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The poll-book of the contested election for the county of Northumberland ... - Page 190
by Northumberland (England) - 1827 - 380 pages
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The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners : with Strictures ..., Volume 13

1802 - 456 pages
...•pncera. and I am sorry that they were deceived. I will not pay your, lordship so ill a compliment as to thank you for the patience with which you have heard me, but I thank you for your indulgence in suffering me to speak of myself in some instances rather irrelevantly....
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The proceedings and poll at the election for two knights of the shire to ...

1837 - 124 pages
...independent electors of North Durham will always be signally and gloriously triumphant (cheers). I thank you for the patience with which you have heard me ; and I call on you, one and all, to give three hearty cheers for the Queen of England, and the Protestant...
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Lectures on British India: Delivered in the Friends' Meeting-house in ...

George Thompson - Great Britain - 1840 - 222 pages
...basis, and, lifting its head to heaven, be a beacon and a blessing to the world. (Applause.) Now, sirs, I have but to thank you for the patience with which you have listened to me through six long evenings. 1 have never come to this house but with a fainting spirit,...
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Lectures on British India: Delivered in the Friends' Meeting-house in ...

George Thompson - Great Britain - 1840 - 230 pages
...basis, and, lifting its head to heaven, be a beacon and a blessing to the world. (Applause.) Now, sirs, I have but to thank you for the patience with which you have listened to me through six long evenings. I have never come to this house but with a fainting spirit,...
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National Society's Monthly Paper

1849 - 336 pages
...was almost unknown until this day) ; I say under such circumstances we must succeed (cheers). I beg to thank you for the patience with which you have heard me, and will simply conclude by asking you to drink the healths of the ' Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishops...
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Theodore Parker's Experience as a Minister: With Some Account of His Early ...

Theodore Parker - 1859 - 202 pages
...nay, rather, I trust, only to postpone it for a few weeks. Now, I can but write this note in parting, to thank you for the patience with which you have heard me so long ; for the open-handed generosity which has provided for my unexpected needs ; for the continued...
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Theodore Parker's Experience as a Minister: With Some Account of His Early ...

Theodore Parker - 1859 - 198 pages
...nay, rather, I trust, only to postpone it for a few weeks. Now, I can but write this note in parting, to thank you for the patience with which you have heard me so long; for the open-handed generosity which has provided for my unexpected needs; for the continued...
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Life and Correspondence of Theodore Parker: Minister of the Twenty ..., Volume 2

John Weiss - Abolitionists - 1864 - 584 pages
...reviewing our past intercourse of now nearly fifteen years. Now, I can but write this note in parting, to thank you for the patience with which you have heard me so long ; for the open-handed generosity which has provided for my unexpected needs ; for the continued...
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Inaugural Addresses by Presidents of the Indian National Congress: With Mr ...

Dinakara Viṣṇu Gokhale - Constitutional history - 1895 - 262 pages
...will soon increase by leaps and bounds. Gentlemen, I have now concluded my preliminary remarks, and I thank you for the patience with which you have heard me, and have now to invite you to attack, with good appetite, the substantial bill of fare which will be placed...
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Rectorial Addresses: Delivered Before the University of Edinburgh, 1859-1899

University of Edinburgh - College addresses - 1900 - 382 pages
...the imperfection of these remarks, put together under the pressure of many and laborious occupations; to thank you for the patience with which you have heard me; to congratulate you on the progress and prosperity of Edinburgh University, as set forth in the recent...
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