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Text:"..., and that the Lord of Faulkland had called their lordships of the Pale in like case. My answer was that LordFaulkland should be no rule in this for me.” In the same spirit he carried aU elections of sheriff, aldermen..."
Date:May 13 1850
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"....thjs Incident. VVhen King Charles the Second was travelling in Difgiiife in Holland, to vifit the Queen Mother, attended only 1 y LordFaulkland, and putting up at an Inn, after he had been Aere fome Time..."
Date:Feb 10 1764
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to the well with- in the factory. The pipe will be placed a number of feet below the surface, so as not to be afl'ected by. the winter's frost. Ul. _ dy, LordFaulkland, Lord Dutterm, Ad- miral Dunclonwald..."
Date:June 16 1883
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:".... LordFaulkland, �ieutenant of Ireland, alfo fent a colony^ td Newfoundland: But at this time the Proprietor, whd was made Lord Baltimore, returned to England, where he got a grant of Maryland..."
Date:Jan 23 1769
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Colin had demanded additional forces. The state of the Nizam is in articulo mortis ; the irregularities of Baroda were increasing, and the recal of LordFaulkland was anticipated. LOSS OF THE BIRKENHEAD..."
Date:May 1 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... a little out of countenance, and hastening from the tenet, telling me it was only to put me in mind of what had formerly been the custom, and that the Lord of Faulkland had called their lordships of the Pale..."
Date:May 13 1850
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., viz. Earl of Dorfct. Earl of Sterling. \ Lord Brooke. Sir Jo. Suckluu Sir Jo. Davies. Dr. Donne. DratQn, Poet Laureat. Sir David Lindfay. LordFaulkland. - v Sir William Davenant, Poet Laureat..."
Date:Mar 30 1738
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... lingk Plays wo in prciciviqg] luch as the Gcrboduc of Lord Bu. knurff, the ivl^rriagc Nitm of LordFaulkland, and lorn; other:, i w.ii pnn. t em in -h: fame Manner, aod P�ge for Pa^e with the E't^oo now..."
Date:Apr 16 1843
Publication:Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
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Text:"...'Confequence might feem to raife them above the honours of a 6ox-ing-bmt. The iirft is to take place between LordFaulkland and Mr. Easte-the fum ihey -fight for, not yet fpecified.;-Young Edwin and Major Hanger..."
Date:Jan 12 1790
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... after a conflict of three Sir Colin had demanded ad ditional The state of the Nizam is in articulo mortis the irregularities of Caroda were and the recall of LordFaulkland was The import market..."
Date:Apr 30 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the Neapolitan Club took place yesterday at the Clarendon Bondstreet LordFAULKLAND in the Among tlie Company present his Royal Highness the luke of Marquis of Lord Captains CAUL On Sunday the Marquis of BATH gave..."
Date:Feb 21 1809
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... with the Lords ; and the LordFaulkland delivered in a fet Speech the Reafons againft it* The fit ft Whereof was s For that the Spaniard was an Alfiftant to the �rrip5rour againft the Palfgrave, and iii keeping..."
Date:Nov 3 1840
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Cork Lord Dtrby Duke cf Devonsh'uc Lord Downe Lf.td Besboro* Lord Auckland Sir Gilbert Elliott LordFaulklandLord Fielding Lord Edvvard Fitzgerald Lord Fitzwilliam Lord G.uildford. Lord Incliiquin Lord..."
Date:Nov 16 1795
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Charles Lucas. Sir George Lillei Sir Harry Slingiby. Col. Penmd-dock. LordFaulkland. Marquefs of Monuofe. Sir Bevil Granville. Printed and pubtijh'd according to KA of Parliament, For C. Davis, in Holbqum..."
Date:Mar 15 1746
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... fpeaking to LordFaulkland, bid the landlord admit nim. As foon as this beggar-man entered, he pulled A difpetjfation has paffed thefeal to em- j off his beard (which he had put on for a power-, the Rev..."
Date:Feb 9 1764
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... 69 Rich, Earl ot Warwick. 70 Cavendifh, Duke of Newcaftle. 71 Ruffe!, firft Duke of Bedford. 72 Sackville, Earl of Dorfe:. 73 Earl of Derby. 74 Ruffel, fourth Earl of Bedford. 75 LordFaulkland. 76..."
Date:Feb 10 1758
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... crowded with the Countefs of Civerac, Mifs O'Moore, LordFaulkland, and the moft fafliionable people here, who could not find room before die curtain. " The appinufe was. as might be expected, great..."
Date:July 29 1788
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of LordFaulkland might POPERY vid WE owe to the courtesy of the Editor of the Birmingham Advertiser a copy of the following which will appear in that excel lent of The which we believe..."
Date:Dec 12 1845
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., on the removal of LordFaulkland ; at the beginning of the year 1641, he lost his head for his attachment to his unfortunate master. That Strafford was a harsh, rigorous and imperious governor, I freely admit..."
Date:July 1 1806
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... additional forces. The state of the Nizam is in artioulo mortis ; the irregnlarities ef Baroda were iucreas-ing, and the recall of LordFaulkland was anticipated. Surely it u time for Congresa to move in thk..."
Date:May 3 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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