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" ... shall proceed against them in a legal and fair way, for I never meant any other. And now since I see I cannot do what I came for, I think this no unfit occasion to repeat what I have said formerly, That whatsoever I have done in favour, and to the... "
History of the English Revolution of 1640: Commonly Called the Great ... - Page 155
by Guizot (M., François) - 1846 - 515 pages
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The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England: Being a Faithful ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1761
...That whatfoever I have done in Favour, and to the Good, of my Subjects, I do mean to maintain, &c. * I will trouble you no more ; but tell you I do expect, as foon as they come to the Houfe, you will fend them to me ; otherwife I muft take my own Courfe to find...
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History of England, Volume 23

1763
...whatfoever I have * done in Favour, and to the Good, of my Subjects, * I do mean to maintain, &c. * I will trouble you no more ; but tell you I do ' expect, as foon as they come to the Houfe, you ' will fend them to me ; otherwife I muft take my * own Courfe...
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Cobbett's State Trials

Thomas Bayly Howell, Thomas Jones Howell, William Cobbett, David Jardine - Trials (Treason) - 1809
...That whatsoever I have done in ' favour, and to the good of my subjects, 1 do ' mean to maintain ir. I will trouble you no ' more, but tell you, I do expect, as soon a* ' they come to the House, you will send them ' to me ; otherwise I must take my own course ' to...
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The History of the Parliament of England: Which Began November the Third, M ...

Thomas May - Great Britain - 1812 - 337 pages
...That, whatsoever I have done in favour, and to the good, of my Subjects, I do mean to maintain it. I will trouble you no more, but tell you, I do expect,...send them to me : otherwise I must take my own course ro ; -find them. Die Mercurii, 5 January, J641. •COMMONS House -of PARLIAMENT. "WHEREAS his' Majesty,...
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An historical and critical account of the lives and writings of ..., Volume 2

William Harris - 1814
...: that whatsoever I have done in favour, and to the good of my subjects, I do mean to maintain it. I will trouble you no more; but tell you, I do expect,...house, you will send them to me; otherwise I must 4ake my own course to find them." " When the king was looking about the house, the speaker standing...
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of ..., Volume 2

William Harris - 1814
...: that whatsoever I have done in favour, and to the good of my subjects, I .do mean to maintain it. I will trouble you no more; but tell you, I do expect, as soon as they come to the Louse, you will send them to me; otherwise I must take my own course to find them." " When the king...
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., Volume 4

Trials - 1816
...That whatsoever I have done in ' favour, and to the good of my subjects, I do ' mean to maintain it. I will trouble you no ' more, but tell you, I do expect, as soon ns ' they come to the House, you will send them ' to me; otherwise I must take my own course ' to find...
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A History of the British Empire: From the Accession of Charles I ..., Volume 3

George Brodie - Great Britain - 1822
...formerly, that whatsoever I have done in favour, and to the good of my subjects, I mean to maintain it. I will trouble you no more, but tell you I do expect that, as soon as they come to the house, you will send them to me ; otherwise I must take my own course...
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Some memorials of John Hampden, his party and his times, Volume 2

George Nugent- Grenville (baron Nugent.) - 1832
...execute a committal for treason without examination and without warrant. ' I tell you I do expect ' that, as soon as they come to the House, ' you will send...otherwise I must ' take my own course to find them.' He must have known that the House could not, after the unanimous declaration for the defence of it's privileges,...
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Memoirs of John Selden and Notices of the Political Contest ..., Volume 25

George William Johnson - Great Britain - 1835 - 374 pages
...; that whatsoever I have done in favour, and to the good of my subjects, I do mean to maintain it. I will trouble you no more, but tell you I do expect...otherwise, I must take my own course to find them." The king having concluded his speech retired from the House, which was in great disorder ; and many...
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