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" It is this day fourteen years since the first charges were brought forward against her majesty. Then, and upon every occasion during that long period, she has shown the utmost readiness to meet her accusers, and to court the fullest inquiry into her conduct.... "
The Edinburgh Annual Register - Page 124
edited by - 1823
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The Life and Administration of Robert Banks, Second Earl of ..., Volume 3

Charles Duke Yonge - Great Britain - 1868
...recognition abroad. And with these feelings, while she sent a message to the House of Commons, protesting " the utmost readiness to meet her accusers, and to court the fullest enquiry into her conduct," she at the same time commanded Mr. Brougham to write to Lord Liverpool a...
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Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of ..., Volume 10

John Campbell Baron Campbell - Judges - 1875
...brought forward against her Majesty. Then, and upon every occasion during that long period, she has shown the utmost readiness to meet her accusers, and to...charges and the witnesses against her — a privilege not'denied to the meanest subject of the realm. "In the face of the sovereign, the Parliament, and...
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Court Life Below Stairs: Or, London Under the First Georges, L714-1760

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - Great Britain - 1883
...fiery ordeal she had come forth scathless. She now desired an open investigation, in which she might see both the charges and the witnesses against her, a privilege not denied to the meanest subject in the realm. She loudly protested, in the face of the sovereign, the Parliament, and the country,...
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Court Life Below Stairs: Or, London Under the First Georges, 1714-1760, Volume 4

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - Great Britain - 1883
...fiery ordeal she had come forth scathless. She now desired an open investigation, in which she might see both the charges and the witnesses against her, a privilege not denied to the meanest subject in the realm. She loudly protested, in the face of the sovereign, the Parliament, and the country,...
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Court Life Below Stairs: Or, London Under the First Georges, L714-1760

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - Great Britain - 1883
...fiery ordeal she had come forth scathless. She now desired an open investigation, in which she might see both the charges and the witnesses against her, a privilege not denied to the meanest subject in the realm. She loudly protested, in the face of the sovereign, the Parliament, and the country,...
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Court Life Below Stairs: Or, London Under the First Georges, 1714-1760, Volume 4

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - Great Britain - 1883
...fiery ordeal she had come forth scathless. She now desired an open investigation, in which she might see both the charges and the witnesses against her, a privilege not denied. to the meanest subject in the realm. She loudly protested, in the face of the sovereign, the Parliament, and the country,...
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The Trial of Queen Caroline: The Scandalous Affair that Nearly Ended a Monarchy

Jane Robins - Biography & Autobiography - 2006 - 370 pages
...the Queen, the main thrust of which was to object to any proceedings held in secret, and to plead for an open investigation "in which she may see both the charges and the witnesses against her—a privilege not denied to the meanest subject of the realm." She protested at the many ways in...
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The Parliamentary Debates, Volume 1

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1820
...brought forward against her majesty. Then, and upon every occasion during that long period, she has shown the utmost readiness to meet her accusers, and to...of the realm. " In the face of the sovereign, the par. Kamenl, and the country, she solemnly protests against the formation of a secret tribunal to examine...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 127

1820
...Majesty. Then, and upon every occasion during that long period, she has shown the utmoft readim-ss lo meet her accusers, and to court the fullest inquiry...against her — a privilege not denied to the meanest • ubject of the realm. In the face of the Sovereign, the parliament, and the country, she solemnly...
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