3 edition of A Letter to a member of Parliament written upon the rumour of an invasion. found in the catalog.
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The conditions agreed upon between them for a general peace (Temple, pp. –6) were, however, rejected at Versailles, and the treaty of January based on them remained a dead letter owing partly to the false play of Charles II, but chiefly to the successes of the French arms in Flanders in the spring of , to the revival of the French. Official Report, 5 January ; c ] There were no ifs, no buts and no maybes, and there was nothing about that being dependent on the weather. A clear promise was made, which today has clearly been broken. The people I represent in Fife and further afield will be dismayed at today’s announcement of a delay and will worry about the.
Alleged Letter by Frederick of Prussia translated from the original French by Lord George Murray. From an article in Index Supplement to the Notes and Queries, with No. , J on pages Copy of letter from [A. Campbell] 3rd Duke of Argyll to Sir John Cope; n.d. [c. Aug ], enclosed in General Cope's letter of 13 Aug. to Henry Pelham regarding the . The government House leader, Mr. Smith, Bay of Quinte, also provided me with a written submission in response to the notice that the member for Timmins sent to my office. I am now prepared to rule on the matter without hearing further from the members, as standing order 21(d) permits me to do.
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