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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill (with the Amendments) for the better ordering of the Militia Forces in the several Counties of that Part of Great Britain called England., 22 June 1755

    ferfact) $?earg; in tije fat'D Militia, if any Perfou oj. Pctfoii& dull? aualtft'cd as?therein bete tg mentioned, ©all fignify t>i$ Retire to fcrfoe as fwciriieutcuam>Coloucl, ojt otijer Com-in-into officer, and leafce fucft ©efirc, totttj l?i# tertift'eatfonu, in Mntiug. tniti) tueClern Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1738, 26 February 1739

    Le Roy remercie fes bons Sujets, accepte leur " Benevolence, et ainfi le veult" Then His Majefty was pleafed to retire; and the Commons withdrew. The Houfe was adjourned during Pleafure, to un¬ robe. The Houfe was refumed. Complaint was Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1762, 29 January 1762

    " marked B. " General Wall, Buen Re tiro, ioth D ecember,1761, " (Copy,) marked C. " General Wall, Buen Retire, ioth December,if61, " (Tranflation,) marked D. " Private ; General Wall, Buen Retiro, ioth Decern- (l bsr 1761; and Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1762, 29 January 1762

    " Paper given 6th December, 1761, marked A. " Paper given 8th December, 1761, marked B. " General Wall, B. Retire, ioth December, 1761, " marked (i). Journals of the Houfe of Lords» r\ IE Sabbati, 300 Januarii. A 176: Subscribers-only content

    15 August 1832, 15 August 1832

    3 IV. 15 459 Commons, " The Lords Commissioners desire their im- " mediate Attendance in this House, to hear the Com- " mission read." Who being come, with their Speaker; The Lord Chancellor said, " My Lords, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    frustrate of their will," Grating their teeth, and- greedy yet to kill." But while, half sated, and half baffiled, they Retire, to sing their barbarous psesns o'er, Closed all his wounds, up starts their slaughtered prey, And, reckless of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    object,-iu ornament, no contrast to set -it off;- itreposed in silence and in solituo 4 a ,wrld within itself. is Retire, the' world shut out! ghy thought call home." There is an end here of vanity, and littleness, a ll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    looks as youmn as she did when we ware urchins, and she then looked as old as she doest now. Retire when and where she may, respect, good withes, and (unless we are deceived) affection wvill attend her to thu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of their true friends whom the next Parliament will fur. nish. I say to you, be wise in time, and retire from a scene in which you are unfitted, alike by want of intellect, and wvant of knowledge, to cope Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Set - -. _ - x A Complete SeC of Natural Teeth on flee geld plate 15 0o 0 An Retire Set of Natural or Terre-M etallic Teeth,- highty finished, in the first style, ivith fins gsld- ssckcts. usually charged Subscribers-only content


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