The Chronology of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: Comprehending Every Important Transaction, from the Year 1700, to the Close of the Year 1825
Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, 1826 - 688页
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第133页 - One thousand seven hundred and forty seven, no Man or Boy, within that Part of Great Britain called Scotland, other than such as shall be employed as Officers and Soldiers in His Majesty's Forces, shall, on any Pretence whatsoever...
第162页 - This morning, at twenty minutes past twelve o'clock, her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales was safely delivered of a Princess.
第96页 - A motion was made in the house of commons, that an humble address be presented to his majesty, praying that he would be pleased to remove the Right Hon. Sir Robert Walpole, first commissioner of the treasury, and chancellor of the exchequer, from his presence and councils for ever.
第657页 - It has also been my object to make it appear from the opinions I shall be found to have advanced, whether new or old, of how much consequence to the Christian religion is the liberty not only of winnowing and sifting every doctrine, but also of thinking, and even writing respecting it, according to our individual faith and persuasion...
第435页 - Bellingham, who fancied that his just claims had been neglected by government. The murderer was tried at the Old Bailey, and executed ; but he seemed to feel little remorse for the horrid crime which he had committed.
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第79页 - Act to repeal the Statute made in the First Year of the Reign of King James the First, intituled, An Act against Conjuration, Witchcraft, and dealing with evil and wicked Spirits...