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" From every latent foe, , From the assassin's blow, God save the King. O'er him thine arm extend, For Britain's sake, defend Our father, prince, and friend, God save the King. "
The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany - Page 517
1825
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The goldfinch, being a collection of the most esteemed modern songs in the ...

Goldfinch - 1805
...ev'ry latent fe, " From the assassin's blow, " God save the King ! " O'er him thine arm extend, " For Britain's sake defend " Our Father, Prince, and Friend, " God save the King !v, WHEN Britain first at HeavVs command, Arose from out the azure main, Arose, &c. This was the charter,...
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The Myrtle and Vine: Or, Complete Vocal Library, Containing ..., Volume 2

Charles Henry Wilson - English ballads and songs - 1803
...From ev'ry latent foe, From the assassin's blow, God save the King ; s O'er him thine arm extend, For Britain's sake defend Our Father, Prince, and Friend — . God save the King. / BRITANNIA. Old Air, New Accompaniment. TO Neptune enthron'd as he govern'd the sea, From my cliff-skirted...
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A select collection of songs; or, An appendage to the piano-forte

Select collection - 1806
...ev'ry latent foe, " From the assassin's blow, " God save the King ! " O'er him thine arm extend, " For Britain's sake defend " Our father, prince, and friend; " God save the King ! " INDEX. English Fleet — ALL'S well ! a Duett, - 6 The Wags — Adieu, adieu, my only life) - 14...
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Biographia Dramatica: pt.1. Authors and Actors: A-H

David Erskine Baker - Dramatists, English - 1812
...ev'ry latent foe, " From the assassin's blow, " Go4 save the King ! " O'er him thine arm extend, " For Britain's sake defend " Our Father, Prince, and Friend : " God save the King!" This stanza gave the audience peculiar pleasure, and was encored by the eager desire of the whole house. Next day...
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The roundelay; a selection of comic, martial, naval and sentimental songs

Roundelay - 1815
...From ev'ry latent foe, From the assassin's blow, God save the King ! O'er him thine arm extend, Foi* Britain's sake defend Our Father, Prince, and Friend, God save the King!" FINIS. 246 INDEX. Page BKGGAR I am, and of low degree 1TO \. A boat danc'd on Clyde's bonny stream...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volume 16

1834
...From every latent foe, From the assassin's blow, God save the King ! O'er him thine arm extend, For Britain's sake defend, Our Father, Prince, and Friend : God save the King ! CONTENTMENT. — There was an Italian bishop who had struggled through great difficulties without...
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Reminiscences of Michael Kelly of the King's theatre, and Theatre royal ...

Michael Kelly - 1826
...From every latent foe, , From the assassin's blow, God save the King. O'er him thine arm extend, For Britain's sake, defend Our father, prince, and friend,...most anxious solicitude and joy for the safety of his royal and august Father. The play was Cibber's comedy, "She would, and she would not." Never was...
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Reminiscences of Michael Kelly: Of the King's Theatre, and Theatre ..., Volume 2

Michael Kelly - Musicians - 1826 - 404 pages
...blow, God save the King. O'er him thine arm extend, For Britain's sake defend Our father, priiice, and friend, God save the King. This stanza was three...most anxious solicitude and joy for the safety of his royal and august father. The play was Cibber's comedy, " She would, and she would not." Never was...
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Illustrations of masonry

William Preston - 1829
...From every latent foe, From the assassin's blow, God save the King; O'er him thine arms extend, For Britain's sake defend Our father, prince, and friend, God save the King. Nothing could equal the indignation which was universally felt by the populace at this daring attempt...
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The Georgian Era: The royal family. The pretenders and their adherents ...

Art - 1832
...From every lateut foe, From the assassin'! blow, God save the king'. O'er him thiue arm extend, For Britain's sake defend, Our father, prince, and friend, God save the king !" The man, who had thus attempted the king's life, on being interrogated, said, " I have no objection...
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