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" It must be allowed then, that the people of this nation do enjoy, as fully as in the nature of things they are capable of enjoying, and as far as they have the will and the virtue to enjoy it, the great advantage of being governed by laws of their own... "
A Sermon, Delivered to a Congregation of Protestant Dissenters, at Hackney ... - Page 3
by Richard Price - 1779 - 35 pages
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 31

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1764
...the people of this nation do enjoy, as fully as in the nature of things they are capable of enjoying, and as far as they have the will and the virtue to...their own framing, or to which they give their free afient. And this great privilege alone manifeftly includes in it the fecurity of life, of freedom,...
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the monthly review or literary journal

severak hands - 1764
...the people of this nation do enjoy, as fully as in the nature of things they are capable of enjoying, and as far as they have the will and the virtue to...their own framing, or to which they give their free aftunt. And this sireat privilege alone manifeftly includes in it the fecufit-y of life, of freedom,...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Richard Price

William Morgan - 1815 - 189 pages
...as far as they have the will and the " virtue to enjoy it, the great advantage of being go" Verned by laws of their own framing, or to which they " give their free consent." Here then we see the bishop maintaining the same principles with Dr. Price, against whom...
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Sermons, and other remains; collected and arranged, with an intr. memoir by ...

Robert Lowth (bp. of London.) - 1834
...the people of this nation do enjoy, as fully as in the nature of things they are capable of enjoying, and as far as they have the will and the virtue to...their own framing, or to which they give their free assent. And this great privilege alone manifestly includes in it the security of life, of freedom,...
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A History of the Church of S. Mary the Virgin, Oxford: The University Church ...

Edmund Salusbury Ffoulkes - Church buildings - 1892 - 504 pages
...then, that the people of this nation do enjoy, as fully as in the nature of things they are capable, and as far as they have the will and the virtue to...their own framing, or to which they give their free assent. And this great privilege alone manifestly includes in it the scarcity of life, of freedom,...
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The Concept of Representation in the Age of the American Revolution

John Phillip Reid - Law - 1989 - 251 pages
...fully as in the nature of things they are capable of enjoying, and as far as they have the will and virtue to enjoy it, the great advantage of being governed...their own framing, or to which they give their free consent."6 We must allow for constitutional language. Two hundred years later, Great Britain and the...
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