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The History and Description of the City of Exeter: And Its Environs, Ancient ... - Page 175
by Alexander Jenkins - 1806 - 451 pages
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“The” Secret History of Europe...: The Whole Collected from ..., Volume 2

Mr. Oldmixon (John) - Europe - 1712
...Almighty God, to his Highnefs the Prince of Orange, and to ove another, to ftick firm to this Caufe, in the Defence of it, and never to depart from it, until our Religion, Laws and Liberties are fo far fecured to us in a Free Parliament, that we jhatt be no more in Danger vf falling under Popery...
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An Historical Essay Upon the Loyalty of Presbyterians in Great ..., Volume 1

James Kirkpatrick - Dissenters, Religious - 1713 - 564 pages
...Almighty God, to his Highnefs the Prince of Orange, and to one another, to flirt firm to this Caufe, in the Defence of it, and never to depart from it, until our Religion, Laws and Liberties are fo far fecur'd to us in a Free Parliament, that we mall be no more in danger of falling under Popery...
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An excursion from Sidmouth to Chester, in the summer of 1803, Volume 1

Edmund Butcher - 1805 - 462 pages
...God, and the Prince of Orange, and with one another, to stick firm to this cause, and to one another, in the defence of it, and never to depart from it...secured to us, in a free Parliament, that we shall be no longer in danger of falling under Popery and slavery. — And whereas we are engaged in the 287 common...
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The History and Description of the City of Exeter: And Its Environs, Ancient ...

Alexander Jenkins - Exeter (England) - 1806 - 451 pages
...of Orange, and. to one another, " to stick firm in this cause in the defence of it, and never to V depart from it, until our Religion, Laws, and Liberties,...be no more in danger of falling under Popery, and Sla" very. And whereas we are engaged in this common cause " under the protection of the Prince of...
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A Concise Account of the City of Exeter: Its Neighbourhood, and Adjacent ...

Shirley Woolmer - Exeter (England) - 1811 - 104 pages
...Almighty God and the Prince of Orange, and with one another to stick timi to this canse nnd one another in the defence of it, and never to depart from it,...secured to us in a free Parliament, that we shall be no longer in danger of falling under Popery and Slavery. And whereas we are engaged in the common canse...
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The History of the House of Orange; Or, A Brief Relation of the Glorious and ...

R. B. - Great Britain - 1814 - 144 pages
...this cause, and to one another in defence of it; and never to depart from it till our religion, our laws and liberties are so far secured to us in a free...shall be no more in danger of falling under Popery and slavery. And whereas we are engaged in this common cause, under the protection of the Prince of Orange...
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A concise account of the city of Exeter, its neighbourhood, and adjacent ...

Shirley Woolmer - 1821
...Almighty God and the Prince of Orange, and with one another, to stick firm to this cause and one another, in the defence of it, and never to depart from it,...secured to us in a free Parliament, that we shall be no longer in danger of falling under Popery and Slavery. And whereas we are engaged in the common cause...
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The history of Devonshire, Volume 1

Thomas Moore (writer on Devon.) - 1829
...Highness the Prince of Orange, and with one another, to stick firm to this cause and with one another, in the defence of it, and never to depart from it, until our religion, laws and liberties are so far secure to us in a free Parliament, that we shall be no more in danger of falling under Popery and slavery....
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The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, from the ..., Volume 2

Robert Wodrow, Robert Burns - Scotland - 1830
...Almighty God, to his highness the prince of Orange, and to one another, to stick firm to this canse, in the defence of it, and never to depart from it,...religion, laws, and liberties, are so far secured to ns in n free parliament, that we shall be no more in danger of falling under popery and slavery. And...
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The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, from the ..., Volume 2

Robert Wodrow - Scotland - 1830
...engage to Almighty God, to his highness the pri nee of Orange, and to one another, to stick finn to this cause, in the defence of it, and never to depart from it, until our religion, laws, au'l liherties, arc so far secured to us in a free parliament, that we shall he no more in danger of...
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