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" Parliament will be called to the result thus obtained, with a view to such improvements in the laws which regulate the rights of voting in the election of members of the House of Commons as may tend to strengthen our free institutions and conduce to the... "
Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed Passages of the ... - Página 508
de Gilbert Burnet, Martin Joseph Routh, Sir Thomas Burnet - 1823
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History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed Passages of the ..., Volumen 4

Gilbert Burnet - 1823
...consequence of this, (but from what period I cannot say,) without tbe intervention of any particular law for it, except what I shall mention presently, the clergy...two acts of parliament which suppose it to be now a right. The acts are the loth of Anne, chap. 23 ; 18th of George II. chap. 18. And here it is best,...
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The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry VII. to ...

Henry Hallam - 1827 - 384 páginas
...of this ( but from what period I cannot say ) , without the intervention of any particular .law for it, except what I shall mention presently, the clergy...in virtue of their ecclesiastical freeholds. This has constantly been practised from the time it first began ; there are two acts of parliament which...
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The Constitutional History of England: From the Accession of ..., Volumen 4

Henry Hallam - 1827
...consequence of this (but from what period I cannot, say), without the intervention of any particular law for it, except what I shall mention presently, the clergy...in virtue of their ecclesiastical freeholds. This has constantly been practised from the time it first began ; there are two acts of parliament which...
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Burn's Ecclesiastical Law

Richard Burn - 1842
...consequence of this (but from what period I cannot say), without the intervention of any particular law for it, except what I shall mention presently, the clergy...there are two acts of parliament which suppose it now a right. These acts are, the 10th of Anne, c. 23, and 18th of Geo. 2, c. 18; and here it is best...
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Synodalia: A Collection of Articles of Religion, Canons ..., Volumen 2

Church of England - 1842
...(who are not lords of parliament) have assumed, and without any objection enjoyed, the pri- 25 vilege of voting in the election of members of the house...two acts of parliament which suppose it to be now a right. The acts are the 1oth of Anne, chap. 23, and the i8th of George II. chap. 18. And here it is...
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Synodalia: A Collection of Articles of Religion, Canons, and ..., Volumen 2

Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Convocation, Edward Cardwell - 1842 - 857 páginas
...(who are not lords of parliament) have assumed, and without any objection enjoyed, the pri- 25 vilege of voting in the election of members of the house...two acts of parliament which suppose it to be now a right. The acts are the loth of Anne, chap. 23, and the i8th of George II. chap. 18. And here it is...
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The history of the Church of England in the colonies and foreign ..., Volumen 3

James Stuart Murray Anderson - 1856
...occurred. But, in 1665, this privilege of self-taxation was silently given up by the Clergy ; and that of voting in the election of members of the House of Commons by virtue of their ecclesiastical freeholds seems, by common consent, to have been substituted for...
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the ..., Volumen 9

Cassell, ltd - 1865
...to the result thus obtained, with a view to such improvement in tho laws which regulate the rights of voting in the election of members of the House of Commons as may strengthen our free institutions and conduce to the public welfare." Words like this gave Mr....
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

1866
...to the result thus obtained, with a view to such improvements in the laws which regulate the rights of voting in the election of members of the House of Commons аз may tend to strengthen our free institutions, and conduce to the public welfare." And this is...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the ..., Volumen 220

1866
...to the result thus obtained, with a vie\v to such improvements in the laws which regulate the rights of voting in the election of members of the House of Commons as may tend to strengthen our free institutions and conduce to the public welfare. " In these and in...
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