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" THE submission of a free people to the executive authority of government is no more than a compliance with laws, which they themselves have enacted. While the national honour is firmly maintained abroad, and while justice is impartially administered at... "
Junius: Stat Nominis Umbra - Page 5
by Junius, Thomas Bewick - 1797
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1770 - 247 pages
...fugitive compilations. LETTER I. ADDRESSED TO THE PRINTER OF THE PUBLIC ADVERTISER. SI R, 1 he fubmiflion of a free people to the executive authority of government...is no more than a compliance with laws, which they themfelves have enafted. While the national honour is firmly maintained abroad, and while juiticc is...
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The Repository, Or, Treasury of Politics and Literature for ..., Volume 2

Letters to the editor - 1771
...and LITERATURE, FOR OCTOBER, 1770. » i / , . LETTER I. PUBLIC ADV ERTISE R. SI 'R, [HE fubmiffion of a free people to the executive authority of government...is no more than a compliance with laws, which they fhemfelves have enacted. While the national honour is firmly maintained a-broad, and while jufticc...
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The letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1771
...THE PRINTER OF THE PUBLIC ADVERTISER. SIR, January 21, 1769. AHE fubmiffion of a free people to tKe executive authority of government, is no more than a compliance with laws, which they themfelves have enafted. While the national honour is firmly .maintained abroad, and while julllcc...
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The Genuine Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1771 - 366 pages
...i LETTER I. ••« SIK, >». 21. 1769, PTHHE fubmiffion of a free people to the execu•*• tive authority of government is no more than a compliance with laws, which they them, felves have enacted. While the national honour is firmly maintained abroad, and while juftice...
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The Letters of Junius, Volume 2

Junius - Great Britain - 1771
...the executive authority of government, is no more than a compliance with laws, which they themfelvcs have enacted. While the national honour is firmly maintained abroad, and while juftice is impartially adminiftered at home, the obedience of the fubjecl will be voluntary, chearful,...
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Letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1772 - 494 pages
...LETTER I. ADDRESSED TO THE PRINTER OF THE PUBLIC ADVERTISER. SIR, 21. January, 1769. -I HE fubmiffion of a free people to the executive authority of government...is no more than a compliance with laws, which they themfelves have enacted. While the national honour is firmly maintained abroad, and while juftice is...
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Letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - 1771
...LETTERS; LETTER I. THE PRINTER OF THE PUBLIC AD VE «..TISER . SIR, fiimtary.21, 176: T. HE fubniiiTion of a free people to the executive authority of government,...is no more than a compliance with laws,- which they themfelves hava enacted. While the national- honour is firmlymaintained abroad, and whHs juftice is...
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The letters of the celebrated Junius, Volume 1

Junius - English letters - 1783
...UNIUS, &c.; LETTER I. TO THE PRINTER OF THE PUBLIC ADVERTISER. SIR, 21 January 1769. TH E fubmifllon of a free people to 'the executive authority of government is no more than $ compliance with laws, which they themfelves have ena&ed. While the national honour is firmly maintained...
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The letters of Junius

Junius (pseud.) - 1784
...PUBLICK ADVERTISER. SIR, January 21. 1769. k I 'HE fubmiflion of a free people to the execu•* five authority of government, is no more than a compliance with laws, which they themfelves have enaŁted. While the national honour is firm]y maintained abroad, and while juftice...
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1796
...ADVERTISER. SIR, January 21, 1769rT~1 HE fubmiffion of a free people to the executive au-»• thority of government, is no more than a compliance with laws, which they themfelves have enafted. While the national honour is firmly maintained abroad, and while juftice is...
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