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" ... be the perfect freedom, in the fairest and fullest sense, of all descriptions of men, without distinction of religion. ' To this purpose we spoke; and speaking this to no purpose, withdrew. It now remains to add this supplication, However it may please... "
An appeal to the commons and citizens of London. [Followed by] the preface ... - Page 15
by Charles Lucas - 1756 - 75 pages
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Union Pamphlets, Volume 1

Ireland - 1798
...under the fame legiflature. — To this purpifs I have fpoken, and having fpoken thus, I withdraw.1 — It now remains to add this fupplication : — However it may pleafe the Almighty to difpofe of Princes and Parliaments, may fuch a feparation of the kingdoms laft for ever; or may their Union, before it...
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The Life of the Right Honourable John Philpot Curran, Late Master ..., Volume 1

William Henry Curran - Lawyers - 1819
...withdrew. It now remains to add this supplication :—However it may please the Almighty to dispose of princes or of parliaments, MAY THE LIBERTIES OF THE PEOPLE BE IMMORTAL ! " HENRY GRATTAN." END OF THE FIEST VOLUME. LONDON: i iUNrtn BT THOMAS DAVISON, WHITEFRIARS. ...
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Specimens of Irish Eloquence: Now First Arranged and Collected, with ...

Charles Phillips - English prose literature - 1819 - 435 pages
...one part of their fortunes and yawns for the remainder. However it may please the Almighty to dispose of princes or of parliaments, may the liberties of the people be immortal. / MR. SHERIDAN. RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN was the third son of THOMAS SHERIDAN, an actor, and a teacher...
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Miscellaneous Works of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan

Henry Grattan - Ireland - 1822 - 388 pages
...withdrew. It now remains to add this supplication : — However it may please the Almighty to dispose of princes or of parliaments, MAY THE LIBERTIES OF THE PEOPLE BE IMMORTAL." HENRY GRATTAN. TO BE PRESENTED TO HIS MAJESTY, CONTAINING THE PRINCIPAL GROUNDS OF THE APPLICATIONS...
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Miscellaneous Works of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan

Henry Grattan - Ireland - 1822 - 388 pages
...withdrew. It now remains to add this supplication : — However it may please the Almighty to dispose of princes or of parliaments, MAY THE LIBERTIES OF THE PEOPLE BE May the connexion with Great Britain continue; but let the result of that connexion be, the perfect...
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Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, Volume 4

Henry Grattan - Catholic emancipation - 1842
...withdrew. It now remains to add this supplication: — However it may please the Almighty to dispose of Princes, or of Parliaments — MAY THE LIBERTIES OF THE PEOPLE BE IMMORTAL! " HENRY GRATTAN." CHAP. IX.] INTEMPERANCE OF LORD CLARE. 307 The disorders and the misfortunes of the...
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Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, Volume 4

Henry Grattan - 1849
...withdrew. It now remains to add this supplication : — However it may please the Almighty to dispose of Princes, or of Parliaments — MAY THE LIBERTIES OF THE PEOPLE BE IMMORTAL! The disorders and the misfortunes of the country were greatly increased by the character and tone of...
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Curran and His Contemporaries

Charles Phillips - Ireland - 1850 - 496 pages
...nation heard from his lips his principle in his prayer, "However it shall please Providence to dispose of princes or of parliaments, may the liberties of the people be immortal ! " Pious words — patriot words — language new to a laud of slaves and suppliants, which, if even...
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Curran and His Contemporaries

Charles Phillips - Ireland - 1851 - 595 pages
...nation heard from his lips his principle in his prayer : " However it shall please Providence to dispose of princes or of Parliaments, may the liberties of the people be immortal!" Pious words —patriot words—language new to a land of slaves and suppliants, which, if even Swift...
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The Three Reforms of Parliament: A History, 1830-1885

William Heaton - Great Britain - 1885 - 310 pages
...as they should be the great object of its care ; and however it may please the Almighty to dispose of princes or of parliaments, may the liberties of the people be immortal. ' '— GRATTAN. T FISHER UNWIN 26 PATERNOSTER SQUARE 0 JAMES KITSON, ESQ., OF GLEDHOW HALL, LEEDS,...
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