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Page ix - I am desirous of renewing the assurance of my determination to maintain the Protestant religion, as established by law, to secure to all the free exercise of the rights of conscience, to protect the liberties, and to promote the welfare, of all classes of the community.
Page 218 - Sir Edmund Bacon, Bart. Harbord Harbord, Esq. May 22, 1734. Sir Edmund Bacon, Bart. 3224 William Wodehouse, Esq. 3153 William Morden, Esq. 3147 Robert Coke, Esq. 3081 March 23, 1736.
Page viii - Educated in England, under the tender and enlightened care of a most affectionate mother, I have learned from my infancy to respect and love the constitution of my native country. 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 and welfare, of all classes of my subjects.
Page viii - That it will be her unceasing study ' to secure to all the full enjoyment of religious liberty, — arid ' steadily protect the rights, and promote to the utmost of her ' power, the happiness and welfare of all classes of her subjects,' affords a pledge on which a nation's confidence securely rests.
Page vii - I have received a Copy of the Resolutions passed at a Meeting of the Electors of East Norfolk, at the Rampant Horse, Norwich, on Saturday last. From the...
Page 217 - Sir Horatio Townshend, Bart. Sir William Doyley, Knight KNIGHTS of the SHIRE for the County of NORFOLK, from the Restoration in 1660 to the present time, with the number of Votes polled at each Contested Election. (Charles M) 1660.