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" July, 1789, when a very small comparative Progress having been made, the Petitioners, from a Conviction of the Impossibility of any Decision by the Committee, were compelled to abandon their Petitions without any Effect, or Tendency towards Effect, after... "
The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of ... - Página 50
por Great Britain. Parliament - 1791
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volumen18

1790
...towards effeft, after a tedious and expenfive litigation of three months and three days; and with .in expence to the petitioning Candidate of more than 14,000!. " That under thefe circumrtances, as the Petitioner declined demanding a fcrutiny hefore the Returning Officer, fo is...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 ..., Volumen4

1801
...impossibility of any decision by the committee, were compelled to abandon their petitions, withflut any effect, or tendency towards effect, after a tedious and expensive...expence to the petitioning candidate of more than 14,0001. " That, under these circumstances, as the Petitioner declined demanding a scrutiny before...
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Public Characters, Volumen4

1804
...impossibility of any decision by the Committee, were compelled to abandon their petitions, without any effect, or tendency towards effect, after a tedious and expensive...expence to the petitioning candidate of more than 14,0001. " That, under these circumstances, as the Petitioner declined demanding a scrutiny before...
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Proceedings in an Action for Debt Between the Right Honourable Charles James ...

Charles James Fox - 1819 - 80 páginas
...Impossibility of any Decision by the Committee, were compelled to abandon their Petitions without any Effect, or Tendency towards Effect, after a tedious and expensive...Expence to the Petitioning Candidate of more than Fourteen Thousand Pounds: " That under these circumstances, as the Petitioner declined demanding a...
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Annual Register, Volumen33

Edmund Burke - 1824
...committee, were compelled to abandon their petitions without any effect, or tendency towardseffect, after a tedious and expensive litigation of three...expence to the petitioning candidate of more than 14.000/. That under these circumstances, as the petitioner declined demanding a scrutiny before the...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volumen18

1790
...abandon their Petitipns without any effect, or tendency towards effedt, after a tedious anJ, expenfive litigation of three months and three days ; and with...circumftances, as the. Petitioner declined demanding a fcrutiny he. fore the Returning Officer, fo is he compelled to difclaim all [crutiny before a Committee of the...
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