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" House, not by the collective voice of those whom they appear to represent, but by the recommendation of seventy powerful individuals, added to the eighty-four before mentioned, and making the total number of patrons altogether only one hundred and fifty-four,... "
The English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature - Sivu 493
1793
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Nide 35

1793
...but by the recommendation of feventy powerful individuals, added to the eighty-four before mentioned, and making the total number of patrons altogether...accept as evidence the common report and general belief ot the counties, cities, and boroughs, which return the members alluded to, vour petitioners are ready...

History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament - 1793
...but by the recommendation of feventy powerful individuals, added to the eighty-four before mentioned, and making the total number of patrons altogether...petitioners are ready to name them, and to prove the fact ; or if the Members in queftion can be made parties to the inquiry, your petitioners will name...

The Monthly Review

1793
...whom they appear to renrefent, but by the recommendation of ieventy powerful individuals, added to the eighty-four before-mentioned, and making the total...return a DECIDED MAJORITY of your Honourable Houfe. The fécond fpccies of Patronage cannot be (hewn with equal accuracy, though it is felt with equal...

The Monthly Review

1793
...whom they appear to reprcfent, but by the recommendation of feventy powerful individuals, added to the eighty-four before-mentioned, and making the total...Patrons altogether only ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FOUR, who return.a I>ECII>KD MAJORITY of your Honourable Houfe. The ficoud fpecies of Patronage cannot be fhewn...

Cobbett's Political Register, Nide 45

1822
...the recommendation of ' ' seventy powerful individuals, " added to the eighty-four before" mentioned, and making the total " number of patrons altogether...who return a decided majority " of your Honourable House." Thus then, the fact of predominance can admit of very litlle doubt, unless you should be disposed...

Cobbett's Political Register, Nide 22

William Cobbett - 1812
...but by the recommendation of seventy powerful individuals, added to the eighty-four before mentioned, and making the total number of patrons altogether...fifty-four, who return a decided majority of your ho; nourable House. If your honourable House will accept as evidence the common report and general...

Political papers, chiefly respecting the attempt of the county of York, and ...

Christopher Wyvill - 1794
...before-mentioned, and making the total number of Patrons all together only one hundred and fifty- four, who return a decided majority of your Honourable Houfe....accept as evidence the common report and general belief o/ the Counties, Cities, and Boroughs, which return the Members alluded to, your Petitioners are ready...

The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - 1817
...but by the recommendation of seventy powerful individuals, added to the eighty-four before mentioned, and making the total number of patrons altogether only one hundred and fiftyTour, who return a decided majority of your honourable House. If your honourable House will accept...

The Pamphleteer, Nide 8

Abraham John Valpy - 1816
...but by the recommendation of seventy powerful individuals, added to the eightyfour before mentioned, and making the total number of patrons altogether...fifty-four, who return a decided majority of your honorable house. If your honorable house will accept as evidence the common report and general belief...

Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Nide 22

1812
...but by the recommendation of seventy powerful individuals, added to the eighty-four before mentioned, and making the total number of patrons altogether only one hundred and fifty-four, wlid return a decided majority of your honourable House. If your honourable House will accept as evidence...




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