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" the National Assembly of France their congratulations on the Revolution in that country,' and on the prospect it gives , to the two First Kingdoms in the World, of a common participation in theblessings of civil and religions liberty. They Cannot help... "
Procès-verbal de l'Assemblée des communes et de l'Assemblée nationale, 1789-1791 - Page 13
by France assemblée nat - 1789
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The Life of Charles, Third Earl Stanhope

Ghita Stanhope, George Peabody Gooch - Great Britain - 1914 - 286 pages
...national partialities and rejoicing at every triumph of liberty and justice over arbitrary power, offer to the National Assembly of France their congratulations...on the prospect it gives to the two first kingdoms of the world of a common participation in the blessings of civil and religious liberty. They cannot...
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The Correspondence of Richard Price: February 1786-February 1791

Richard Price, Bernard Peach, David Oswald Thomas - Biography & Autobiography - 1983 - 376 pages
...National partialities, and rejoicing in every triumph of Liberty andJustice over Arbitary Power, offer to the National Assembly of France their Congratulations...that Country, and on the prospect it gives to the first Kingdoms in the World, of a common participation in the blessings of Civil and Religious Liberty....
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Gothic Documents: A Sourcebook 1700-1820

Emma Clery, Robert Miles - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 306 pages
...partialities, and rejoicing in every triumph of liberty and justice over arbitrary power, offer to the National Assembly of France their congratulations...kingdoms in the world, of a common participation in the blessings of civil and religious liberty. ‘They cannot help adding their ardent wishes of an...
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Best of Enemies: Anglo-French Relations Since the Norman Conquest

Robert Gibson - History - 2005 - 326 pages
...that a congratulatory Address be sent to the National Assembly in Paris, welcoming the Revolution and ‘the prospect it gives, to the two first Kingdoms in the World, of a common participation in the blessings of Civil and Religious Liberty'. On 25 November 1789, this Address was read out in the...
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