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" The political dogma, which upon the new French system, is to unite the factions of different nations, is this, " That the majority, told by the head, of the taxable people in every country, is the perpetual, natural, unceasing, indefeasible sovereign... "
A history of the political life of the rt. hon. W. Pitt, by John Gifford - Page 114
by John Richards Green - 1809
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The Beauties of the Late Right Hon. Edmund Burke: Selected from ..., Volume 2

Edmund Burke - 1798 - 350 pages
...perfectly mafter of the form, '' as well as the adminiftration of the ftate, and that *' the magiftrates, under whatever names they are " called, are only functionaries...' that majority may make ; that this is the only na" tural government; that all others are tyranny and " ufurpation." In order to reduce this dogma...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 4

Edmund Burke - 1807 - 536 pages
...the majority, told by the head, of the taxable people in every country, is the perpetual, natural, unceasing, indefeasible sovereign ; that this majority...particular as decrees) which that majority may make ; that tKis is the only natural government ; that all others are tyranny and usurpation." In order to reduce...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 4

Edmund Burke - 1807 - 540 pages
...the majority, told by the head, of the taxable people in every country, is the perpetual, natural, unceasing, indefeasible sovereign ; that this majority is perfectly master of the form, a? well as the administration of the state,-and that the magistrates, under whatever names they are...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 7

Edmund Burke - 1815 - 458 pages
...feasible sovereign ; that this majority is per" fectly master of the form, as well as the admi" nistrahoa of the state, and that the magistrates, " under whatever...(general as " laws or particular as decrees) which that ma" jority may make ; that this is the only natural " government ; that all others are tyranny and...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 38

1835 - 866 pages
...taxable people, in every country, is the perpetual, natural, indefeasible sovereign. That this mnjority is perfectly master of the form as well as the administration of the stale. That the magistrates, under whatever names they are called, are only functional ies to obey...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 4

Edmund Burke - 1826 - 526 pages
...the majority, told by the head, of the taxable people in every country, is the perpetual, natural, unceasing, indefeasible sovereign ; that this majority...obey the orders, (general as laws or particular as degrees) which that majority may make ; that this is the only natural government ; that all others...
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“The” Works of Edmund Burke, Volume 2

Edmund Burke - 1834 - 618 pages
...the head, of the taxahle people in every country, is the perpetual, natural, unceasing, indefeasihle sovereign ; that this majority is perfectly master...magistrates, under whatever names they are called, arc only functionaries to ohey the ordere, (general as laws or particular as degrees) which that majority...
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The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Volume 2

Edmund Burke - 1835 - 620 pages
...the majority, told by the head, of the taxable people in every country, is the perpetual, natural, unceasing, indefeasible sovereign ; that this majority...obey the orders, (general as laws or particular as degrees) which that majority may make ; that this is the only natural government ; that all others...
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The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Volume 2

Edmund Burke - 1860 - 638 pages
...the majority, told by the head, of the taxable people in every country, is the perpetual, natural, wcU as the administration of the state, and that the i trates, under whatever names they arc < are...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 5

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1887 - 632 pages
...the majority, told by the head, of the taxable people in every country, is the perpetual, natural, unceasing, indefeasible sovereign ; that this majority...laws or particular as decrees) which that majority can make ; that this is the only natural government, and that all others are tyranny and usurpation.'...
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