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modest plea, for an equal common-wealth, against monarchy
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All authority is fundamentally seated in the office, and but ministerially in the persons; therefore, the persons in their Ministrations degenerating from safety to tyranny, their Authority cease and is only to be found in the fundamental original, rise and situation thereof, which is the people, the body represented; for though it ceaseth from. For Hansje and Willem: When I was twelve or thirteen years old, an uncle of mine who gave me my love for books and pictures promised to take me upon a memorable expedition. I was to go with him to the top of the tower of Old Saint Lawrence in Rotterdam. And so, one fine day, a sexton with a key as large as that of Saint Peter opened a mysterious door.
Property also holds of the soul, covers great spiritual facts, and instinctively we at first hold to it with swords and laws, and wide and The obscure consciousness of complex combinations. this. There was no division of opinion on candidates, though there was a sharp contest on the platform. Before it was reported, Mr. Sumner, in response to loud calls, addressed the convention. He spoke with great power and eloquence against slavery in all its forms, against the aggressions of the Slave Power, and in denunciation of the war.
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A modest plea for an equal common-wealth against monarchy: in which the genuine nature and true interest of a free-state is briefly stated: its consistency with a national clergy, mercenary lawyers, and hereditary nobility examined. A modest plea for an equal common-wealth against monarchy.: In which the genuine nature and true interest of a free-state is briefly stated: its consistency with a national clergy, mercenary lawyers, and hereditary nobility examined ; together with the expediency of an agrarian and rotation of offices asserted.
Sprigge, William, A Modest Plea for an Equal Common-wealth Against Monarchy () Starkey, Thomas, A Dialogue between Pole and Lupset, ed. Mayer () Streater, John, The Continuation of this Session of Parliament Justified; and the Action of the Army Touching that Affair Defended ()Cited by: 12A Modest Plea, pp.
Cf. The Royal and Happy Poverty (London, i66o), pp.i6, ; this was a meditation on Matthew v.3 written modest plea Sprigg when he was at Durham. 'lPhilosophicall Essayes, p. 14A Modest Plea, pp. - Commonwealth Principles - Republican Writing of the English Revolution - by Jonathan Scott Index Just and Modest Vindication, A (),Modest Plea for an Equal Common-wealth Against Monarchy, A, A modest plea for an equal common-wealth against monarchy.: In which the genuine nature and true interest of a free-state is briefly stated: its consistency with a national clergy, mercenary lawyers, and hereditary nobility examined; together with the expediency of an agrarian and rotation of offices asserted.
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Registration and credit in seventeenth-century England. A Modest Plea for an Equal Common-wealth against Monarchy Currency and commerce in the early seventeenth century SPRIGG, W. A Author: Seiichiro Ito. This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book.
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ePub: KB. In what they improperly call a mix’d monarchy the nobility are somtimes putting chains on the king, at other times domineering over the people; the king is either oppressing the people without control, or contending with the nobility as their protectors; and the people are frequently in arms against both king and nobility, till at last one of.
85 Ibid., pp. 23, 27, William Sprigge, A Modest Plea for an Equal Commonwealth, London, 86 [Edward Sexby], Killing noe Murder in Lutaud, Des R^volutions d'Angleterre, p.87 William Prynne, The Re-Publicans and Others Spurious Good Old Cause, London, The pamphlet is rare, and details may be appreciated.
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