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" ... him an account of what had passed. He not being in town, they amused themselves yesterday evening with spreading about a report that the king was still out of his mind, and in quoting phrases of his, to which they gave that turn. It is certainly a... "
Memoirs of the Court and Cabinets of George the Third: 1788-1799 - الصفحة 126
بواسطة Richard Plantagenet Temple Nugent Brydges Chandos Grenville Duke of Buckingham and Chandos - 1853
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...to which they gave that turn. It is certainly a decent and becoming thing, that when all the King's physicians, all his attendants, and his two principal...the reflection, that the Prince of Wales was to have hud the government, and the Duke of York the command of the army, during his illness, ma,kes this representation...

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...thing, that when all the King's physicians, all his attendants, and his two principal ministers, agrce in pronouncing him well, his two sons should deny...Wales was to have had the government, and the Duke of Yolk the command of the army, during his illness, makes this representation of his actual state, when...

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Francis Lancelott - 1859
...to which they gave that turn. It is certainly a decent and becoming thing, that when all the King's physicians, all his attendants, and his two principal...ma,kes this representation of his actual state, when coining from them, more peculiarly proper and edifying. 1 bless God that it is some time before these...

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...to which they gave that turn. It is certainly a decent and becoming thing that, when all the king's physicians, all his attendants, and his two principal...the command of the army during his illness, makes the representation of his actual state, when coming from them, more peculiarly proper and edifying....

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...to which they gave that turn. It is certainly a decent and becoming thing that, when all the king's physicians, all his attendants, and his two principal...the command of the army during his illness, makes the representation of his actual state, when coming from them, more peculiarly proper and edifying....

Court Life Below Stairs: Or, London Under the First Georges, L714-1760

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - 1883
...to which they gave that turn. It is certainly a decent and becoming thing that, when all the king's physicians, all his attendants, and his two principal...the command of the army during his illness, makes the representation of his actual state, when coming from them, more peculiarly proper and edifying....

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Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - 1883
...to which they gave that turn. It is certainly a decent and becoming thing that, when all the king's physicians, all his attendants, and his two principal...the command of the army during his illness, makes the representation of his actual state, when coming from them, more peculiarly proper and edifying....

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...ii. 1 26. Gren ville adds : ' It is certainly a decent and becoming thing that when all the King's physicians, all his attendants, and his two principal...pronouncing him well, his two sons should deny it. ... I bless God it is yet some time before their matured and rijiened virtues will be visited upon...

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