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Collectanea Politica; Or the Political Transactions of Ireland, from the ...
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Strona 193 - That a claim of any body of men, other than the king, lords, and commons of Ireland to make laws to bind this kingdom, is unconstitutional, illegal, and a grievance.
Strona 388 - That your majesty may enjoy every felicity through a long and glorious reign, over loyal and happy subjects, and that your descendants may inherit your prosperity and dominions till time shall be no more, is, and always will be, our sincere and fervent prayer.
Strona 95 - The settlement of this manufacture will contribute much to people the country, and will be found much more advantageous to this kingdom than the woollen manufacture, which being the settled staple trade of England, from whence all foreign markets are supplied, can never be encouraged here for that purpose...
Strona 194 - That the ports of this country are by right open to all foreign countries, not at war with the king, and that any burthens thereupon , or obstruction thereto , save only by the parliament of IRELAND, are unconstitutional, illegal, and grievances.
Strona 317 - Copy from the printed Votes of the Commons, 2?M of Feb. 1782. Resolved, That it is the opinion of this house, that the farther prosecution of offensive war on the continent of North America, for the purpose of reducing the revolted colonies to obedience by force, will be the means of weakening the efforts of this country against her European enemies, tends, under the present circumstances, dangerously to increase the mutual enmity so fatal to the interests both of Great Britain and America...
Strona 195 - That said committee do appoint nine of their members to be a committee in Dublin, in order to communicate with such other volunteer associations in the other provinces as may think proper to come to similar resolutions, and to deliberate with them on the most constitutional means of carrying them into effect.
Strona 150 - ... and attack, and to maintain and uphold the power and reputation of this country.
Strona 241 - I., it had always been his opinion out of office that it was downright tyranny to make laws for the internal government of a people who were not represented among those by whom such laws were made.
Strona 198 - ... to be free. Regard not the threats of landlords or their agents, when they require you to fail in your duty to God, to your country, to yourselves, to your posterity. The first privilege of a man is the right of judging for himself, and now is the time for you to exert that right. It is a time pregnant with circumstances, which revolving ages may not again so favourably combine.