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" Majesty's dignity and honour being secured, she regards all other matters as of comparatively little importance, and is willing to leave every thing to the decision of any person or persons, of high station and character, whom both parties may concur... "
The Royal Wanderer, Or Secret Memoirs of Caroline: The Whole Founded on ... - Page 217
by Edward Barron - 1820 - 860 pages
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 13

Walter Scott - Europe - 1823
...to, by which she hoped that a final adjustment might be effected. " Her Majesty's dignity and honour being secured, she regards all other matters as of...subject, of course, to the approbation of Parliament." The reply of Lord Liverpool to this proposition was as follows : " The King's confidential servants...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 13

Walter Scott - Europe - 1823
...to, by which she hoped that a final adjustment might be effected. " Her Majesty's dignity and hgnour being secured, she regards all other matters as of...subject, of course, to the approbation of Parliament." The reply of Lord Liverpool to this proposition was as follows : " The King's confidential servants...
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volume 13

1823
...hoped that a final adjustment might be effected. " Her Majesty's dignity and honour being secured, ehe regards all other matters as of comparatively little...subject, of course, to the approbation of Parliament." The reply of Lord Liverpool to this proposition was as follows : " The King's confidential servants...
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The History of the Life and Reign of George the Fourth, Volume 3

William Wallace - Great Britain - 1832
...queen's residence abroad. The queen next declared that, " her dignity and honour being secured, she was willing to leave every thing to the decision of any...character, whom both parties may concur in naming, and who should have authority to prescribe the particulars as to residence, patronage, and income, subject...
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The History of England: From the Accession of George III, 1760-1835, Volume 6

Thomas Smart Hughes - Great Britain - 1836
...declared, that her dignity and honor being secured, she was willing to leave her cause in the hands of any person or persons of high station and character, whom both parties might select ; their decision being, of course, subject to the approbation of parliament : this proposal...
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The Murdered Queen! Or, Caroline of Brunswick: A Diary of the Court of George IV

Lady Charlotte Campbell Bury - 1838 - 672 pages
...appears to her that the object in contemplation may be obtained. " Her Majesty's dignity and honour being secured, she regards all other matters as of...subject of course to the approbation of parliament. " \<2th June, 1820." CHAPTER XXXIII. THE TRIAL. HATING brought matters up to this critical point, I...
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The History of England, from the Accession of George III, 1760, to ..., Volume 6

Thomas Smart Hughes - Great Britain - 1846
...declared, that her dignity and honor being secured, she was willing to leave her cause in the hands of any person or persons of high station and character, whom both parties might select ; their decision being, of course, subject to the approbation of parliament: this proposal...
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The history of England, by D. Hume, continued by T. Smollett, and to the ...

David Hume - 1859
...residence abroad. To this her majesty rejoined, that she was willing to leave her cause in the hands of any person or persons of high station and character, whom both parties might select; their decision being subject to the approbation of parliament. This proposal was accepted....
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The Life and Administration of Robert Banks, Second Earl of ..., Volume 3

Charles Duke Yonge - Great Britain - 1868
...whatever. The suggestion, however, which the Queen had been advised to make was ."to leave everything to the decision of any person or persons of high station and character, whom both parties might concur in naming ; and who should have authority to prescribe the particulars as to residence,...
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The Life and Times of Henry, Lord Brougham, Volume 2

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - Great Britain - 1871
...appears to her that the subject in contemplation may be attained. " Her Majesty's dignity and honour being secured, she regards all other matters as of...comparatively little importance ; and is willing to leave everything to the decision of any person or persons of high station and character whom both parties...
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