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" There could be no hesitation on the part of Mr. Pitt; hut, having held the necessary conference with the Chancellor, he waited upon the King at the appointed time, and found him perfectly of sound mind, and in every respect as before his illness, competent... "
George the Third, His Court, and Family - Page 97
by John Galt - 1824
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 90, Part 1

1820
...afterwards, about one o'elock." There could be no hesitation on the part of Mr. Pitt; hut, having held the necessary conference with the Chancellor, he waited...affairs of his public station. This was the first nolice in any way which Mr. Pitt received of this most important event. The reports of the physicians...
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Memoirs of his late majesty George iii, Volume 1

Thomas Williams (Calvinist preacher.) - 1820
...off directly to the Minister. There could be no hesitation on the part of Mr. Pitt ; but having held the necessary conference with the Chancellor, he waited...affairs of his public station. This was the first direct notice which Mr. Pitt received of this most important event. The reports of the physicians had...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 9

1820
...afterwards, about one o'clock." There could be no hesitation on the part of Mr. Pitt : having held the necessary conference with the Chancellor, he waited...before his illness, competent to all the affairs of public station. This was the fjrst notice in any way which Mr. Pitt received of this most important...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 9

1820
...There could be no hesitation on the part of Mr. Pitt : having held the necessary conference with tlie Chancellor, he waited upon the King at the appointed...before his illness, competent to all the affairs of public station. This was the first notice in any way which Mr. Pitt received of thin most important...
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Georgiana: Or, Anecdotes of George the Third: With a Selection of Poetical ...

Ingram Cobbin - 1820 - 178 pages
...afterwards, about one o'clock." There could be no hesitation on the part of Mr. Pitt ; but having held the necessary conference with the chancellor, he waited...king at the appointed time, and found him perfectly sound of mind, and in eğery respect, as before his illness, competent to all i lit affairs of his...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 90

1820
...Pitt 5 but, having held the necessary conference with the Chancellor, he waited upon the King •t the appointed time, and found him perfectly of sound mind, and in every respect as before hit illness, competent to all the affairs of his puhlic station. This was the first notice in my way...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary, Volume 5

1821
...afterwards, about one o'clock." There could be no hesitation on the part of Mr. Pitt ; and having held the necessary conference with the Chancellor, he waited...competent to all the affairs of his public station. Never did a nation exhibit greater joy than was displayed by all ranks and conditions of men on this...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volume 4

Reuben Percy - 1820
...afterwards, about one o'clock." There could be no hesitation on the part of Mr. Pitt ; and having held the necessary conference with the chancellor, he waited upon the king at the appointed time. He found him perfectly of sound mind, and in every respect, as before his illness, competent to all...
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Memoirs of George the Fourth: Descriptive of the Most Interesting ..., Volume 1

Robert Huish - 1830 - 493 pages
...afterwards, about one o'clock.' There could be no hesitation on the part of Mr. Pitt ; and having held the necessary conference with the Chancellor, he waited upon the King at the appointed time. He found him perfectly of sound mind, and in every respect as before his illness, competent to all...
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The Private Life of a King: Embodying the Suppressed Memoirs of the Prince ...

John Banvard - 1875 - 672 pages
...at Kew about one o'clock." There could be no hesitation on the part of Mr. Pitt ; and, having held the necessary conference with the Chancellor, he waited upon the King at the appointed time. He found him perfectly of sound mind, and in every respect, as before his illness, competent to all...
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