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Page 226 - Remember, O my friends, the laws, the rights, The generous plan of power deliver'd down, From age to age, by your renown'd forefathers, (So dearly bought, the price of so much blood) O let it never perish in your hands ! But piously transmit it to your children.
Page 163 - A. Becaufe Mankind in a State of Slavery and Freedom is a different Sort of Creature , for Proof of this I have read what the Greeks were of old, and what they are now in a State of Slavery.
Page 165 - I have not received, or had by myself, or any person whatsoever in trust for me, or for my use and benefit, directly or indirectly, any sum or sums of money, office, place, or employment, gift, or reward, or any promise or security for any money, office, employment, or gift, in order to give my vote at this election, and that I have not been before polled at this election.
Page 113 - Whatsoever the people is chiefly maintained by, that the government supports itself on : nay, perhaps it will be found, that those taxes which seem least to affect land, will most surely of all other fall the rents.
Page 164 - Confequence, and the Election of the Member who voteth for that Law, may be both carried by one Vote ; great and important Services for the Liberties of their Country, have been done by ordinary Men : I have read, that the...
Page 160 - Intention of Government being the Security of the Lives, Liberties, and Properties of the Members of the Community, they never can be fuppofed, by the Law of Nature, to give an arbitrary Power over their Perfons and Eftates. King is a Title, which, tranflated into feveral Languages, fignifies a Magiftrate with as many...
Page 159 - Law; and Loyalty Obedience, according to Law; therefore He who pays this Obedience, is a loyal...
Page 163 - I am able, to pre" ferve the publick Tranquility ; and, as I am a Freelf balder, to give my Vote for the Candidate, whom I '* judge moft worthy to ferve his Country ; for if from '' any partial Motive I fhould give my Vote for one " unworthy, I fhould think myfelf juftly chargeable '