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" Sinking-Fund to the Difcharge of thofe Debts, for the Difcharge of which thefe Taxes were intended and given : if fome Part of this Fund therefore continue to be mortgaged off, and other Parts to be applied to the current Service, even in the... "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Página 272
1733
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen3

1733
...of feeing fpeedily an End to both, has been their fole Coafolition ; but nothing can maintain thii Hope, except a due Application of the entire Sinking Fund to the Difcharge of thofe Debts, granted, that no prefent Injuflice was done to B for tnc Difcharge of which thefe Taxes were the Proprietors...
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"Quadriennium Annae Postremum, Or, The Political State of ..., Volumen45,Parte2

1733
...Oppreflion of Excife Laws, the Hope of feeing fpeedily an End of both has been their fole Confolation, but nothing can maintain this Hope, except a due Application of the entire finking Fund, to the Discharge of thofe Debts, for the Difeharge of which thefe Taxes were intended...
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The historical register,: containing an impartial relation of all ..., Volumen18

1733 - 43 páginas
...Opprefllon of Excife Laws, the Hope of feeing fpeedily an End of both, has been their fole Confolation ; but nothing can maintain this Hope, except a due Application of the entire finking Fund, to the Difcharge of thofe Debts, for the Difcharge of •which, thefe Taxes were intended...
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The History and Proceedings of the House of Lords, from the Restoration in ...

1742
...Oppreffion of Excife Laws, the Hope of feeing fpeedily an End put to both, has been their fole Confolation ; but nothing can maintain this Hope, except a due Application of the entire Sinking-Fund to thfe Difcharge of thofe DebtS; for the Difcharge of which thefeTaxes were intended...
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A compleat collection of all the protests made in the House of lords from ...

Parliament lords, proc - 1747
...Oppreffion of Excile laws, the Hopes of feeing fpeedily an End of both has been their fole CocfoJatJon ; but nothing can maintain this Hope ; except a due Application of the entire Sinkiog-Fand to the Difcharge of thofe Debts, for the Difdiarge of which thefc Taxes were intended...
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A genuine and complete collection of all the protests made in the House of ...

Parliament lords, proc - 1748
...Oppreffion of Exctfe Laws, the Hopes of feeing fpeedily an End of both has been their fole Confolation ; but nothing can maintain this Hope ; except a due Application of the entire Sinking-Fund to the Difcharge of thofe Debts, for the Difcharge of which thefe Taxes were intended...
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A Complete Collection of the Lord's Protests: From the First Vpon ..., Volumen2

John Almon - 1767
...been their fole Confolation •, but nothing can maintain this Hope, except a due Application of che entire Sinking Fund to the Difcharge of thofe Debts,...therefore continue to be mortgaged off, and other Parrs to be applied to the current Service, even in the midft of profound Peace, this Hope muft {ink,...
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A Complete Collection of the Lords' Protests,: From the First Upon Record ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords - 1767 - 369 páginas
...Hopes of feeing fpeedily an End of both has been cheir fole Confolation ; but nothing cm snaintain this Hope*, -except a due Application of the entire Sinking Fund to the Difcharge of thofc Debts, for the Difcharge of which thele Taxes were intended and given : If feme Part of this...
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1624-1741

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, James Edwin Thorold Rogers - 1875
...oppression of Excise laws, the hopes of seeing speedily an end of both has been their sole consolation ; but nothing can maintain this hope, except a due application of the entire Sinking Fund to the discharge of those debts, for the discharge of which these taxes were intended and given. If some part...
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Historical Register

C. H. Green - 1733
...Oppreffion of Excife Laws, ths Hope of feeing fpeedily an End of both, has been their fole Confolation ; but nothing can maintain this Hope, except a due Application of the entire finking Fund, to the Difcharge of thofe Debts, for the Difcharge of which, thefe Taxes were intended...
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