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" Britain may hereafter enjoy the same except the Right and Privilege of sitting in the House of Lords and the Privileges depending thereon and particularly the Right of sitting upon the Trials of Peers. "
History of the Union of the Kingdoms of Great-Britain and Ireland: With an ... - Page 516
by Charles Coote - 1802 - 522 pages
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The history of the reign of Queen Anne: digested into annals, Volume 5

Abel Boyer - Great Britain - 1707
...of Britain may hereafter enjoy the fame, * except the Right and Privilege of fitting in the * Houfe of Lords, and the Privileges depending ' thereon, and particularly the Right of fitting upon * the Tryals ot Peers. * They agree, That the fixteen Peers who are to ' fit in the Houfe...
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The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons from the Restoration to ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1742
...Great-Britain may hereafter enjoy the fame, except the Right and Privilege of fitting in the Houfe of Lords, and the Privileges depending thereon, and particularly the right of fitting upon theTrjals of Peers. XXIV. ' That, from and afcer the Union, there be one Great Seal for...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 42

Edmund Burke - History - 1801
...Great Britain do now or may hereafter enjoy the lame; the right and privilege of rifting in the houfe of lords, and the privileges depending thereon, and particularly the right of fitting on the trial of peer.;, excepted ; and that the perions holding any temporal peerages of Ireland...
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A Complete History of England: From the Descent of Julius Caesar ..., Volume 9

Tobias Smollett - Great Britain - 1759
...as fully as enjoyed by the peers of England, except the right and privilege of fitting in the houfe of lords, and the privileges depending thereon, and particularly the right of fitting upon the trials of peers : That the crown, fceptre, and fword of ftate, the records of parliament,...
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The Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England: From the ..., Volume 4

Nicholas Tindal - Great Britain - 1762
...Great-Britain, may hereafter enjoy the fame, except the right and privilege of fitting in the houfe of lords, and the privileges depending thereon, and particularly the right of fitting upon the trials ofpeers. XXIV. That, from and after the union, there be one great-feal for...
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An Abridgment of the Modern Determinations in the Courts of Law ..., Volume 1

Charles Viner - Law - 1791
...peers as fully as the peers of England now do, or hereafter may enjoy, except of fitting in the houfe of lords, and the privileges depending thereon, and particularly the right of fitting on the trial of peers. Now the itatute 2 R. 2. 5. extends to other nobles and great men of...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Courts of King's Bench ..., Volume 2

Sir John Comyns - Law reports, digests, etc - 1792 - 796 pages
...of . England now do, or hereafter may enjoy, except the right and privilege of fitting in theHoufe of Lords and the privileges depending thereon, and particularly the right of fitting upon the trial of Peers. Now the Mature 2 R. 2. c. 5. or 12 R. 2. cn does not confine the remedy...
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Union Pamphlets, Volume 9

Ireland - 1800
...Peers of Great Britain may hereafter enjoy the fame, the right and privilege of fitting in the Houfe of Lords, and the privileges depending thereon, and particularly the right of fitting on the trial of Peers exccpted ; and that all Peers for that part of tlve united kingdom called...
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The History of England: From the Revolution in 1688 to the Death of George ...

Tobias George Smollett - Great Britain - 1800
...as fully as enjoyed by the Peers of England, except the right and privilege of fitting in the Houfe of Lords, and the privileges depending thereon, and particularly the right of fitting upon the trials of Peers : That the crown, fccptre, and fword of ftate, the records of Parliament,...
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Annual Register, Volume 42

Edmund Burke - History - 1801
...Great Brilain do now or may hereafter enjoy ^he (ame ; the right and privilege of fitting in the houfe of lords, and the privileges depending thereon, and particularly the right of fitting on the (rial of peers, excepted ; and that, thy perlons holding any temporal peerages of Ireland...
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