consent to any act or acts of parliament to the purposes aforesaid, and for the full satisfaction of all arrears due to the officers and soldiers of the army under the command of general Monk ; and that they shall be received into our service upon as good pay and conditions as they now enjoy." Given under our sign manual, and privy signet, at our court at Breda, the .^th day of April, 1660, in the twelfth year of our reign.
Page 345 - Jocke, — Ye was in the right not to come with the hundred men ye sent up to-night, when I expected four times the number. It is a pretty thing, when all the Highlands of Scotland are now rising upon their king and country's account, as I have accounts from them since they were with me, and the gentlemen of our neighbouring lowlands expecting us down to join them, that my men should be only refractory.
Page 206 - ... rioters, or as near to them as he can safely come, with a loud voice command or cause to be commanded silence to be while proclamation is making, and after that shall openly and with loud voice make or cause to be made proclamation in these words or [like] in effect...
Page 578 - That they had gone through the same, paragraph by paragraph, and agreed thereto, with some amendments, which he read in his place, and after delivered at the table, where the...
Page 315 - Premises aforesaid or any of them, as they or any of them had or ought to have had at the making of this Act, as fully and effectually to all Intents and Purposes as if this Act had never been made ; any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

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