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" His Royal Highness was not himself to judge when he was entitled to exercise it. The two Houses of Parliament, as the organs of the nation, were alone entitled to pronounce when the Prince ought to take possession of and exercise his right. "
Life of the Right Honourable William Pitt - Pagina 5
door Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1861
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A Biographical Index to the Present House of Commons: Corrected to March, 1806

Joshua Wilson - 1806 - 625 pagina’s
...natural demise. At the same time he acknowledged, that the two houses of parliament were alone competent to pronounce when the Prince ought to take possession of, and exercise his right." During the spring of 1789, Mr. Fox moved for, and at length obtained, the repeal of the shop tax act....
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An Historical Review of the State of Ireland from the Invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - 1806
...the case of his natural demise. And as to the right, which he conceived the Prince of Wales had, he was not himself to judge when he was entitled to exercise it; but the two houses of parliament, as the organs of the nation, were alone qualified to pronounce when...
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The British Cicero: Or, A Selection of the Most Admired Speeches ..., Volume 2

1808
...a natural and perfect demise ; and as to this right, which he conceived the Prince of WALES had, he was not himself to judge when he was entitled to exercise it; but the two Houses of Parliament, as the organs of the nation, were alone qualified to pronounce when...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - 1815
...natural and perfect demise : and, as to this right, which he conceived the Prince of Wales had, he was not himself to judge when he was entitled to exercise it; but the two Houses of parliament, as the organs of the nation, were alone qualified to pronounce when...
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A Biographical Memoir of His Late Royal Highness Frederick, Duke of York and ...

John Watkins - 1827 - 591 pagina’s
...to judge of the circumstances which caused it to be requisite. His right was perfect and entire, but the two houses of parliament, as the organs of the nation, were alone qualified to pronounce when he ought to enter into possession of the power. He eulogized the Prince...
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A Biographical Memoir of His Late Royal Highness Frederick, Duke of York and ...

John Watkins - 1827 - 591 pagina’s
...to judge of the circumstances which caused it to be requisite. His right was perfect and entire, but the two houses of parliament, as the organs of the nation, were alone qualified to pronounce when he ought to enter into possession of the power. He eulogized the Prince...
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A biographical memoir of ... Frederick, duke of York and Albany

John Watkins - 1827
...judge of the circumstances which caused it to be requisite. His right was perfect and entire, but th« two houses of parliament, as the organs of the nation, were alone qualified to pronounce when he ought te enter into possession of the power. He eulogized the Prince...
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Select British Eloquence: Embracing the Best Speeches Entire, of the Most ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1853 - 947 pagina’s
..." as to tin's right, the Prince himself was not to judge irhcn he was entitled to exercise it. but the two Houses of Parliament, as the organs of the nation, were alone qualified to pronounce icJien the Prince ought to take possession of and exercise this right." 15 Mr....
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - 1853 - 862 pagina’s
...undergone a natural and perfect demise: and, to this right, which he conceived the Prince of Wales had, he was not himself to judge when he was entitled to exercise it; but the two Houses of Parliament, as the organs of the nation, were alone qualified to pronounce when...
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The Life and Times of Charles James Fox, Volume 2

Earl John Russell Russell - 1859
...having undergone a natural demise. And as to this right, which he conceived the Prince of Wales had, he was not himself to judge when he was entitled to exercise it, but the two Houses of Parliament, as the organs of the nation, were alone qualified to pronounce when...
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