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" I have heard) that when the bill had stuck long in the lower house and could get no passage, he commanded the commons to attend him in the forenoon in his gallery, where he let them wait till late in the afternoon, and then coming out of his chamber,... "
The Miscellaneous Works of John Hildrop - 第 195 頁
John Hildrop 著 - 1754
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The royal treasury of England: or, An historical account of all taxes ..., 第 8 卷

John Stevens - 1725 - 372 頁
...fack'd and raz'd as by an Enemy. It is true the Parliament did give them to him, but fo unwillingly, as I have heard, that when the Bill had ftuck long...Pafiage, he commanded the Commons to attend him in the Afternoon in his Gallery, where he let them wait till late in the Afternoon ; and then coming out of...
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Miscellaneous Works: A modest apology for the ancient and honourable family ...

John Hildrop - 1754
...religious Houfes under fuch a Value. * " It is true, faid he, " the Parliament did give them to him ; but fo un" willingly (as I have heard) that when the..." ftuck long in the lower Houfe, and could get no " Paflage, he commanded the Commons to attend " him in the Forenoon in his Gallery, where he let* "...
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Anecdotes of some distingushed persons: chiefly of the present and ..., 第 4 卷

William Seward - 1796
...facked, and razed, as by an enemy. It " is true the Parliament did give them to him, " but fo unwillingly (as I have heard), that when " the bill had ftuck long in the Lower Houfe,and " could get no pa/Tage, he commanded the Com" mons to attend him in the forenoon in his gal"...
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Anecdotes of Distinguished Persons: Chiefly of the Present and Two Preceding ...

William Seward - 1798
...enemy. It is true the Parliament did give " them to him, but fo unwillingly, (as I have « heard,) " heard,) that when the bill had ftuck long in " the Lower Houfe, and could get no pafifage, " he commanded the Commons to attend him *e in the forenoon in his gallery, where he let...
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A History of the Protestant "reformation," in England and Ireland: Showing ...

William Cobbett - 1824 - 284 頁
...historian says, that "the bill stuck long, in the " Lower House, and could get no passage, when the King " commanded the Commons to attend him in the forenoon in . " his gallery, where he let them wait till late in the after" noon, and then, coming out of his chamber, walking a " turn or two...
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The History and Fate of Sacrilege

Sir Henry Spelman - 1846 - 367 頁
...(as I have heard), that when the Bill had stuck long in the lower house, and could get no passage, he commanded the Commons to attend him in the forenoon in his gallery, where he let them wait till late in the afternoon, and then coming out of his chamber, walking a turn or two amongst...
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Curiosities of Literature. Edited by H. Mead

Henry Mead - 1846 - 230 頁
...unwillingly (as I have heard) that when the bill had stuck long in the Lower House and could not get passage, he commanded the Commons to attend him in the forenoon in his gallery, where he let them wait till late in the afternoon ; and then coming out of his chamber, walking a turn or two amongst...
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The progress of religious sentiment, the advancement of the principles of ...

Joseph Adshead - 1852
...Protestant historian, " The bill stuck so long in the lower house, and could get no passage, when the king commanded the Commons to attend him in the forenoon, in his gallery, where he let them wait until ihe afternoon, and then, coming out of his chamber, walking a time or two amongst them,...
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The progress of religious sentiment, the advancement of ... civil and ...

Joseph Adshead - 1852
...Protestant historian, " The bill stuck so long in the lower house, and couid get no passage, when the king commanded the Commons to attend him in the forenoon, in his gallery, where he let them wait until the afternoon, and then, coming out of hle chamber, walking a time or two amongst them,...
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The History and Fate of Sacrilege

Sir Henry Spelman - 1853 - 371 頁
...(as I have heard), that when the Bill had stuck long in the lower house, and could get no passage, he commanded the Commons to attend him in the forenoon in his gallery, where he let them wait till late in the afternoon, and then coming out of his chamber, walking a turn or two amongst...
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