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" Religion, language, interest, affections may, and I hope will, yet prove a bond of permanent union between the two countries. "
The History of England: From the Accession of King George the Third, to the ... - Page 544
by John Adolphus - 1802
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The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and ..., 4. köide

1782
...monarchy is to the enjoyment of constitutional liberty. Religion — language— intcrcfl — afTcftions, may, and I hope will yet prove a bond of permanent...two countries : to this end, neither attention nor dHpofition (hall be wanting on my part. While I have carefully abftaincd from, all oflcnfivc operations...
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The Scots Magazine, 44. köide

1782
...monarchy is to the -enjoyment of conflitutional liberty. Religion— language— inte reft — aliénions may, and I hope will yet prove a bond of permanent...two countries: To this end, neither attention nor difpolition lhall be wanting on iny part. While I have carefully abftained from all oflenfive operations...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, 26. köide

Edmund Burke - 1800
...tO''trfe enjoyment' of conftitiitiofizf! liberty Religion — language interdt— ' — affeftions, may, and I hope will yet prove a bond of permanent union be;wten the two countries: to this end, nrithtr attention nor difpofuion (hall ke wan' ing On my parr....
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The History of England: From the Accession of King George the ..., 3. köide

John Adolphus - 1802
...monarchy is to the • enjoyment of conftitutional liberty. Religion. —language—intereft—affections, may, and I hope will yet prove a bond of permanent...two countries : to this end, neither attention nor ilifpofition ihall be wanting on my part." AMON-G many other topics, the fpeech mentioned the valiant...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - 1815
...essential monarchy-is to the enjoyment of constitutional liberty.— Religion — language — interest — affections, may, and I hope will yet prove a bond...two countries: to this end, neither attention nor disposition on my part shall be wanting. — While I have carefully abstained from all offensive operations...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke: In the House of ..., 2. köide

Edmund Burke - 1816
...essential monarchy is to the enjoyment of constitutional liberty. Religion — language- — interest — affections may, and I hope will yet prove a bond of...two countries : to this end, neither attention nor disposition, on my part, shall be wanting. " While I have carefully abstained from all offensive operations...
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History of the Rise, Progress, and Existing Condition of the Western Canals ...

Elkanah Watson - 1820 - 210 lehte
...essential monarchy is to the enjoyment of constitutional liberty. Religion, language, interests, and affections, may, and I hope, will yet prove a bond of permanent union between the two countries." I. j • ble necessity of constructing a good harbour to shelter vessels coming from this and the upper...
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The Public and Private Life of His Late...Majesty, George the Third ...

Robert Huish - 1821 - 724 lehte
...monarchy is to the enjoyment of constitutional liberty. — Religion — language — interest — affections may, and I hope will yet prove a bond of...two countries : to this end, neither attention nor disposition shall be wanting on my part. While I have carefully abstained from all offensive operations...
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AN ORATION DELIVERED AT PLYMOUTH DECEMBER 22, 1824

EDWARD EVERETT - 1825
...how essential monarchy is to the enjoyment of constitutional liberty. Religion, language, interest, affections may, and I hope will yet prove a bond of...the two countries. To this end neither attention nor disposition on my part shall be wanting." Memorable words, for they admit the national error. But the...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Samuel Romilly, 1. köide

Sir Samuel Romilly - 1840
...how essential monarchy is to the enjoyment of constitutional liberty. Religion, language, interest, affections may, and I hope will, yet prove a bond...two countries. To this end, neither attention nor disposition shall be wanting on my part. While I have carefully abstained from all offensive operations...
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