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The Lady's Magazine, Volume 6

1775
...am;mbcr to ferve in this parliament," Ьг expunged from the journals of this Aoufe, as fubverfivc of the rights of the whole body of electors of this kingdom. Mr. Serjeant Glynn fccondcd the motion, and thai a general debate cnAied. in Births—Marriages. lit...
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The Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge, Volume 5

1775
...ferve in this prefent Parliament,' be expunged from the Journals of this Houfe, as being fubverfive of the rights of the whole body of Electors of this kingdom." Mr. Serjeant Glynnfeconded the motion, when a general debate enfued, in which Lord North, the Lord...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 38

1776
...ferve in this prefent parliament, '' be expunged from the Journals of this Houfe, as being fubverfive of the rights of the whole body of electors of this kingdom? — It pafTed in the negative, 186 to 91. On a motion by Mr Grenville, the Commons ordered, May 3....
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The Speeches of Iohn Wilkes, One of the Knights of the Shire for the County ...

John Wilkes - 1777
...in this prefent Parliament, be ex•" punged from the Journals of this Houfe, *' as being fubverfive of the rights of the *' whole body of electors of this kingdom." Mr. mikti ftid, Mr. Speaker, The veneration, with which I am deeply imprefled for the confliiutioii...
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The Speeches of John Wilkes ... in the Parliament Appointed to ..., Volume 1

John Wilkes - 1777
...ferve in the faid Parliament, be ex" punged from the Journals of this Houfe, as " being fubverfive of the rights of the whole " body of electors of this kingdom." The words of the Refolution of the i7th of .February 1769, which I mean more particularly to combat,...
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Annual Register, Volume 18

1778
...incapable of sitting ' in the present parliament,' " be " expunged from the journals of " this House, as being subversive " of the rights of the whole body of " electors of this kingdom." This morion was ably supported by the lord-mayor, who was also well seconded; and a, considerable ilrbate...
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Annual Register

1892
...Bradlaugh the right to offer himself to take the Parliamentary oath, adding that such a resolution was " subversive of the rights of the whole body of electors of this kingdom." The Solicitor-General, Sir Edward Clarke (Plymouth), briefly urged for consideration that the House...
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The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and ..., Volume 4

1782
...mf, ." That the laid rtfolution be expunged fiAn'the journals of this Houl'c, as being lunvcriwc of the rights of the whole body of Electors of. this kingdom." The fame was expunged by the Clerk accordingly;. " Ordered. " That all the declarations, orders, and...
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The Biographical History of Sir William Blackstone and a Catalogue of Sir ...

D. Douglas, Gentleman of Lincoln's-Inn - 1782 - 44 pages
...•' That the faid Refolution be expunged from " the Journals of this Houfe, as being fub•' verfive of the rights of the whole body of " Electors of this kingdom." The fame was expunged by the Clerk accordingly. " Ordered, ' That all the Declarations, Orders, and...
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The Speeches of Mr. Wilkes in the House of Commons

John Wilkes - 1786 - 442 pages
...ferve " in this prefent Parliament," be expunged from the Journals of this Houfe, as being fubverfive of the rights of the whole body of electors of this kingdom : Mr. Speaker, I do not rife to put the patience of the Houfe to the fevere trial of hearing from me...
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