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" Majesty's royal peace, and entitled to the protection of the laws of the realm, and in no case treated as alien enemies. " His Majesty is further pleased to order, with the advice aforesaid, that the ships of the united kingdom, navigated according to... "
Journal of a Tour in Iceland: In the Summer of 1809 - Page 61
by Sir William Jackson Hooker - 1813 - 371 pages
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Iceland: Or, The Journal of a Residence in that Island, During the Years ...

Ebenezer Henderson - Iceland - 1819 - 576 pages
...permitted to repair to the said, islands and settlements, and -to trade with the inhabitants thereof. " And his Majesty is further pleased to order, with the advice aforesaid, that all his Majesty's cruisers, and all other his subjects, be inhibited from committing any act of depredation...
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English Admiralty Reports: 1809-1811, Acton

George Minot - Law reports, digests, etc - 1853
...permitted to repair to the said islands and settlements, and to trade with the inhahitants thereof. And his Majesty is further pleased to order, with the advice aforesaid, that all his Majesty's cruisers, and all other his subjects, be inhibited from committing any acts of depredation...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined Before the Most Noble and Right ...

Thomas Harman Acton - Admiralty - 1853
...permitted to repair to the said islands and settlements, and to trade with the inhabitants thereof. And his Majesty is further pleased to order, with the advice aforesaid, that all his Majesty's cruisers, and all other his subjects, be inhibited from committing any acts of depredation...
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Lovsamling for Island, indeholdende udvalg af de vigtigste śldre og nyere ...

Iceland, Hilmar Stephensen (i.e. John Hilmar) - 1857
...permitted to repair to the said Islands and Settlements, and to trade with Ihc Inhabitants thereof: — And His Majesty is further pleased to order, with the Advice aforesaid, that all His Majesty's Cruizcrs and all oilier his Subjects be inhibiled from committing any Acts of Depredation...
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Iceland: Its Scenes and Sagas

Sabine Baring-Gould, Alfred Newton - Birds - 1863 - 447 pages
...as prizes. " His Majesty is further pleased to order, with the advice xlvi Free trade. Eminent men. aforesaid, that the people of all the said islands...of the United Kingdom, navigated according to law, he permitted to repair to the said islands and settlements, and to trade with the inhabitants thereof....
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Iceland: Its Scenes and Sagas

Sabine Baring-Gould, Alfred Newton - Birds - 1863 - 447 pages
...respectively and the ports of London or Leith, shall not be liable to seizure and confiscation as prizes. " His Majesty is further pleased to order, with the advice aforesaid, that the people of all the said islands and settlements be considered, when resident in his Majesty's dominions,...
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Iceland: Its Scenes and Sagas

Sabine Baring-Gould, Alfred Newton - Birds - 1863 - 447 pages
...permitted to repair to the said islands and settlements, and to trade with the inhabitants thereof. " And his Majesty is further pleased to order, with the advice aforesaid, that all his Majesty's cruisers and all other his subjects be inhibited from committing any acts of depredation...
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