Speeches of His Excellency Levi LincolnSpeeches of His Excellency Levi Lincoln



He will forth with resume his Command , wbich , admonished by the past , and
with greater circumspection , the Commander in Chief confidently trusts he will
hereafter sustain , with honor to himself , faithfully and acceptably towards the
State .

Author: Massachusetts. Governor (1825-1834 : Lincoln)

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Message of His Excellency Gov A L ThomasMessage of His Excellency Gov A L Thomas



HIS EXCELLENCY ARTHUR E . THOMAS , ACTING GOVERNOR OF UTAH
TERRITORY , . WITH · REPORTS OF TERRITORIAL AUDITOR AND
TREASURER FOR 1878 AND 1879 . TWENTY - FOURTH TWENTY - FOURTH
SESSION , 1880 ...

Author: Utah. Governor (1889-1893 : Thomas)

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ISBN: PRNC:32101079832752

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Addresses presented to his Excellency Major General Sir John Colborne Lieut Governor of Upper Canada on the occasion of his leaving the provinceAddresses presented to his Excellency Major General Sir John Colborne Lieut Governor of Upper Canada on the occasion of his leaving the province



for its object the welfare , prosperity and improvement of the Province , and the
developement of its great resources for ... the Government , has entitled your
Excellency to the lasting gratitude and respect of all classes of His Majesty's
Subjects .

Author: John COLBORNE (Baron Seaton.)

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ISBN: BL:A0020051890

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Addresses presented to his Excellency Sir Charles E Trevelyan K C B on his departure from Madras with his replies thereto June 1860Addresses presented to his Excellency Sir Charles E Trevelyan K C B on his departure from Madras with his replies thereto June 1860



possible case resumption was to be had recourse to , and every impediment
thrown in the way of the Inamdar determined to prove his title . At this stage your
Excellency took the matter up , and by a few equitable rules , which sufficiently ...

Author: Charles Edward Trevelyan

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ISBN: BL:A0018550991

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A Letter addressed to his Excellency Major General Sir Lionel Smith relative to the distribution of the Parliamentary grant for the relief of the sufferers from the hurricane of August 11 1831A Letter addressed to his Excellency Major General Sir Lionel Smith relative to the distribution of the Parliamentary grant for the relief of the sufferers from the hurricane of August 11 1831



I come now to a measure of the Commissioners , which , from a petition your
Excellency bas been pleased to show me , would appear to bave excited a
strong feeling in Bridge - townI say io Bridge - town ; for , with a few exceptions ,
the ...

Author: William Hart COLERIDGE (Bishop of Barbados.)

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ISBN: BL:A0023189960

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The Second Intelligence from His Excellency His Quarters Before ReadingThe Second Intelligence from His Excellency His Quarters Before Reading



he is fo ill , that he executes not his place , which causes much confusion and
distraction among them . Some of the Town have come out , and informed us to
this purpose , & that they had an intent to leave the town , which it's like enough
they ...

Author: John Alexander

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ISBN: BL:A0022692321

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A Sermon preached before His Excellency Thomas Pownell upon occasion of the Success of His Majesty s Arms in the Reduction of QuebecA Sermon preached before His Excellency Thomas Pownell upon occasion of the Success of His Majesty s Arms in the Reduction of Quebec



He was not spared to wear the Laurels he had purchased ' ; to receive and enjoy
the Plaudit of his Sove- reign ; the folemn Thanks of his Country's and the
Acclamations of a whole Nation , He lived indeed , to see the important Service
he had ...

Author: Samuel COOPER (Pastor of the Church in Brattle Street, Boston.)

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ISBN: BL:A0021954846

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Address of His Excellency John A Andrew to the Two Branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts January 8 1864Address of His Excellency John A Andrew to the Two Branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts January 8 1864



A D DRESS OF - HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN A . ANDRE W . 18 ! ! TO THE TWO
BRANCHES OF THE Legislature of Massachusetts , etwas LS ADDRESS .
GENTLEMEN OF THE SENATE AND OF. JANUARY 8 , 1864 . BOSTON :
WRIGHT ...

Author: Massachusetts. Governor, 1861-1866 (John A. Andrew)

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ISBN: UCAL:B3114420

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His ExcellencyHis Excellency



This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

Author: Emile Zola

Publisher: Palala Press

ISBN: 1343272327

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Address to His Excellency President GrantAddress to His Excellency President Grant



Author: Lathers Richard

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ISBN: 1113320109

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His ExcellencyHis Excellency



Here is the impetuous young officer whose miraculous survival in combat half-convinced him that he could not be killed.

Author: Joseph J. Ellis

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9781400043767

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National Bestseller To this landmark biography of our first president, Joseph J. Ellis brings the exacting scholarship, shrewd analysis, and lyric prose that have made him one of the premier historians of the Revolutionary era. Training his lens on a figure who sometimes seems as remote as his effigy on Mount Rushmore, Ellis assesses George Washington as a military and political leader and a man whose “statue-like solidity” concealed volcanic energies and emotions. Here is the impetuous young officer whose miraculous survival in combat half-convinced him that he could not be killed. Here is the free-spending landowner whose debts to English merchants instilled him with a prickly resentment of imperial power. We see the general who lost more battles than he won and the reluctant president who tried to float above the partisan feuding of his cabinet. His Excellency is a magnificent work, indispensable to an understanding not only of its subject but also of the nation he brought into being.

His Exellency Eug ne RougonHis Exellency Eug ne Rougon



The novel's themes--especially its treatment of political discourse--have remarkable contemporary resonance. His Excellency Eug ne Rougon is about politics everywhere.

Author: Émile Zola

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198748250

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'He loved power for power's sake . . . He was without question the greatest of the Rougons.' His Excellency Eugène Rougon (1876) is the sixth novel in Zola's twenty-volume Rougon-Macquart cycle. A political novel set in the corridors of power and in the upper echelons of French Second Empire society, including the Imperial court, it focuses on the fluctuating fortunes of the authoritarian Eugène Rougon, the "vice-Emperor." But it is more than just a chronicle. It plunges the reader into the essential dynamics of the political: the rivalries, the scheming, the jockeying for position, the ups and downs, the play of interests, the lobbying and gossip, the patronage and string-pulling, the bribery and blackmail, and, especially, the manipulation of language for political purposes. The novel's themes--especially its treatment of political discourse--have remarkable contemporary resonance. His Excellency Eugène Rougon is about politics everywhere.

Proceedings of the Parliament of South AustraliaProceedings of the Parliament of South Australia



We regret to find that your Excellency appears to have overlooked Mr. Kell's letter
of the 15th inst . , refusing to give the ... Sir - I have the honor , by desire of His
Excellency Sir R. G. MacDonnell , to acknowledge the receipt of the letter ...

Author: South Australia. Parliament

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105015386621

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Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives of New ZealandAppendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives of New Zealand



His Excellency states that he feels himself bound to resist their advice , upon the
ground that to grant the number Ministers asked for would be an unconstitutional
interference with the liberties of the Legislative Council . ” This , Ministers submit
 ...

Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives

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ISBN: UCAL:C2685969

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Journals of the Legislative Council of the Province of CanadaJournals of the Legislative Council of the Province of Canada



To assure His Excellency that we shall give our early consideration to the Bill ,
which he has been pleased to inform us will be ... To assure His Excellency that
this House is happy to hear of the zeal and alacrity displayed by the members of
the ...

Author: Canada. Parliament. Legislative Council

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