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" Right, as to him feems belt, and moft for the Good and Benefit of his People, without Application to Parliament, either to approve or confirm. But admitting that of late Years Parliaments have thought themfelves... "
The Political state of Great Britain - Página 651
por Political state of Great Britain - 1716
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The benefits and advantages gain'd by the late septennial parliament, set in ...

1722
...King's Prerogative, and his Majefty may exercile that Right, as to him ftems beft, and moft for the Benefit of his People, without Application to Parliament,...interpofe their Advice in Treaties and Alliances, (though I de«ny it to be their Right ) this is ata' Argument lingly fiifficient to fiipport the Triennial...
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The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons: From the ..., Volumen6

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1742
...undeniably the King's Prerogative ; and the King may exercife that Right, as to him feems belt, and moft for the Good and Benefit of his People, without Application...of late Years Parliaments have thought themfelves intitled to interpofe their Advice in Treaties and Alliances, though I deny it to be their Right, this...
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The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - 1811
...undeniably the king's prerogative ; and the king may exercise that right, as to him seems best, and most for the good and benefit of his people, without application...admitting that of late years parliaments have thought themselves intitled to interpose their advice in treaties and alliances, though I deny it to be their...
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Historical Register

1717
...undeniably the King's Prerogative ; and his Majefty may exercife that Right, as to him feerns bell, and molt for the Good and Benefit of his People, without Application...thought themfelves entitled to interpofe their Advice in Traaties and Alliances, (though I deny it to be their Right) this is an Argument fingly fufficient...
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The Parliamentary History of England from the Earliest Period to ..., Volumen7

Great Britain. Parliament - 1811
...fcng may exercise that right, as to him seems bte, and most for the good and benefit of his pcopb, without application to parliament, either to approve or confirm. But admitting that of UM years parliaments have thought themselves *• titled to interpose their advice in treaties ant...
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