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" By depriving a subject of his birth-right, they have attributed to their own vote an authority equal to an act of the whole legislature ; and, though perhaps not with the same motives, have strictly followed the example of the Long Parliament, which first... "
Junius: Stat Nominis Umbra - Page 259
by Junius, Thomas Bewick - 1797
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The Letters of Junius ...: With Notes and Illustrations ..., Volume 2

Junius - Great Britain - 1804
...motives, have strictly followed the example of the Long Parliament, which first declared the regal office useless, and soon after, with as little ceremony,...Commons, apparently not so dangerous to your Majesty, is still more alarming to your people. Not contented with divesting one man of his right, they have...
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The Letters of Junius: With Notes and Illustrations, Historical ..., Volume 2

Junius (pseud.), Robert Heron - Great Britain - 1804
...motives, have strictly followed the example of the Long Parliament, which first declared the regal office useless, and soon after, with as little ceremony,...King -of his crown. In another view, the resolution t>f the House of Commons, apparently not so dangerous to your Majesty, is still more alarming to your...
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Stat Nominis Umbra

Junius - Great Britain - 1805
...motives, have strictly followed the example of the long parliament, which first declared the regal office useless, and soon after, with as little ceremony,...Commons, apparently not so dangerous to your Majesty, is still more alarming to your people. Not contented with divesting one man of his right, they have...
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The letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius (pseud.) - Great Britain - 1806
...motives, have strictly followed the example of the Long Parliament, which first declared the regal office useless, and soon after, with as little ceremony,...subject of his birth-right, may rob an English King of Iris Crown. In another view, ftie resolution of the House of Commons, apparently not so dangerous to...
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1807 - 366 pages
...motives, have strictly followed the example of the long parliament, which first declared the regal office useless, and soon after, with as little ceremony,...Commons, apparently not so dangerous to your Majesty, is still more alarming to your people. Not contented with divesting one man of his right, they have...
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The Letters of Junius: Stat Nominis Umbra

Junius - English letters - 1807 - 366 pages
...motives, have strictly followed the example of the Long Farliainent, which first declared the regal office useless, and soon after, with as little ceremony?...House of Lords.— The same pretended power which rohs an English suhject of his hirth-right, may roh an English King of his Crown. In another view,...
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1809 - 340 pages
...motives, have strictly followed the example of the Long Parliament, which first declared the regal office useless, and soon after, with as little ceremony,...Commons, apparently not so dangerous to your Majesty, is stiU more alarming to your people. Not contented with divesting one man of his right, they have...
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Junius: Including Letters by the Same Writer, Under Other Signatures, (now ...

Junius - English letters - 1812 - 516 pages
...motives, have strictly followed the example of the long parliament, which first declared the regal office useless, and soon after with as little ceremony, dissolved...Commons, apparently not so dangerous to your Majesty, is still more alarming to your people. Not contented with divesting one man of his right, they have...
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Junius: Including Letters by the Same Writer, Under Other Signatures, (now ...

Junius - Great Britain - 1813
...motives, have strictly .followed the example of the long parliament, which first declared the regal office useless, and soon after with as little ceremony, dissolved...Commons, apparently not so dangerous to your Majesty, is still more alarming to your people. Not contented with divesting one man of his right, they have...
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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ...

Thomas Bayly Howell - Trials - 1814
...motives, have strictly followed the example of the Long Parliament, which iii>t declared the regal office useless, and soon after, with as little ceremony,...power which robs an English subject of his birthright moy rob an English k — (meaning king) of his cn (meaning crown.) In another view, the resolution...
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