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Grande-Bretagne. Monarque (1760-1820 : George III) Library and Archives Canada

VIAF ID: 121007231 (Corporate)

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By the King. A proclamation, declaring what ensign or colours shall be borne at sea in merchant ships or vessels belonging to any of His Majesty's subjects of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Dominions thereunto belonging. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
By the King. A proclamation, for a general fast. George R. : We, taking into our most serious consideration the just and necessary war in which we are engaged, ... hereby command that a publick [sic] day of fasting and humilation be observed throughout those parts our our United Kingdom called England and Ireland, on Wednesday the twenty-eight day of February ... National Library of Ireland
Capitulations and extracts of treaties relating to Canada; with His Majesty's Proclamation of 1763, establishing the government of Quebec. Library of Congress/NACO
The contrast; Library of Congress/NACO
Draft of an order of His Majesty in Council regarding the Berlin decree of Napoleon Library of Congress/NACO
Facsimilie of Declaration Library of Congress/NACO
His Majesty's most gracious speech to both houses of Parliament, on Tuesday the nineteenth day of April, 1763. Library of Congress/NACO
An impartial sketch of the debate in the House of Commons of Ireland, on a motion made on Friday, August 12, 1785 by the Right Honourable Thomas Orde, secretary to His Grace Charles, Duke of Rutland, Lieutenant-Governor and Governor-General, for leave to bring in a Bill for Effectuating the Intercourse and Commerce Between Great Britain and Ireland ... National Library of Ireland
Instructions given with a commission for seizing the ships, &c., belonging to the inhabitants of the rebellious colonies, &c. Library of Congress/NACO
Instructions given with letters of marque against Spain. Library of Congress/NACO
K***'s answer to Junius. Library of Congress/NACO
A letter from the Lord Archbishop of York to the Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man : Right Reverend Brother, the corporation, erected by our late gracious sovereign King William, for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, having, by their great zeal in carrying out that good work, so far exhausted their stock, as to be obliged to have recourse to His Majesty for assistance ... Library of Congress/NACO
A letter from the Lord Bishop of [blank] to the clergy of his diocese. Library of Congress/NACO
Het manifest van George III Library of Congress/NACO
New commission of the governor of Quebec; and other instruments of authority, derived from the crown relative to America. Library of Congress/NACO
Order of His Majesty in Council, allowing an additional quantity of grain and flour, ... to be exported from the port of Southampton to the Island of Jersey, ... Dated 11th November 1789. National Library of Ireland
Orders in Council. 1789-11-18 National Library of Ireland
Papers presented by His Majesty's command. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Proclamation, declaring when the act of the 31st, Geo. III. shall have effect in the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada. Library of Congress/NACO
Proclamations. 1810-01-25 National Library of Ireland
Royal commission and instruction to Governor Thomas Carleton, August, 1784. Library of Congress/NACO
To the most Reverend Father in God, our right trusty and right entirely beloved councillor, Frederick, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of all England, and Metropolitan Library of Congress/NACO
The trial at large, in several informations in the nature of a quo warranto, the King, on the prosecution of James Templar, Esq., His Majesty's coroner, against Mr. Thomas Amery, one of the twenty-four aldermen, and Mr. John Monk, one of the forty common-councilmen, of the city of Chester, on the relation of Ralph Eddowes, of the said city, merchant, before Sir James Eyre, one of the barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer at Westminster, and a special jury, at the assizes holden at Shrewsbury ... on Tuesday the eighth of August, 1786 Library of Congress/NACO

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