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Historical Register - Page 76
by C. H. Green - 1724
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The history of the reign of Queen Anne: digested into annals, Volume 5

Abel Boyer - 1707
...confidering, that fuch Great and Publicl^Bleffings do call for Publicly and Solemn Ack>iowledgments, VVe have thought fit, by the Advice of our Privy Council, to iffue cut this our . Royal Proclamation, hereby Appointing and Commanding, That a. General Thanksgiving to...
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The Political State of Great Britain, Volume 9

1715
...(according to our moft hearty De/ire) Flourijh and Increafe under our Adminiflration and Government^ we have thought fit by the Advice of our Privy Council to iffue this our Royal Proclamation , and do hereby declare our Royal Parpofe and Refilution to Difcountenance and Punijh alt manner of...
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The Historical Register: containing ... relation of all ..., Volume 1

1724
...brought to Juftice, and for preventing the like traiterous and riotous Affemblies for the future, we have thought fit, by the Advice of our Privy Council, to iffue this our Royal Proclamation, hereby ftri£tly commanding and requiring all our Juftices of the Peace, and all other our Civil Officers,...
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Rejoice with trembling, a sermon

John Allen - 1746
...call for fobmn and pubiick Acknowledgements, We have thought fit by the Advice of our Privy-Council, to iffue this our royal Proclamation ; hereby appointing...commanding, That a general Thankfgiving to Almighty God, for his Mercies, be obferved throughout England, &c. Offober 9. And we do ftriclly charge and command that...
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Annual Register, Volume 14

Edmund Burke - 1772
...Johir Wheble and R. Thompfon, with a protnife of reward for the fame ; we have thought fit, by and with the advice of our Privy Council, to iffue this our Royal Proclamation, hereby requiring and commanding all our loving fubjefts whatfoever, to difcover and apprehend, or caufe the...
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A narrative of the proceedings of Lord Geo. Gordon, and the persons ...

Protestant association. London - 1780 - 66 pages
...: We therefore, taking the fame into our moft ferious confideration, have thought fit, by and with the advice of our Privy Council, to iffue this our Royal Proclamation, hereby ftrictly charging and exhorting all our loving Subjects to preferve the Peace, and to keep themfelves,...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1787
...(according to our nioft hearty defire) flouriih and increafe under our adminiftration and government, have thought fit, by the advice of our Privy Council, to iffue this our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby declare our Royal purpofe and resolution to difcountenance and puniih all manner of vice,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 57, Part 1

1787
...(according To our moft hearty defire) flourifh and incpeafe under oar admimfrration and government, have thought fit, by the advice of our Privy Council, to iffue riiis our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby dccUre oar . roy<l parpofe and rcfolutinn to difcoumenanre...
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THE PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER; OR HISTORY OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES OF THE ...

J DE BRETT - 1792
...feditious practices aforefaid, and to deter all per'* fbns from following fo pernicious an example, have " thought fit, by the advice of our Privy Council, to " iffue this our Royal proclamation, folemnly warning " all our loving fubje6ts, as they tender their own hap" pinefs, and that of their...
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History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament - 1792
...feditious practices aforefaid, and to deter all per" fons from following fo pernicious an example, have " thought fit, by the advice of our Privy Council, to " iffue this our Royal proclamation, folemnly warning " all our loving fubjects, as they tender their own hap" pinefs, and that of their...
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