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The Senator; or, Clarendon's parliamentary chronicle, Том 22

...attempted — We fubtr.it our refolutions to the nation, as the bafis of our political faith. V/e have gone to what we conceive to be the root of the evil — , we have ftaied what we conceive to be the remedy.— With a Parliament thus reformed, every thing iseafy —...

Belfast Politics: Or, A Collection of the Debates, Resolutions, and Other ...

1794 - 304 страници
...attempted ; we fubmit our refolutions to the nation as the bails of our political faith. WE have gone to what we conceive to be the root of the- evil ;...conceive to be the remedy. With a parliament thus reformed, every thing is eafy ; without it, nothing can be done : And v/e do call on and molt earnettly...

Society of united Irish of Dublin

Society of united Irishmen of Dublin - 1794
...attempted, we fnbmit our Refolutions to the Nation, cu ilu bkiU of our Political Faithi " WE have gone to what we conceive to be the root of the evil ; we have ftated what we conteive to be the remedy — With a Parliament thus reformed, every thing is eafy ; without it, nothing...

Essays on the political circumstances of Ireland, written during the ...

Alexander Knox - 1798 - 234 страници
...descriptive of plans of combination and infurre&ion. 73, aflembly in its room. " We have gone," fays they " to what we conceive to be the root of " the...conceive to " be the remedy. With a parliament thus re" formed, EVERY THING is eafy •, without it NO" THING can be done. And we do call upon and " mod...

Essays on the Political Circumstances of Ireland: Written During the ...

Alexander Knox - 1799 - 240 страници
...mob-elected and mob-dependent affembly in its room. " We have gone," fay they, " to what we conceive to.be the root * : of the evil; we have ftated what we conceive '•' to be the remedy. With, a Parliament thusre* ' ( formed EVERY THING 'is eafy\ without it sro" THING can be done. And we do call upon, and...

Memoirs of the Different Rebellions in Ireland: From the Arrival of ..., Том 2

Sir Richard Musgrave - 1802
...attempted, we fubmit our refolutions to the nation, as the bafis of our political faith. " We have gone to what we conceive to be the root of the evil ; we have ftated what we conceive to be the remer dy. — With a parliament thus reformed, every thing is eafy -, without it, nothing can be done....

Memoirs of the Different Rebellions in Ireland: From the Arrival of ..., Том 2

Sir Richard Musgrave - 1802
...attempted, we fubmit our refolutions to the nation, as the bafis of our political faith. " We have gone to what we conceive to be the root of the evil •, we have dated what we conceive to be the reme>dy. — With a parliament thus reformed, every thing is eafy...

The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - 1819
...— we submit our resolutions to the nation, as the basis of our political faith. — We have gone to what we conceive to be the root of the evil — we have stated what we conceive to be the remedy. — With a parliament thus reformed, every thing is easy...

An impartial history of Ireland, from the period of the English invasion to ...

Dennis Taaffe - 1811
...attempted, we submit our resolutions to the nation as the basis of our political faith. " We have gone to what we conceive to be the root of the evil; we have stated what we conceive to be the remedy: with a parliament thus reformed every thing is easy; without...

Historical collections relative to the town of Belfast: from the earliest ...

Henry Joy - 1817 - 496 страници
...attempted ; we submit our resolutions to the nation, as the basis of our political faith. We have gone to what we conceive to be the root of the evil ; we h ave stated what we conceive to be the remedy.— With a parliament thus re, formed, every thing is...




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