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" Parliament, freedom niust be left to the Colonies. A military Government is the only substitute for civil liberty. That the establishment of such a power in America will utterly ruin our finances (though its certain effect) is the smallest part of our... "
The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke - Sivu 196
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The Works of ... Edmund Burke, Nide 9

Edmund Burke - 1812
...bottom of which they cannot possibly fathom. To leave any real freedom to Parliament, freedom must be left to the Colonies. A military Government is...is the smallest part of our concern. It will become en apt, powerful, and certain engine for the destruction of our freedom here. Great bodies of armed...

The Works of Edmund Burke, Nide 2

Edmund Burke - 1834
...the colonies. A military government is the only suhstituts for civil liherty. That the estahlishment of such a power in America will utterly ruin our finances ( though its certain eflect ) is the smallest part of our concern. It will hecome an apt, powerful, and certain engine for...

The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Nide 2

Edmund Burke - 1835
...bottom of which they cannot possibly fathom. To leave any real freedom to parliament, freedom must be left to the colonies. A military government is...is the smallest part of our concern. It will become *a apt, powerful, and certain engine for the destruction of our freedom here. Great bodies of armed...

The Works of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke

Edmund Burke - 1837
...bottom of which they cannot possibly fathom. To leave any real freedom to parliament, freedom must be left to the colonies. A military government is...establishment of such a power in America will utterly ruiti our finances (though its certain effect) is the smallest part of our concern. It will become...

History of Civilization in England, Nide 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1857
...the colonies by military force, " that the establishment of such a power in America will utterly ruiu our finances (though its certain effect), is the smallest...certain engine for the destruction of our freedom here." fiurke's Works, vol. ii. p. 399. Compare vol. i. pp. 189, 210 ; 1'arl. Hist, vol. xvi. pp. 104, 107,...

History of Civilization in England, Nide 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1858
...p. 573. In the same year, Burke said of the attempt made to rule the colonies by military force, " that the establishment of such a power in America...certain engine for the destruction of our freedom here." Burke1» Workt, vol. ii. p. 399. Compare vol. i. pp. 189, 210; Part. Hist. vol. xvi. pp. 104, 107,...

History of Civilization in England, Nide 2

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1858 - 710 sivua
...p. 573. In the same year, Burke said of the attempt made to rule the colonies by military force, " that the establishment of such a power in America...(though its certain effect), is the smallest part of our concem. It will beland exerted all her influence in favour of those despotic principles which the king...

History of Civilization in England, Nide 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1858
...p. 573. In the same year, Burke said of the attempt made to rule the colonies by military force, " that the establishment of such a power in America will utterly ruin our finances (though its certain efiect), ¡я the smallest part of our concern. It will become an apt, powerful, and certain engine...

History of Civilization in England, Nide 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1857
...p. 573. In the same year, Burke said of the attempt made to rule the colonies by military force, " that the establishment of such a power in America...certain engine for the destruction of our freedom here." Burke's Works', vol. ii. p. 399. Compare vol.-i. pp. 189, 210 ; Pad. Hist. vol. xvi, pp. tt>4, 107,...

History of civilization in England, Nide 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1861
...by military force, " thtt the establishment of such a power in America will utterly ruiu our finance (though its certain effect), is the smallest part...apt, powerful, and certain engine for the destruction ofourfretd' in here." Burke's Works, vol. ii. p. 399. Compare vol. i. pp. 189, 210; Part. Hist. vol....




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