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" Lord Bathurst, President of the Council, and Sir Fletcher Norton, Speaker of the House of Commons, who were both present, on being appealed to for their opinions, declared that, 'A soldier was not less a Citizen because he was a Soldier. and consequently... "
Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India, China ... - Page 277
1820
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The Literary chronicle and weekly review, Volume 2, Issues 33-83

1820 - 856 pages
...previously to read the riot act. Lord Batburst, President of the Council, and Sir Fletcher Norton, Speaker of the House of Commons, who were both present,...by force.' But no minister would sign the order for the purpose. In this emergency, when every moment was precious, Mr. Wedderburn, since successively...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 9

1820 - 664 pages
...previously to read the riot act. Lord Bathurst, President of the Council, and Sir Fletcher Norton, Speaker of the House of Commons, who were both present,...when every moment was precious, Mr. Wedderburn, since successivelyraised to the dignity of a baron, and of an earl of Great Britain, who was then Attorney-General,...
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The Plain Englishman [ed. by C. Knight and E.H. Locker]., Volume 1

Charles Knight - 1820 - 636 pages
...previously to read the Riot Act. Lord Bathnrst, President of the Council, and Sir Fletcher Norton, Speaker of the House of Commons, who were both present,...force :' but no Minister would sign the order for the purpose. In this emergency, when every moment was precious, Mr. Wedderburn, since successively...
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Memoirs of his late majesty George iii, Volume 1

Thomas Williams (Calvinist preacher.) - 1820 - 402 pages
...Lord Bathurst, President of the Council, and Sir Fletcher Norton, Speaker of the House of Commons, on being appealed to for their opinions, declared,...by force." But no minister would sign the order for the purpose. In this emergency, when every moment was precious, Mr. Wedderburn, then Attorney-General,...
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Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review, Volume 90, Part 1; Volume 127

1820 - 748 pages
...and consequently that he might repel force by force.' But no Minister would sign the Order for the purpose. In this emergency, when every moment was...Wedderburn, since successively raised to the dignity of a Baroii, and of an Earl of Great Britain, who was then Attorney General, having been called into the...
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The Public and Private Life of His Late...Majesty, George the Third ...

Robert Huish - 1821 - 746 pages
...previously to read the riot act. Lord Bathurst, president of the council, and sir Fletcher Norton, speaker of the house of commons, who were both present,...by force." But no minister would sign the order for the purpose. In this emergency when every moment was precious, Mr. Wedderburn, afterwards successively...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1821 - 808 pages
...called forth, in a most signal manner, the energies of the king's character. It is an undoubtpresent, on being appealed to for their opinions, declared...by force.' But no minister would sign the order for the purpose. In this emergency, when every moment was precious, Mr. Wedderburn, since successively...
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The Englishman's library [ed. by E. H. L.].

Englishman - 1824 - 420 pages
...previously to read the riot act. Lord Bathurst, President of the Council, and Sir Fletcher Norton, Speaker of the House of Commons, who were both present,...force :" but no minister would sign the order for the purpose. In this emergency, when every moment was precious, Mr. Wedderburn, since successively...
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The Diorama of Life, Or, The Macrocosm and Microcosm Displayed ...

Andrew Wilkie - 1824 - 348 pages
...previously to read the Riot Act. Lord Bathurst, President of the Council, and Sir Fletcher Norton, Speaker of the House of Commons, who were both present,...that he might repel force by force." But no minister vould sign the order for the purpose. In this emergency, when every moment was precious, Mr. \Vedderburn,...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volume 4

1826 - 374 pages
...previously to read the Riot Act. Lord Bathurst, President of the Council, and Sir Fletcher Norton, Speaker of the House of Commons, who were both present,...by force." But no minister would sign the order for the purpose. In this emergency, when every moment was precious, Mr. Wedderburn, who was then attorney-general,...
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