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" It is not thus that the liberty of this country is to be destroyed. It is to be subverted only by a pretence of adhering to all the forms of law, and yet, by breaking down the substance of our liberties ; by devoting a wretched but honest man as the victim... "
The Speeches at Full Length of Mr. Van Ness, Mr. Caines: The Attorney ... - Страница 77
по William Peter Van Ness - 1804 - 78 страници
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Eloquence of the United States, Том 4

1827
...impossible. Every pretence, that liberty can be thus invaded, is idle declamation. It ia not to be endangered by a few thousands of miserable, pitiful military....that he would be taken off. The sight of this, of a fellow-citizen's blood, would at first beget sympathy: this would rouse into action. and the people,...

American Eloquence: a Collection of Speeches and Addresses: By the ..., Том 1

1857
...impossible. Every pretence that liberty can be thus invaded is idle declamation. It is not to be endangered 0A\` g˄x!16DX M ο̊ e]YN0Ͷh"S U* | < g IR ... alPU " q D VP ̬ X_ fA >ï V ! <3 :p︱ <D\: ( ȀZXF , fellow-citizen's blood, would at first beget sympathy; this would rouse into action, and the people,...

American Eloquence: a Collection of Speeches and Addresses: By the ..., Том 1

1857
...impossible. Every pretence that liberty can be thus invaded is idle declamation. It is not to be endangered by a few thousands of miserable, pitiful military....nominal trial. It is not by murder, by an open and pnblio execution, that he would be taken off. The sight of this, of a fellow-citizen's blood, would...

American Eloquence: a Collection of Speeches and Addresses: By the ..., Том 1

1857
...impossible. Every pretence that liberty can be thus invaded is idle declamation. It is not to be endangered by a few thousands of miserable, pitiful military....down the substance of our liberties ; by devoting а wretched but honest man as the victim of , nominal trial. It is not by murder, by an open and public...

American Eloquence: A Collection of Speeches and Addresses, by the ..., Том 1

Frank Moore - 1859
...thousands of miserable, pitiful military. It is not thus that the liberty of this country is to he which he did very successfully, fellow-citizen's blood, would at first beget sympathy; this would rouse into action, and the people,...

Select Academic Speaker: Containing a Large Number of New and Appropriate ...

Henry Coppée - 1867 - 546 страници
...impossible. Every pretence that liberty can be thus invaded is idle declamation. It is not to be endangered by a few thousands of miserable, pitiful military....that he would be taken off. The sight of this, of a fellow-citizen's blood, would at first beget sympathy ; this would rouse into action, and the people,...

The Works of Alexander Hamilton, Том 8

Alexander Hamilton - 1904
...that liberty can be thus invaded is idle declamation. It is not to be endangered by a few thousand of miserable, pitiful military. It is not thus that...that he would be taken off. The sight of this, of a fellow-citizen's blood, would at first beget sympathy; this would rouse into action, and the people,...




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