spoken to both Houses from the throne. ... A similar message was at the same time sent to the Upper House. ... On the 3rd of March he was seized with fever and ague ; and on the 7th, as if a demise 01 the crown would endanger every measure ... bills ; and William being no longer able to use his hand, the sign manual was affixed to the commission by means of a stump. On the same day his favourite Keppel, Lord Albemarle, arrived from Holland with very good news; but the king said, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Pictorial History of England|
|Author||:||George Lillie Craik, Charles McFarlane, Hans Claude Hamilton|