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Página 443 - I have come to cast upon the earth: fire, sword, and war. For there will be five in a house: three will be against two, and two against three, the father against the son, and the son against the father. And they will stand solitary.
Página 303 - Committee are warranted in stating, that there appeared a general concurrence of opinion amongst those of the witnesses who were examined, as to the expediency of affording parliamentary relief in the manner in which it was afforded by the issue of exchequer bills in the year 1793, although there was some difference as to the extent of benefit which might be expected to be derived from such relief.
Página 55 - Exchequer moved the order of the day for going into a Committee on the motion that a Supply be granted to his Majesty.
Página 2 - ... were manifested during this contest by the inhabitants of Sicily, and from the cooperation of the naval means which •were directed by his Sicilian Majesty to this object. In Portugal, and at Cadiz, the defence of which constituted the principal object of his Majesty's exertions in the last campaign, the designs of the enemy have been hitherto frustrated. The consummate skill, prudence...
Página 3 - Gentlemen of the House of Commons We are direiled to acquaint you, that his Royal Highness the Prince Regent has given his commands that the Estimates for the expenditure of the current year should be laid before you ; and his Royal Highness has great satisfaction in acquainting you, that although the difficulties under which the commerce of this Kingdom has laboured, have in...
Página 264 - ... or of publishing or having published, or of causing or having caused to be given or published, any written or other notice of the election and appointment, in any manner, of such representative, delegate, or manager, as aforesaid ; or of attending, voting, or acting, or of having attended, voted, or acted, in any manner, in the choice or appointment of such representative, delegate, or manager.
Página 350 - Exchequer having moved the order of the day for going into a Committee of Supply...
Página 75 - That an humble address be presented to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent to...
Página 515 - Was it to be endured," said he, " that while the British troops were performing prodigies of valour in an unequal contest, that those allies, for whose independence they were fighting, should stand by cold-blooded spectators of deeds, the bare recital of which should have been enough to warm every man of them into a hero ? If indeed, they had been so many mercenaries, and had been hired to fight for a foreign power and in behalf of a foreign cause ;- — if they...
Página 576 - Portugal have been exposed m their persons and property, in consequence of the invasion of that country, and especially from the wanton and savage barbarity exercised by the French armies, in their recent retreat, which cannot Fail to affect the hearts of all persons who have any sense of religion or humanity, desires to be enabled by the House of Commons to afford the suffering subjects of his Majesty's good and faithful Ally, such speedy and effectual relief as may be suitable to this interesting...