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ON CIVIL LItERTir.

ON CIVIL LItERTir.

i3erty and good name, againh Mink. It is the end of all juit Government, at the fame time that it fecureb the liberty of the public againft s fercise injury; to fecure the liberty of the individual againit priirate injury: I do not, therefore, think it ftrielly juft to fay, that
17 April 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
ON CIVIL- LIBEIUTT.

ON CIVIL- LIBEIUTT.

ON CIVIL - LIBEIUTT. 42 • form of a Government, and being armed with its force, is an evil not to be conquered without dreadful firitgles. It goes from age to age, debafing the human faCulties, leveling all diftinEtions, and preying on the rights and hidings of Society. It deferv
17 April 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
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6MIMMENNIMMIMEMMI

ON CIVIL LIBERTY., 43 And in confidering this fubjeil as it has been now treated, it is unavoidable to reflect on the excelle.Te of a free Government, and its tendency to exalt the nature of man. Every member of a free State having his property fecure, and knowing himielf his own
17 April 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
514 On the imfreper of the Word ConflitutioN. Reprefentatives being independent of that of the Lords, as De Lolme, Blacktione,

514 On the imfreper of the Word ConflitutioN. Reprefentatives being independent of that of the Lords, as De Lolme, Blacktione,

and others have reprefented: 1 fay if upon thefe requifites the very effence of the conititution depends; where is now either the glory or elfence, of it be found; that two thirds of the Houfe of Commons reprefent nobody, but aboutahundred Lords, and fifty overgrown Commoners, w
22 January 1793 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
Oa the EnglUN Colfi'itutioft

Oa the EnglUN Colfi'itutioft

mitto fuch grofs impofitions. All which, caufed filth delays and oblirations, that the King could not proceed ; and therefore was obliged by mere dint of neceffity, again to fubmit to the Conflitution, and to call a Parliament; which met on the i7tb of March, 1628. The King in h
16 July 1793 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
from Annals of Agricultotrr or no. The Hiftory of the Wool Bill fully juftifies thefe affertions. The landed intereft at

from Annals of Agricultotrr or no. The Hiftory of the Wool Bill fully juftifies thefe affertions. The landed intereft at

prefent thetefore cam have no chance for juflice. Whenever the true-enlightened friends of it will afrociate like a .Ban:I of Brothers, and make the rules of the Affociation their fit 11 poliecal guidance—then, indeed, they might hold up their heads, and demand with firrunefs, J
16 July 1793 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
252 Extratir.fron Anal; ofifgricettirre.

252 Extratir.fron Anal; ofifgricettirre.

the maxim here brought forward and adopted, to be a wife, jut'', and benevolent one; that Dr. Price is right in all his doCtrine of inclofures, that they are really per. nicious ; that good roads are mere infiruments of luxury; and that canals are nothing more than prefumptuous
16 July 1793 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
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30 July 1793 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
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ecution of hts tignt N The he had put out of his way, by to t , no more; and now the lail was to he tried upon the Foint of ihip-money. And therefore to juilify his pre 7 - tenflons, he put a cafe merely within the verge of a ; grounded upon his duty as King and Guars dian of the
30 July 1793 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
302 Trial of Benjamin Booth, for Sedition.

302 Trial of Benjamin Booth, for Sedition.

Trial of Benjamin Booth, for Sedition. violating the rights of individuals, by attacking their petlons and properties, and committing acts of outrage upon both—but by the peaceable, though molt potent and forcible weapons, TRUTH and REASON. They fhould Mew, that the real friends
30 July 1793 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England