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" God bless the King ! — I mean the faith's defender — God bless (no harm in blessing !) the Pretender ! But who Pretender is, or who is King — God bless us all ! — that's quite another thing. "
The Cambridge Tart: Epigrammatic and Satiric-poetical Effusions; &c. &c ... - Page 169
edited by - 1823 - 289 pages
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A new general biographical dictionary, projected and partly ..., Volume 5

New general biographical dictionary - 1848 - 1857 pages
...question. From the following epigram, it would seem that Byrom had been at one time a Jacobite : " God bless the king— I mean the faith's defender...blessing — the Pretender; But who pretender is, or who the king — God bless us all — is quite another thing." BYRON, (John,) the first lord Byron, nephew...
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1902
...the same [ie, to an officer in the army extempore, intended to allay the Violence of Party -Spirit." God bless the king, I mean the faith's defender ;...who pretender is, or who is king, God bless us all — that 's quite another thing. In that very interesting pamphlet by the Rev. Dr. Hoole entitled '...
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1872
...This clever equivoque is not accurately printed. The more correct version is the following : — " God bless the King, I mean the Faith's Defender. God bless — no harm in blessing — the Pretender ; Who that Pretender is, and who is Kinp, God bless us all — that "e quite another thing." These...
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1856
...and his amusing mode of defending his sentiments upon this point is still remembered and quoted : " God bless the King, I mean the Faith's Defender ;...is King, God bless us all — that's quite another Tiling." Vol. ip 342. I should be sorry to put the modesty of the Editor of " N. & Q." to the blush...
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Notes & Queries, Volume 5

William White - 1852
...printed in Italics, but not within in verted commas. Is it a quotation ? TD jHtnor Jacobite Toast. — " God bless the King, I mean the Faith's Defender. God bless — no harm in blessing — the Pretender ; Who that Pretender is, and who is King. God bless us all — that's quite another thing." Can any...
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European historical collections: comprising England, Scotland, with Holland ...

1855 - 568 pages
...— God bless the King! I mean our faith's defender I God bless (no harm in blessing) the Pretender 1 But who Pretender is, or who is King, God bless us all, that's quite another thing t The Rev. Thomas Cappock, the reputed Bishop of Carlisle, was brought to trial in that city ; and...
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1856
...and his amusing mode of defending his sentiments upon this point is still remembered and quoted : " God bless the King, I mean the Faith's Defender ;...God bless us all — that's quite another Thing." Vol. ip 342. I should be sorry to put the modesty of the Editor of " N. & Q." to the blush ; but in...
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of ...

1856
...This facetious remark recalls to mind Byrom's admirable epigram : — "God bless the King! I mean our faith's defender ; God bless — no harm in blessing...God bless us all! that's quite another thing !" (2) Charles Lennox second Duke of Richmond, born 1701 and ob. 1750. f) William Montagu second Duke of Manchester...
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine ..., Volume 40

1856
...facetious remark recalls to mind Byrom's admirable epigram : — " God bless the King ! I mean our faith's defender ; God bless — no harm in blessing...— God bless us all! that's quite another thing!" (*) Charles Lennox second Duke of Richmond, born 1701 and ob. 1750. C) William Montagu second Duke...
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The Humorous Poetry of the English Language: From Chaucer to Saxe

James Parton - 1856 - 689 pages
...known, Astonishment itself the work had done ! WHICH IS WHICH. BTROM. " GOD bless the King ! God bless the faith's defender ! God bless — no harm in blessing — the Pretender. But who that pretender is, and who that king, God bless us all, is quite another thing." ON SOME LINES OF LOPEZ...
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