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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. 69 y^hich prudence cannot justify^ And the splendid abilities of Shaftesbury were not able to supply the w^t of consistency, sincerity, and honesty, without which no public man..."
Date:Between 1639 and 1683
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Text:"... resort on the slope of the Himalayas in the hot season of every year. Simla was not the only hill sanitarium acquired during the time of LordWilliam Bentinck. One of his last acts was to purchase from..."
Date:Between 1774 and 1839
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD GREY OF WILTON. 23 buss onely, and a lyght offre or twoo of approtche, thys people retyred them, and guave the cannon place agayne, whytche by nyght had dryven us of new too beecoome..."
Date:1847
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1680.] WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. 121 A great contest, attended with much confusion, took place on the election of the sheriffs. Bethel, a presbyterian and republican, who has been severely lashed..."
Date:Between 1639 and 1683
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...6o LORDWILLIAM BENTINCK a minute (September 6, 1830) forbidding the Press to comment upon the Courts decree on the subjectof batta. More important economies remained to be effected than the clipping..."
Date:Between 1774 and 1839
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD UUSSELL. 107 mBssfige, lately sent to tbeniy for a supply to pay off the fleet, should not be observed. * Parliament was upon this prorogued for tea days* This quarrel with the Commons..."
Date:1820
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. and merciless in the exercise of their public functions, they were fawning to their Sovereign, indulgent to themselves, insolent and overbnr* ing to the prisoners who obtained..."
Date:1820
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. 91 only a negative m money concerns, and this seemed an affirmative ; so put it to the question, but would not divide the House, tho if they had, the ayes would have carried it..."
Date:1820
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...60 LORDWILLIAM BENTINCK a minute (September 6, 1830) forbidding the Press to comment upon the Courts decree on the subject of batta. More important economies remained to be effected than..."
Date:Between 1774 and 1839
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Text:"..., 152-7 : opinion of LordWilliam, 164: inscription on his statue, 203. MACFARLANB, General, 52 n. MAHDI ALI, 138, 139. MALCOLM, Sir John, 1 24. MALWA, 62. MANU, code of, 80. MABENGO, 16. MARIE AM ALIE..."
Date:Between 1774 and 1839
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. 11 which men of all conditions have since undergone." William, the father of Lord Russell, succeeded to the earldom. The situation of affairs at this time might have disturbed..."
Date:Between 1639 and 1683
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. 163 Charta to that of the act of Habeas Corpus, a period of more than four centuries and a half, many attempts had been made, without success, to ensure the execution..."
Date:Between 1639 and 1683
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. 73 Thus, in the space of less than four years, the alliance with France was broken, and the troops by which Charles had hoped to make himself absolute, dispersed..."
Date:Between 1639 and 1683
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. 179 which Dangerfield had somehow got into his possession, and had shown to the King. It is probable, that he meant to betray either, or both, as it suited him. We may judge..."
Date:Between 1639 and 1683
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. ascertain the different views in which the differc ent parties in this country have seen, and * c perhaps ever will see, the prerogatives of the Crown. The Whigs, who consider..."
Date:Between 1639 and 1683
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. 39 * What is a parliament like to think of this action or this counsel ? and it shall be a want of understanding in me, if it will not bear that test.* For some years..."
Date:Between 1639 and 1683
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD RUSSELL. 187 consider whether that danger was greater than the inconvenience of deviating from the established course. In carrying on the ordinary government of the country, their chief..."
Date:Between 1639 and 1683
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Text:"...WILLIAMLORD GREY OF WILTON. 3 The earle of Surrey 8 beeyng called hoame, hee was made gouver- 1546, nor of Bulleyne and all Bullenoyes, b and, yf I remember well, ^ 8 J^ general of the whoale..."
Date:1847
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...88 LORDWILLIAM BENTINCK recruited ; but this might reasonably be hoped to disappear by other means and by the natural effluxion of time. The main objection to legislative action, the risk upon which..."
Date:Between 1774 and 1839
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Text:"...36 LORDWILLIAM BENTINCK ourselves unable longer to continue that confidence to him which it is so necessary for a person holding his situation to pessess. This despatch was tantamount to the recall..."
Date:Between 1774 and 1839