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" That the complaints of the merchants of London, Liverpool, Whitehaven, &c. are groundless, and proceed from a spirit of envy, and not from a regard to the interests of trade, or to the King's revenue. "
Chronicles of saint Mungo: or, Antiquities and traditions of Glasgow - Page 299
by Kentigern (st.) - 1843
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Annals of Glasgow: Comprising an Account of the Public Buildings ..., Volume 2

James Cleland - Glasgow (Scotland) - 1816
...against them, and they were charged with practising frauds upon the revenue in the conducting of their business. The matter in 1721, underwent a strict examination...proceed from a spirit of envy, and not from a regard tę the interests of trade, or to the King's revenue." But the affair was not allowed to rest here,...
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The rise and progress of the city of Glasgow

James Cleland - 1820
...the following words:—" The com" plaints of the merchants of London, Liverpool, White•** haven, &c. are groundless, and proceed from a spirit of " envy, and not from a regard to the interest of trade, or " the King's revenue." As the tobacco trade was suspended in 1783, at the breaking...
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Sketch of the History of Glasgow

James Pagan - Glasgow (Scotland) - 1847 - 198 pages
...finding — " That the complaints of the merchants of London, Bristol, Liverpool, Whitehaven, <kc., are groundless, and proceed from a spirit of envy,...the interests of trade, or to the king's revenue. " The English merchants, however, were far from being satisfied with this finding and reproof; and,...
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London society, Volume 8

1865
...complaints of the merchants of London, Liverpool, and Whitehaven were groundless, and that they proceeded from a spirit of envy, and not from a regard to the interest of trade or the king's revenue.' That decision was not at all to the liking of the southern...
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English Merchants: Memoirs in Illustration of the Progress of ..., Volume 2

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - Great Britain - 1866
...complaints of the merchants of London, Liverpool, and Whitehaven were groundless, and that they proceeded from a spirit of envy, and not from a regard to the interest of trade or the King's revenue.' That decision was not at all to the liking of the southern...
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The History of Glasgow

George MacGregor - Glasgow (Scotland) - 1881 - 547 pages
...result that the Lords of the Treasury found " that the complaints of the merchants of London, Bristol, Liverpool, Whitehaven, &c., are groundless, and proceed...and not from a regard to the interests of trade, or of the king's revenue." The English merchants appealed to Parliament, and Commissioners from the House...
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Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography ..., Volume 3

Francis Hindes Groome - Scotland - 1883
...Treasury finding ' that the complaints of the merchants of London, Bristol, Liverpool, Whitehaven, etc., are groundless, and proceed from a spirit of envy,...and not from a regard to the interests of trade or of the King's revenue.' The English merchants not satisfied with this finding and rebuke, made in the...
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Progress of Glasgow: A Sketch of the Commercial and Industrial Increase of ...

George Stewart (of Glasgow.) - Glasgow - 1883 - 178 pages
...following sentence: — ' That the complaints of the merchants of London, Liverpool, and Whitehaven, are groundless, and proceed from a spirit of envy, and not from a regard to the interest of trade, or of the King's Revenue.'" Complaints were afterwards brought before Parliament...
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