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" Condition, do not fai!r every one severally, according to his Place, Office, or Charge, to proceed in the performance and Execution of all Duties thereunto Belonging, as formerly appertained unto them during the Life of onr said kite Royal Grandfather. "
Historical Register - Page 90
by C. H. Green - 1724
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The Historical Register: containing ... relation of all ..., Volume 1

1724
...according to his Place, Office, or Charge, ti proceed in the Performance and Execution of all Ducie thereunto belonging, as formerly appertain'd unto...Queen was living And further, we do hereby will and commuid all am fingnlar our loving Subjects, of what Eftate or Degre< they or any of them be, to be...
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The history and proceedings of the House of lords, from the Restoration in ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords - 1742
...known. That all Perfons then in Offices, of U'hatfoeyer Degree or Condition, (hall not fail, every one according to his Place, Office, or Charge, to proceed...Execution of all Duties thereunto belonging, as formerly appertained to them while the late King was living ; and that all the King's Subjects (hould be aiding...
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The History and Proceedings of the House of Lords from the Restoration in ...

Ebenezer Timberland - 1742
...known. That all Perfons then in Offices, of whatfoever Degree or Condition, (hall not fail, every one according to his Place, Office, or Charge, to proceed...Execution of all Duties thereunto belonging, as formerly appertained to them while the late King was Jiving ; and that all the King's Subjects mould be aiding...
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The history and proceedings of the House of Lords, from the ..., Volume 1

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords - 1742
...(hen in Offices, of whatfoever Degree or Condition, (hall not (ail, every one according to his Plať, Office, or Charge, to proceed in the Performance and...Execution of all Duties thereunto belonging, as formerly appertained to them while the late King was living ; and that all the King's Subjefls (hould be aiding...
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Colonial Records of Pennsylvania, Volume 8; Volume 1852

Samuel Hazard - 1852
...Condition> do-not fail,, every one severally, according to his- Place, Office, or Charge, toproceed in the performance and Execution of all Duties thereunto belonging, as formerly appertained unto them during the Life of our said late Royal Grandfiuher. And farther we do hereby...
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Pennsylvania Archives

1852
...all other Oaths, as required by the eaid Act, and in the mean time do not fail every one severally, according to his Place, Office, or Charge, to proceed in the performance and execution of all Duties belonging to their respective Offices. And We do hereby require and command all our subjects to be...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 13

1875
...whatsoever Degree or Condition may not fail, every one severally, according to his Place, Offices, or Charge, to proceed in the Performance and Execution of all Duties thereunto belonging, as formerly appertained unto them, anil every of them while the Late Kings Majesty was living. - And further His...
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Archives of Maryland, Volume 25

William Hand Browne, Clayton Colman Hall, Bernard Christian Steiner - 1905
...and all other Oaths as required by the sd Act, And in the meantime do not faile every one severally according to his Place Office or Charge to proceed in the Performance and Execution of all Duties belonging to their respective Offices And we do hereby require & cofnand all his Matys Subjects to...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 13

1875
...whatsoever Degree or Condition may not fail, every one severally, according to his Plact, Offices, or Charge, to proceed in the Performance and Execution of all Duties therennto belonging, as formerly appertained unto them, aml every of them while the Late Kings Majesty...
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