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" But however just this conclusion may be in theory, we cannot practically adopt it, nor take any legal steps for carrying it into execution, under any dispensation of government at present actually existing, For this devolution of power, to the people... "
The White Dwarf: A London Weekly Publication - Page 110
1817
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Mr. Serjeant Stephen's New Commentaries on the Laws of England ..., 2. köide

Henry John Stephen, James Stephen - 1880
...theory, we cannot practically adopt it, nor take any legal steps for carrying it into execution, under any dispensation of government at present actually...their original state of equality; and by annihilating (<<) Of Parliaments, 49. (z) Sp. L. 11, 6. (a) On Gov. p. 2, ss. 149, 227. VOL. II. Z [the sovereign...
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Mr. Serjeant Stephen's New Commentaries on the Laws of England ..., 2. köide

Henry John Stephen, James Stephen - 1883
...theory, we cannot practically adopt it, nor take any legal steps for carrying it into execution, under any dispensation of government at present actually...equality; and by annihilating the sovereign power, (g) Of Parliaments, 49. (=) Sp. L. 11, 6. (a) On Gov. p. 2, ss. 149, 227. z2 [repeals all positive...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England ...

William Blackstone - 1890
...Nott A McC. 400. eally 8 adopt it, nor 'take any legal steps for carrying it into execution,8 under any dispensation of government at present actually...original state of equality ; and, by annihilating the soverei^K power, repeals all positive laws whatsoever before enacted. No human laws will therefore...
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American Law and Procedure, 13. köide

James De Witt Andrews - 1910
...returned to the people, put themselves in identically the position which he described where he says the devolution of power to the people at large includes...and, by annihilating the sovereign power, repeals all the positive laws whatsoever (33). According to the doctrines of political law as they obtained in...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, 1. köide

William Blackstone - 1915
...theory, we cannot practically adopt it, nor take any legal steps for carrying it into execution, under any dispensation of government at present actually...includes in it a dissolution of the whole form « Of Parliaments. 49. h On GOv. p. 2. 5 149. 227. ' Sp.L. 11. 6. activity of the state; but, in accordance...
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Keywords: A Vocabulary of Culture and Society

Raymond Williams - 1985 - 349 lehte
...uses for succession and inheritance to the passing of power, as significantly in Blackstone (1765): 'this devolution of power, to the people at large,...whole form of government established by that people'. In Blackstone or in the modern argument the process is typically seen as passing power down: an act...
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The Language of Liberty 1660-1832: Political Discourse and Social Dynamics ...

Jonathan Charles Douglas Clark, J. C. D. Clark, Hall Distinguished Professor of British History J C D Clark - 1994 - 404 lehte
...legislative act contrary to the trust reposed in them' could not be accepted, insisted Blackstone: For this devolution of power, to the people at large,...repeals all positive laws whatsoever before enacted ... So long therefore as the English constitution lasts, we may venture to affirm, that the power of...
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The Prince

Niccolò Machiavelli, William Barclay Allen, Hadley Arkes - 1997 - 151 lehte
...revolution: "However just this conclusion may be in theory, we cannot admit it, nor argue from it, under any dispensation of government, at present actually...devolution of power to the people at large, includes a dissolution of the whole form of government established by that people; reduces all the members to...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, 1. köide

William Blackstone, Sir William Blackstone - 2002
...cannot adopt it, nor argue from it, under any difpenfation of government at prefent actually exifting. For this devolution of power, to the people at large, includes in it a diflblution of the whole form of government eftablifhed by that people, reduces all the members to...
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The Works of the Honourable James Wilson, L.L.D.

James Wilson, Bird Wilson - 2005 - 1429 lehte
...' But, however just this conclusion may be in theory, we cannot admit it, nor argue from it, under any dispensation of government, at present actually...devolution of power to the people at large, includes a dissolution of the whole form of government established by that people ; reduces all the members...
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