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By the right honorable the lords, commissioners for the office of Earl Marshall of England

England and Wales. Earl Marshal.

By the right honorable the lords, commissioners for the office of Earl Marshall of England

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Published by W. Stansby? in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hatchments -- Law and legislation,
  • Escutcheons (Heraldry) -- Law and legislation,
  • Nobility -- Heraldry -- Early works to 1800,
  • Great Britain -- History -- James I, 1603-1625

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1875:96
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 leaves
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15401317M

    Memorial from the seperate traders to Africa. Long lost to realms beneath the northern skies She shines supreme, while hated faction dies: Soon as appear'd the Goddess long desir'd, Sick at the view, she languish'd and expir'd; Thus from the splendors of the morning light The owl in sadness seeks the caves of night. A British officer, named Pringle, was at that moment confined in a subterranean cell under the Guildhall, and the police were on the watch for others. He could not give his assent to the opinion, that if Holstein were occupied by the French, Zealand would be at their mercy. During a tempestuous passage, this vessel shipped much water, and her cargo swelled to such a degree that her deck parted, and she was in the most imminent danger of being lost.

    Sharp attending, presented to their lordships a copy of the minutes of Assembly of Barbadoes of the 3rd and 6th of November last [fo. Brown received it. Valery last Saturday, to inquire if he is still alive; but the unfeeling rascal of a commandant fired at us, instead of replying to my letter. If any thing can compensate his friends for his loss, it must be the knowledge of his having fallen, as he has ever lived, in the performance of gallant and glorious actions.

    I will not consume more of your lordship's time by a longer preamble, being sensible many noble lords will be extremely anxious to deliver their opinions also; I shall therefore proceed to animadvert shortly upon the prominent features of the Speech, leaving to others the detail, who will be better able to do justice to the same. No sooner had Austria and Russia fallen, than France became ruler of the continent of Europe. He was nominated a K. It was an unfortunate circumstance, my lords, that the Danish fleet, the only object of our solicitude, should be encircled by the walls of the capital, thereby causing misfortune, which every humane mind would wish to have avoided; but it is creditable to the arms of this country, and meritorious in the officers commanding the expedition, that every attempt was made to prevent a loss that was inevitable.


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By the right honorable the lords, commissioners for the office of Earl Marshall of England book

Earl Marshal

No more, America, in mournful strain Of wrongs, and grievance unredress'd complain, No longer shalt thou dread the iron chain, Which wanton Tyranny with lawless hand Had made, and with it meant t' enslave the land.

The noble lord had misunderstood the facts, when he asserted that this country did not acquire its information by legitimate means. Hawkins, of the Magicienne, were much praised by Mr. Brown wished to go to the principal inn, to bespeak beds; but neither of them By the right honorable the lords listen to such a proposal; they had pledged their words to return to the inn where they had left their travelling acquaintance.

Lady, the Leader of the Opposition", "his right hon. They also presented to their lordships their proposals for enlarging and improving the trade to Africa in a regulated Company as that to Turkey or Russia, which was also read.

Why were not the Secret Articles of the Treaty of Tilsit produced? Copy of an Order on representation for repealing the Act about qualification of magistrates.

When we contemplate the crisis in which we are placed, and the information derived from the speech, by which we learn, that in addition to the hostility of France, Spain, Holland and Italy, which we knew before, Russia, Austria and Denmark are also hostile, and Portugal lost, we surely may be excused for considering, whether any means exist of obtaining a just and honourable peace.

Town Residence. I must, however, take notice of some at least apparent contradictions in the language and conduct of the noble lords on the' other side. The Anglo-Frenchman answered, that the boat was No. There was at that time a large lugger privateer, the Vimereux of 14 four-pounders and 78 men, including fifteen chosen grenadiers from the camp at Boulogne, lying at an anchor in the bay of St.

When the grounds upon which the expedition to Copenhagen is justified, are thus shifted, is it not of the utmost importance, that we should have some information as to the real state of the case? When the first compliments were over, Mr.

I sent a flag-of-truce to St. Hail, happy day, when, smiling like the morn, Fair Freedom rose New-England to adorn: The northern clime beneath her genial ray, Dartmouth, congratulates thy blissful sway: Elate with hope her race no longer mourns, Each soul expands, each grateful bosom burns, While in thine hand with pleasure we behold The silken reins, and Freedom's charms unfold.

Yorke, formerly Secretary of War and Secretary of State, was about the same time nominated First Lord Commissioner, in which post he continued for two years. But, when such an imputation is cast, I would call for proofs to sustain it. This accomplished, he hastened back to attempt their deliverance.

Attorney General with the draught of a Bill about rate of foreign coin. There was no ground for calling in question the disposition of ministers to make peace, when it could be done with security and honour to the country: The way to restore peace was, to adopt a plan of expenditure that should enable us to carry on the war, and to convince the enemy of the hopelessness of his pursuing it with a view of ruining our finances.Page - How his grace should be restored, in case the commissioners should find him irregular?

All agreed, that it could not be otherwise done, than by restitution from the king; but they varied in the manner. The bishop of Winchester, the lord chief justice, and Dr.

Steward, thought it should be done by the king, and by him alone. Der Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales (sylvaindez.comerrichter) war bis zur Britischen Verfassungsreform im Jahre als Vorsitzende Richter sowohl der Strafrechtsabteilung am Court of Appeal als auch der Queen’s Bench Division des High Court der zweithöchste Richter der Courts of England and Wales nach dem sylvaindez.com der Reform hat der Lord Chief Justice die.

A collection of such of the orders heretofore used in Chauncery, with such alterations & additions thereunto, as the Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners for the Great Seal of England, by and with the advice and assistance of the Honorable the Master of the Rolls, have thought fit at present (in order to a further reformation now under their.

By the right reverend Dr. Jos. Hall, then Lord Bishop of Exon. And printed in the year Hall, Joseph, / [] A sermon preached at the happily-restored and reedified chappell of the Right Honorable the Earle of Exceter in his house, of S.

Iohns On Saint Stephens day. By Ios. Hall, Deane of Worcester. Right Honourable definition: (in Britain and certain Commonwealth countries) a title of respect for a Privy Councillor | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples Log In Dictionary. [Circular] [electronic resource]: unto the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, the humble memorial of the members of the emigration societies in Glasgow and its vicinity, showeth that your memorialists are enduring severe privations .