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Memoirs by the Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel .., Díl 1
Sir Robert Peel
Náhled není k dispozici. - 2017
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Strana xi - ... and appoint any other person or persons to be a trustee or trustees in the stead or place of the trustee or trustees so dying, or desiring to be discharged, or refusing, declining or becoming incapable to act as aforesaid.
Strana xii - Signed, sealed, published, and declared, by the said Thomas Coutts, the testator, as and for his last will and testament, in the presence of us, who, in his presence, at his request, and in the presence of each other, have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses, . .- .
Strana 346 - In the former interview it had been represented that, after much conversation twice with his Ministers or such as had come down, he had said, ' Go on;' and upon the latter of those two occasions, after many hours' fatigue, and exhausted by the fatigue of conversation, he had said, ' Go on.' He now produced two papers which he represented as copies of what he had written to them, in which he assents to their proceeding and going on with the bill, adding certainly in each, as he read them, very strong...
Strana 254 - ... complaints, remonstrances, and declarations, and other addresses to the king, or to both or either Houses of Parliament, for alteration of matters established by law...
Strana 346 - ... that he was in the state of a person with a pistol presented to his breast ; that he had nothing to fall back upon ; that his ministers had threatened — I think he said twice, at the time of my seeing him — to resign, if the measures were not proceeded in, and that he had said to them
Strana 98 - Ireland ; with a view to such a final and conciliating adjustment as may be conducive to the peace and strength of the United Kingdom ; to the stability of the Protestant Establishment ; and to the general satisfaction and concord of all classes of His Majesty's subjects.
Strana 306 - Commons in the last discussion by the very smallest majority — 272 to 266. It had been negatived in the House of Lords by a majority of 40. The King was hostile, the Church was hostile, a majority probably of the people of Great Britain was hostile, to concession.
Strana 307 - His Majesty recommends that, when this essential object shall have been accomplished, you should take into your deliberate consideration the whole condition of Ireland, and that you should review the laws which impose Civil disabilities on his Majesty's Roman Catholic subjects.
Strana 278 - Majesty, no other public man could succeed in procuring that assent and in prevailing over the opposition to be encountered in the House of Lords. Being convinced that the Catholic question must be settled, and without delay — being resolved that no act of mine should...
Strana 3 - ... practical application of that principle, with those objects on the inviolable maintenance of which the friends and the opponents of Catholic Emancipation were completely agreed — namely, the Legislative Union, and the Established Church in Ireland as guaranteed by the Act of Union. The Relief Bill of Mr. Grattan, introduced in 1813, declared in its preamble that the Protestant Episcopal Church of England and Ireland was established permanently and inviolably, and that it would tend to promote...