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" which warning we order to be published in all parts of our kingdom of England, and throughout our realms and dominions under our obedience, wheresoever they lie or are situated : that if any of our said officers or subjects shall be so rash as to presume... "
The Channel Islands - Page 395
by David Thomas Ansted, Robert Gordon Latham - 1865 - 594 pages
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The history of ... Guernsey, from the remotest period of antiquity to the ...

William Berry - 1815 - 428 pages
...presents to all our officers and subjects in all parti of our kingdom of England, and throughout all our realms and dominions under our obedience, wheresoever they lie, or are situated. And if any one of our said officers and subjects shall be so rash as t6 presume or attempt to transgress...
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The Channel Islands: Jersey, Guernsey, Aldernay, &c. (the Results of a Two ...

Henry David Inglis - Channel Islands - 1834 - 330 pages
...presents to all our officers and subjects in all parts of our kingdom of England, and throughout all our realms and dominions under our obedience, wheresoever they lie, or are situated. And if any one of our said officers and subjects shall be so rash as to presume or attempt to transgress...
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The Channel Islands: Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, &c, Volume 2

Henry David Inglis - Channel Islands - 1834 - 316 pages
...presents to all our officers and subjects in all parts of our kingdom of England, and throughout all our realms and dominions under our obedience, wheresoever they lie, or are situated. And if any one of our said officers and subjects shall be so rash as to presume or attempt to transgress...
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The Guernsey and Jersey Magazine, Volumes 1-2

1836 - 784 pages
...matter whatsoever, we declare and give this warning by these presents to all our officers and subjects, which warning we order to be published in all parts of our kingdom of England, and throughout all our realms and dominions under our obedience, wheresoever they lie or are situated. That if any...
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The History of Guernsey: With Occasional Notices of Jersey, Alderney, and ...

Jonathan Duncan - Guernsey - 1841 - 668 pages
...whatsoever, we declare and give this warning, by these presents, to all our officers and subjects, which warning we order to be published in all parts...that if any of our said officers or subjects shall be K> rash as to presume to transgress these, our strict orders and commands, we order and decree (as...
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The Channel Islands

David Thomas Ansted, Robert Gordon Latham - Channel Islands - 1862 - 646 pages
...whatsoever, we declare and give this warning, by these presents, to all our officers and subjects, which warning we order to be published in all parts...transgress these, our strict orders and commands, we order and decree (as far as in us lies) that he shall be severely punished for his audacious contempt...
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The Channel Islands

David Thomas Ansted, Robert Gordon Latham - Channel Islands - 1865 - 922 pages
...by these presents, to all our officers and lubjrrta, which warning we order to be published in ill parts of our kingdom of England, and throughout our realms and dominions under our obedience, where••x-irr they lie or are situated : that if any of our said officers or subjects shall be •...
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