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A General History of Ireland: From the Earliest Accounts to the Death of ... - Página 197
de John Huddlestone Wynne - 1773
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A Compleat History of Ireland, from the Earliest Accounts to the ..., Volumen 2

John Huddlestone Wynne - 1773
...your excellency; yet, being of opinion that a public declara^ tion of this kind, in this conjucturt of affairs ought properly and would with more countenance...likewife endanger what union there is at prefent in oppofjng the common enemy, and prejudice the hopes of a more perfect union for the future, wherein...
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An historical address on the calamities occasioned by foreign influence, in ...

Charles O'Conor - 1812
...Majesty's authority in your Excellencie, yet being of opinion, that a Publique Declaration of this kind ought properly, and would with more countenance and authority move from an Assembly than from us, wee most humbly beseech your Excellencie tp call an Assembly of the nation,...
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An Historical Address on the Calanities Occasioned by Foreign ..., Parte 2

1812 - 495 páginas
...Majesty'i authority in your Excellencie, yet being of opinion, that a Publique Declaration of this kind ought properly, and would with more countenance and authority move from an Assembly than from us, wee most humbly beseech your Excellencie to call an Assembly of the nation,...
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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England: Together ..., Volumen 7

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - 1849
...in his excellency ; yet being of opinion that a public declaration of that kind in that conjuncture of affairs ought properly, and would with more countenance and authority, move from an assembly than from them, and that from such a public declaration then from themselves they should wholly...
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