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" Holland, he has judged it expedient to adopt additional measures of precaution for the security of his dominions... "
Annals of the Reign of King George the Third: From Its Commencement in the ... - Page 133
by John Aikin - 1816
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The history of England, by D. Hume, continued by T. Smollett, and to the ...

David Hume - 1859
...for defensive arrangements. The message stated that discussions of great importance were carrying on between his majesty and the French government, the result of which was uncertain. His majesty said that he relied with confidence on parliament to enable him to take such measures as...
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PERILS AND PANICS OF INVASION

HUMPHREY BLUNT - 1860
...precaution for the security of his dominions ; that discussions of great importance were carrying on between His Majesty and the French Government, the result of which was uncertain ; and he, therefore, relied with confidence on Parliament to enable him to take such measures as circumstances...
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Inleiding tot eene geschiedenis der Nederlandsche diplomatie. 2 ..., Part 2

Georg Willem Vreede - 1864
...for the security of the King's dominions, that discussions uf grt importance, were carryiug on between His Majesty and the French Government, the result of which was uncertain," enz. (A/iuual Rfyister 1803, p. 87). de zijde van BONAPARTE, voorzieningen plaats gevonden, aan welke...
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The History of Napoleon the First, Volume 2

Pierre Lanfrey - France - 1872
...represented by France as directed to the colonial service, yet, as discussions of great importance subsisted between his Majesty and the French Government, the result of which was uncertain, his Majesty was induced to make the communication to his faithful Commons, and relied on their assistance...
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Memorials of Liverpool, Historical and Topographical: Including a ..., Volume 1

Sir James Allanson Picton - Liverpool (England) - 1873
...alluding to the alarming state of affairs, and stating that as discussions of great importance were subsisting between his Majesty and the French Government, the result of which must be uncertain,^ his Majesty is induced to make this communication to his faithful Commons, in the...
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Annual Register, Volume 45

Edmund Burke - History - 1805
...precaution, for the security of the king's dominions : that discussions of grout importance, were carrying on between his majesty and the French government, the result of which was uncertain ; and therefore, relyng with Confidence 04 parliament, О to enable him to take such mea' sures, as...
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the later correspondence of george 3

...Majesty refers are avowedly directed to colonial service, yet, as discussions of great importance are now subsisting between his Majesty and the French Government, the result of which must at present be uncertain, his Majesty is induced to make this communication to his faithful Commons...
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