The Resource Remarks on the preliminary articles of peace, : As they were lately transmitted to us from the Hague: wherein the article relating to the granting a subsidy to the pretender by the House of Hanover, for securing their hereditary succession to the Crown of Great Britain, is proved to be the highest insult on the present King, and the most dangerous attack upon the original liberties of the English nation, which were acknowledged by King William III. and from which they have never yet departed, nor can ever sell. With the grounds and reasons of the revolution. To which are subjoined, some observations concerning the payment of the late emperor's loan, (electronic resource)

Remarks on the preliminary articles of peace, : As they were lately transmitted to us from the Hague: wherein the article relating to the granting a subsidy to the pretender by the House of Hanover, for securing their hereditary succession to the Crown of Great Britain, is proved to be the highest insult on the present King, and the most dangerous attack upon the original liberties of the English nation, which were acknowledged by King William III. and from which they have never yet departed, nor can ever sell. With the grounds and reasons of the revolution. To which are subjoined, some observations concerning the payment of the late emperor's loan, (electronic resource)

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Remarks on the preliminary articles of peace, : As they were lately transmitted to us from the Hague: wherein the article relating to the granting a subsidy to the pretender by the House of Hanover, for securing their hereditary succession to the Crown of Great Britain, is proved to be the highest insult on the present King, and the most dangerous attack upon the original liberties of the English nation, which were acknowledged by King William III. and from which they have never yet departed, nor can ever sell. With the grounds and reasons of the revolution. To which are subjoined, some observations concerning the payment of the late emperor's loan
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Remarks on the preliminary articles of peace,
Title remainder
As they were lately transmitted to us from the Hague: wherein the article relating to the granting a subsidy to the pretender by the House of Hanover, for securing their hereditary succession to the Crown of Great Britain, is proved to be the highest insult on the present King, and the most dangerous attack upon the original liberties of the English nation, which were acknowledged by King William III. and from which they have never yet departed, nor can ever sell. With the grounds and reasons of the revolution. To which are subjoined, some observations concerning the payment of the late emperor's loan
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eng
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T168890
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Burke, Edmund
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Remarks on the preliminary articles of peace, : As they were lately transmitted to us from the Hague: wherein the article relating to the granting a subsidy to the pretender by the House of Hanover, for securing their hereditary succession to the Crown of Great Britain, is proved to be the highest insult on the present King, and the most dangerous attack upon the original liberties of the English nation, which were acknowledged by King William III. and from which they have never yet departed, nor can ever sell. With the grounds and reasons of the revolution. To which are subjoined, some observations concerning the payment of the late emperor's loan, (electronic resource)
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  • Written after the accession of George I and before the final signing of the Barrier Treaty
  • Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library
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ESTCT168890
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80.
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unknown
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24pages
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electronic
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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  • (Uk-ES)006263726
  • (Uk-ES)006263726
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Remarks on the preliminary articles of peace, : As they were lately transmitted to us from the Hague: wherein the article relating to the granting a subsidy to the pretender by the House of Hanover, for securing their hereditary succession to the Crown of Great Britain, is proved to be the highest insult on the present King, and the most dangerous attack upon the original liberties of the English nation, which were acknowledged by King William III. and from which they have never yet departed, nor can ever sell. With the grounds and reasons of the revolution. To which are subjoined, some observations concerning the payment of the late emperor's loan, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Written after the accession of George I and before the final signing of the Barrier Treaty
  • Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library
Control code
ESTCT168890
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
24pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006263726
  • (Uk-ES)006263726

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