Cobbett's Parliamentary History of England: From the Norman Conquest, in 1066 to the Year 1803. Comprising the period from the revolution, in 1688, to the accession of Queen Anne, in 1702, Volume 5

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Bagshaw, 1809 - Great Britain - 32 pages
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Contents

The Kings Speech on the Discovery of the Assassination PlotAd
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1696
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Mar 4 Henry Pollexfen
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Proceedings for the purpose of relieving the Embarrassments of
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July 5
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Mar 29 The Commons Address on the State of the NavyThe Kings 1190
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The Resunıption Bill orderedVotes relative to the said Grants laid
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May 1
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First Vote in relation to the Protestant SuccessionHeads of
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Articles of Impeachment against the Earl of OrfordThe Earl
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The Kings Speech on passing the Act of Succession 1294
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INDEX Of The NAMES OF THE SEVE
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Debate
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The Earl of SUNDERLANDs Letter to a Friend in the Country plainly discover
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The State of Parties and of the Publick as influenced by those Parties in this
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Nov 22
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Some CONSIDERATIONS about the most proper Way of Raising Money in
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Some short CONSIDERATIONS concerning the State of the Nation Printed
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of the House of Commons in King Williams Second
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A Short State of our Condition with relation to the present Parliament com
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Farther Debate on the Kings Revenue
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APPENDIX No XII
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The Prince of Oranges First Declaration
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APPENDIXNo XIII
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Considerations upon the Choice of a Speaker of the House of Commons
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A Letter to a Country Gentleman setting forth the Cause of the Decay
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APPENDIX No XVIII
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APPENDIX No XIX
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A General Abstract of the RECEIPTS and Issues of
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The Prince of Oranges Additional Declaration
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APPENDIX No IV
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