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" Now I am informed by the statute 1 Jac. c. 1. that lineal succession is a privilege belonging to the imperial crown, and by 12 Car. 2 c. 30. 17. that by the undoubted and fundamental laws of this kingdom, neither the peers of this realm, nor the commons,... "
History of England - Page 211
1763
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Some Discourses Upon Dr. Burnet and Dr. Tillotson: Occasioned by the Late ...

George Hickes - Funeral sermons - 1695 - 88 pages
...yet by God's Grace they irarted .io far back, astockclare point blank againft their former Praftife, that by the undoubted, and fundamental Laws of this...neither the Peers of this -Realm, nor the Commons } nor ht h togetbtr^ nor the People colleitive(• 79 )., . ly, nor reprefèntativety, йог any other Terfins...
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Collections of passages referr'd to by dr. Henry Sacheverell in his Answer ...

Henry Sacheverell - 1710
...Our Original Conftitution ih.it Our Legiflature ufan Occafion of this DĦtj would have it Exprefs'd, That by the Undoubted and Fundamental Laws. of this...in Parliament, or out of Parliament, nor the People Colleftively, or Reprefentatively, nor any Other Perfons vvtiatfoevcr ever had, have, or ought to hare...
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The History of the Reign of Queen Anne, Digested Into Annals: Year the First ...

Great Britain - 1710
...their Impiety. And -Laftly, as to the PRINCIPLES upon which they proceeded, the fame Laws Declare, that by the Undoubted, and FUNDAMENTAL LAWS of This Kingdom, neither the JFEEKS of this Realm, nor ^COMMONS, nor BOTH together ; IN PARLIAMENT, or OUT of PARLIAMENT, COLLECTIVELY,...
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An Essay Upon Civil Government: Wherein is Set Forth, the Necessity, Origin ...

Ramsay (Chevalier, Andrew Michael) - Great Britain - 1732 - 231 pages
...(a) ' That by the Funda' mental Laws of England, neither ' the Peers of the Realm, ftor the Commons in Parliament, or out of Parliament, nor the People collectively, or reprefentatively, nor any other Perfon whatfoever, never had, nor ought to have any coercive Authority over the Perfons of the Kings...
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The whole works of ... sir William Dawes [ed. by J. Wilford].

sir William Dawes (3rd bart, abp. of York.) - 1733
...12; ry and arbi rary government. But, no to infilt upon what our laws in exprefs words declare, '* That, by the undoubted " and fundamental laws of this kingdom, " neither the peer, of this realm, nor the u commons, nor both together, in parliall ment or out of parliament, nor...
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An impartial examination of the second volume of Mr. Daniel Neal's History ...

Zachary Grey - History - 1736
...Murther, and moft unparallel'd Treafon committed upon the facred Perfon of the King) it is declared, ' That by the undoubted and fundamental * Laws of this...this * Realm, nor the Commons, nor both together in k Parliament, or out of Parliament, nor the People * colleftively or reprefentatively, nor any other...
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The history and proceedings of the House of Lords, from the ..., Volume 1

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords - Great Britain - 1742
...thefe remarkable Words : Be it beret) declared. That, by the undaubted and fundamental Latoi of tbit Kingdom, neither the Peers of this Realm, nor the Commons, nor both together in Parliament, or out vf Parliament, nor tbt People colleliivtly or repr/fentati'vely, nor any ttber Per/on ixbatfoeuer,...
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The history and proceedings of the House of lords, from the Restoration in ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords - 1742
...hereby declared, That, by the undoubted and fundamental Laivs of this Kingdom, neither the Peers if this Realm, nor the Commons, nor both together in Parliament, or out of Parliament, nor the People colleflively or reprrfentati'uely, nor any other Per/on whatsoever, ever had, have, bath, or ought...
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The History and Proceedings of the House of Lords from the Restoration in ...

Ebenezer Timberland - Great Britain - 1742
...as, in the Aft of Attainder ot the Regicides, to ufe thefe remarkable Words : Be it hereby declared, That, by the undoubted and fundamental Laws of this Kingdom, neither the Pters of this Realm, nor the Commons, nor both together in Parliament, or out of Parliament, nor the...
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Faction Detected by the Evidence of Facts ...

John Perceval Earl of Egmont - Great Britain - 1743 - 175 pages
...A6t of Attainder, Anno 12 Car. II. cap. 30. in the following Words,. — And be it hereby declared, that by the Undoubted and Fundamental Laws of this...in Parliament, or out of Parliament, nor the People colleflively, nor reprefentatively, nor any other Perfons what/sever, ever had, have, hath, a Grotius...
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