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" ... his opinion, distinct or unconnected with the whole of that free and liberal system in which our government chiefly consisted. The people were the great source of all power, and their welfare the sole object for which it was to be exerted : but who... "
Fox Against Fox !!! Or, Political Blossoms of the Right Hon. Charles James ... - Страница 53
1788 - 58 страници
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The parliamentary register; or, History of the proceedings and debates of ...

Parliament proc - 1784
...The people were the great fource of all power, and •their welfare the fole objeft for which it was to be exerted : but who in this cafe were to be the...The Houfe of Commons undoubtedly were competent to profcft the rights of the people, to pronounce on whatever (hey deemed an encroachment on their privileges...

The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - 1815
...sole object for which it was to be exerted : but who in this case were to be the judges ? The House of Commons undoubtedly were competent to protect the...the moment they could' not prevent every thing which struck them as such, they were not equal to the design of such an institution. This he called a due...

The Eighteenth-century Constitution: 1688-1815

E. Neville Williams - 1960 - 464 страници
...the sole object for which it was to be exerted; but who in this case were to be the judges? The House of Commons undoubtedly were competent to protect the...privileges; and the moment they could not prevent everything which struck them as such, they were not equal to the design of such an institution. This...
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