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Pàgina 465 - Wales during the life of the late King James, and since his decease, pretending to be and taking upon himself the stile and title of King of England, by the Name of James the Third...
Pàgina 903 - King his father, and obeyed as such when there. His Royal Highness supposes, that since the receipt of his letter to the Provost, no arms or ammunition have been suffered to be carried off or concealed, and will expect a particular account of all things of that nature.
Pàgina 839 - I must say with pleasure, is an honour to his country, and whose eloquence and learning is much beyond what is to be expressed by an ignorant man like me. I heard him with pleasure, though it was against me. I have the honour to be his relation, though perhaps he neither knows it, nor values it. I wish that his being born in the north may not hinder him from the preferment that his merit and learning deserves.
Pàgina 791 - James VIII. by the Grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. To all our loving subjects, of what degree or quality soever, greeting. " Having always borne the most constant affection to our ancient kingdom of Scotland, from whence we derive our royal origin, and where our progenitors have swayed the sceptre with glory through a longer succession of kings than any monarchy upon earth...
Pàgina 465 - I do solemnly and sincerely declare, That I do believe in my conscience, that the person pretended to be Prince of Wales during the life of the late King James, and since his decease, pretending to be and taking upon himself the...
Pàgina 869 - AL,MIGHTY God, the fountain of ,all goodness, we humbly be,seech thee > to bless Albert Edward Prince of ,Wales, the ,Princess of Wales, and ,all the Royal Family : Endue them with 'thy Holy Spirit ; en,rich them with thy heavenly grace ; prosper them with ,all happiness ; and bring them to thine everlasting kingdom ; through Jesus i Christ > our Lord. Amen.
Pàgina 799 - Party-rage never fails to produce in the Minds of those, whom different Interests, Principles or Views set in Opposition to one another; I therefore earnestly require it of my Friends to give as little Loose as possible to such Passions; this will prove the most effectual Means to prevent the same in the Enemies of our Royal Cause.
Pàgina 799 - Hanover's allies, being called over to protect his government against the King's subjects, is it not high time for the King my father to accept also of the assistance of those who are able and who have engaged to support him?
Pàgina 799 - I, with my own money, hired a small vessel, ill provided with money, arms, or friends ; I arrived in Scotland, attended by seven persons ; I publish the King my father's declarations, and proclaim his title, with pardon in one hand, and in the other liberty of conscience : and the most solemn promises to grant whatever a free Parliament shall propose for the happiness of a people.