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" The oath, as he had always understood, was a solemn obligation entered into by the person who took it, from which no act of his own could release him ; but the king was the third part of the state, without whose voluntary consent no act of the legislature... "
Letter on the coronation oath [signed C.B.]. - Página 5
por Charles Butler - 1827 - 15 páginas
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The Book of the Roman-Catholic Church: In a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Charles Butler - 1825 - 347 páginas
...Parliament ; " but the King could not. The oath, as he had always " understood, is a solemn obligation, entered into by " the person who took it, from which...valid, and he could not " relieve himself from the obligation of an oath. " With the utmost deference and respect to his Royal Highness, it is suggested...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volumen20

1825
...Parliament ; bnt the King could not. The oath, as he had always understood, is a solemn obligation entered into by the person who took it, from which...of the . Legislature could be valid, and he could nut relieve himself from the obligation of an oath. His Royal Highness feared that he had already trespassed...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volumen20

1825
...Parliament; hut the Kini; could Dot. The oath, as he had Always understood, is a solemn obligation entered into by the person who took it, from which...consent no Act of the Legislature could be valid, and lie could not relieve himself from the obligation of an oath. His Royal Highness feared that he had...
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The Parliamentary Debates, Volumen13

Great Britain. Parliament - 1826
...parliament ; but the king could not. The oath, as he had always understood, was a solemn obligation entered into by the person who took it, from which...be valid, and he could not relieve himself from the obligation of an oath. His royal highness said, he feared that he had already trespassed too long upon...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History ..., Volumen44;Volumen67

1826
...parliament ; but the king could not. The oath, as he had always understood, is a solemn obligation entered into by the person who took it, from which...be valid, and he could not relieve himself from the obligation of an oath. " His royal highness feared that he had already trespassed too long upon their...
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Annual Register, Volumen67

Edmund Burke - 1826
...parliament ; but the king could not. The oath, as he had always understood, is a solemn obligation entered into by the person who took it, from which...be valid, and he could not relieve himself from the obligation of an oath. " His royal highness feared that he had already trespassed too long upon their...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1826
...parliament ; but the king could not. The oath, as he had always understood, was a solemn obligation entered into by the person who took it, from which...be valid, and he could not relieve himself from the obligation of an oath. His His royal highness feared that lie had already trespassed too long upon...
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Vindication of "The Book of the Roman Catholic Church," Against the Reverend ...

Charles Butler - 1826 - 248 páginas
...Parliament; " but the King could not. The oath, as he had always " understood, is a solemn obligation, entered into by " the person who took it, from which...valid, and he could not relieve " himself from the obligation of an oath." . expressions copied from his speech give rise to the following observations:—...
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Annual Register

1826
...of his own could release him ; but the king was the third part of the state, without whose foluntary consent no act of the legislature could be valid, and he could not relieve himself from, the obligation of an oath. " His royal highness feared that he had already trespassed too long upon their...
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Parliamentary History and Review, Volumen1

1826
...from which no act of his own could release him; but the Kin; was the third part of the Mate, withont whose voluntary consent no act of the legislature could be valid, and he could not relievo himself from the obligation of an oath. He feared that he had already trespassed too Ion; upon...
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