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" ProtenionofourPofieffions in America, and to the Regaining of fuch Parts thereof, as had been encroached upon, or invaded, in Violation of the Peace, and contrary to the Faith of the moft folemn Treaties. For this Purpofe, the Maritime Force of this Kingdom... "
The General Magazine of Arts and Sciences: Philosophical, Philological ... - Page 187
by Benjamin Martin - 1755
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 25

Early English newspapers - 1755
...of our pofliflions in America, and to t,he regaining of fuch parts thereof, J» had been incroached upon, or invaded, in violation of the peace, and contrary to the faith of the snort folcrnn treaties. For this purpofe, the maritime force of this n kingdom his been got ready with...
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 24

1755
...be mod conducive to the protection of our poiTcrtions in America, and to the regaining of fuch parti thereof, as had been encroached upon, or invaded,...violation of the peace, and contrary to the faith of th« mod folemn treaties. For this purpofe, the maritime force of this kingdom has been got ready with...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 17

English literature - 1755
...to the regaining of whilft I am engaged in thisjuft and nauch parts thereof as had been incroach:d upon or invaded, in violation of the peace, and contrary to the faith of the ˇnoil folcmn treaties. For this purpofe, the maritime force tional caufe, the affectionate aflarances...
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Miscellaneous Correspondence, Volume 1

1759
...laft Seffion, I have taken fuch Meafures as might be moft conducive to the ProtenionofourPofieffions in America, and to the Regaining of fuch Parts thereof,...Force of this Kingdom has been got ready with the utmoft Application and Expedition, and been principally employed ; fome Land Forces have been fent...
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The British Chronologist: Comprehending Every Material Occurrence ..., Volume 3

Great Britain - 1775
...moft conducive to the protection of our pofleffions in Aa;trica, and to the regaining of fuch parra thereof, as had been encroached upon, or invaded,...force of this kingdom has been got ready with, the utm--.it application and expedition, and been principally employed; fome land forces have been fent...
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The British Chronologist: Comprehending Every Material Occurrence ..., Volume 3

Great Britain - 1775
...feffion, I have taken fuch meafures as might be moft conducive to the protection of our porTeffions in America, and to the regaining of fuch parts thereof,...encroached upon, or invaded, in violation of the peace, and con* trary to the faith of the moft folemn treaties. " For this purpofe; the maritime fore« of this...
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Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain: From the Year 1727, to the ...

Robert Beatson - Great Britain - 1790
...feilion, he had taken fuch meafures as " might be mod conducive to the protection of his pofleflions " in America, and to the regaining of fuch parts thereof as " had been <incroached upon or invaded, in violation of the " peace, and contrary to the faith of the molt folemn...
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The Parliamentary History of England from the Earliest Period to ..., Volume 15

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1813
...might be most conducive to the protection of our possessions in America, and to the regaining of such parts thereof, as had been encroached upon, or invaded,...violation of the peace and contrary to the faith of the most solemn treaties. " For this purpose, the maritime force of this kingdom has been got ready with...
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The United States as a Nation: Lectures on the Centennial of American ...

Joseph Parrish Thompson - United States - 1877 - 323 pages
...might be conducive to the protection of our possessions in America, and to the regaining of such posts thereof as had been encroached upon or invaded, in...violation of 'the peace, and contrary to the faith of the most solemn treaties." ' In November, 1754, in the debate on the Address on the lung's Speech, Mr....
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