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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:"... will be placed a number of feet below the surface so as not to be by the winter's frost Ul dy LordFaulklandLord Dutterm Ad- miral and others The neer who has been in command of son for nearly half a century has..."
Date:June 16 1883
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... they repulsed an attack made upon them by the after a conflict of three Sir Colin had demanded additional The state of the Nizam is in articulo mortis the irregularities of Baroda were and the recal of Lord..."
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:"... in Room of Benjamia On IB ft the LordFaulkland is married to the Lady Relief of the late a Lady of of a Letter from iat Night a Brigan ife Or about 130 bound from to with id a cague tathe Northward of Four..."
Date:Apr 23 1834
Publication:Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
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Text:"... the honours of a 6ox-ing-bmt. The is to take place between LordFaulkland and Mr. fum not yet Edwin and Major Hanger are to be the fecond pair of Barrymore would venture his upon the but all fordid to fight..."
Date:Jan 12 1790
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... and the LordFaulkland delivered in a fet Speech the The fit ft Whereof was s For that the Spaniard was an to the the and iii keeping the Lady Elizabeth from being in tet fa that to him Would be..."
Date:Nov 3 1840
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Cavendish Cavendish George Lord G. H. Lord Cholmondely Sir Robert Clayton Mr. Coke hoi d Cork Lord Duke cf Lord Downe Lord Auckland Sir Gilbert Elliott LordFaulklandLord Fielding Lord Fitzgerald Lord..."
Date:Nov 16 1795
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... with By a of for R. Withy and Book and at -' Where may be Price 35. A New Per flan in One Price 6 No. Containing the Heads and Lives of the Great LordFaulkland And on laft was Containing the Lord Hopton Bevil..."
Date:Mar 1 1757
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the first As to the first Earl of commenced his administration in 1652, on the removal of LordFaulkland at the beginning of the year 1641, he lost his head for his attachment to his unfortunate..."
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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Text:"... for such a degrading exclusion What bad Hr Carew of Devonshire done to deserve that stigma Carew the de- of LordFaulkland who as Hume stated opposed those measures of the unfortunate monarch Charles the 1st who..."
Date:June 12 1816
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... taken the command of the Faioe; CapL M'Kinny to theLivdy; Capt. LordFaulkland to the (^ebetl; CapL FARitJnÀR, who gallantly defended the Ach^t-oh,tbihe Ariadne; Capt. StaNpell to the Scorpion; Cajit..."
Date:May 27 1806
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... conveyed up te and placed in tie Royal They were occasionally used by but are now too old for To-morrow the proclamation takes The representatives for the Sir John Elley aad Mr. it if be LordFaulkland..."
Date:June 26 1837
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the promotion of the views which your board may allow through to assure them that my best services are at their 44 It may perhaps be more proper for me to say that LordFaulkland has put me in possession..."
Date:Aug 30 1845
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... for under convoy and LAW COURT OF KING's Nov. 28. THE KING verfus LORD FALKLAND AND This was a the LordFaulkland and for a and a rult had on the part of the c dling en the to fhew caufe why the trial..."
Date:Nov 28 1794
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... an at f 15e - Duke of Lord ginal at the Lord at the Righr Sit from ac Right Horn the Lord Sir George aii Original of from an Original in the of LordFaulkland an Original at ' of from of Sir Bevil from..."
Date:Mar 6 1746
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of And that the Pall is to be by Eight Laft Night Mr. one of the Deputy States of arrived at the Jate of Houfe in from On Monday the Right Hon. the LordFaulkland will fet out for To-morrow their Graces the Dukes..."
Date:Apr 6 1751
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... with Mr. has effected an object of great general a by which America is to at a reduced an quantity of Corn during the Friday an indictment was tryed before Lard Kenyon on the of LordFaulkland and one a man..."
Date:Feb 21 1795
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Lord nays M know not whether the agree with yours they may be they may he unfashionable but I hop they are spreading and principles are contained in the word which LordFaulkland to in Peace Peace I ubom..."
Date:Dec 4 1879
Publication:Athens, Ohio, United States of America
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