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" ... between me and the court of Spain, have happily been brought to an amicable termination. — I have ordered copies of the declarations exchanged between my... "
The European Magazine, and London Review - Page 389
1790
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The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1791
...affords them the greatrfl fatisfafiion that the differences •which had arifen between His Majefly and the Court of Spain, have happily been brought to an amicable termination j and that they are grateful for Hi* Majefly s g-adnrfs in having ordered 'espies of the Declaration...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 52

English literature - 1790
...Speech. " My Lords and Gentlemen, It is a great fati -faction to me to inform fou, tha^ the difference» which had arifen between me and the court of Spain...have happily been brought to an amicable termination. _ I have ordered copies of the declarations exchanged between my ambaffidor »nd the minifter of the...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History ..., Volume 11

English poetry - 1791
...s Speech to loth Hvafei of Parliament, Nov. 26* Jly Lords and Gentlemen, It is a great fatisfaction to me to inform you, that the differences which had arifen between me and the court of Spain have Jiapprly been brought to an amicable termination. I have ordered copies of the declarations exchanged...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 53

English literature - 1791
...acquainting you, by the King's command, that the differences *hich had arifen between hie ¡Majefty and the court of Spain have happily been brought to an amicable termination. Copies of the declarations exchanged between his Majefty'e Ambaifjdor and the minifter of the Catholic...
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Annual Register, Volume 33

History - 1795
...in acquainting you, by the king's command, that the differences which had arifcn between his majefty and the court of Spain have happily been brought to an amicable termination. Copies of the declarations exchanged between his majcfty's ambaflador and the miniiler of the Catholic...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - Great Britain - 1815
...and gentlemen; it is a great satisfaction to me to inform you, that the differences which had arisen between me and the court of Spain, have happily been...ordered copies of the declarations exchanged between my ambassador and the minister of the catholic king, and of the convention which has since been concluded,...
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Annual Register, Volume 33

Edmund Burke - History - 1824
...in acquainting you, by the king's command, that the differences which had arisen between his majesty and the court of Spain have happily been brought to an amicable termination. Copies of the declarations exchanged between his majesty's ambassador and the minister of the Catholic...
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250 royal speeches: from 1760 to 1882. Speakers: George iii., George iv ...

Two hundred and fifty royal speeches - Kings and rulers - 1885 - 90 pages
...GENTLEMEN, Tt is a great satisfaction to me to inform you tliat tho differences which had arisen between mo and the Court of Spain have happily been brought to...an amicable termination. I have ordered copies of tho declarations exchanged between my Ambassador and tho Minister of tho Catholic King, and of tho...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 18

1790
...following Moft Gracious Speech from the Throne : " My Ltrds and Gtntlcnan, " It is a great fatisfadion to Me to inform you, that the differences which had...ordered copies of the Declarations exchanged between My Ambafiador and the Minifter of the Catholic King, and of the Convention which has fince- been concluded,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 61, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1791
...acquainting you, by the King's comm.ind, that the differences which had arifcn between his Majefly and the Court of Spain have happily been brought to an amicable termination. Copies of thp declarations exchanged between his Majefty's Ambjffadorandthe Mimftcrof the Call .olick...
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