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" But a new kind of loyalty seems to be required of us, a loyalty to Parliament; a loyalty that is to extend, it is said, to a surrender of all our properties, whenever a House of Commons, (in which there is not a single member of our choosing) shall think... "
Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania - Sivu 120
muokkaaja - 1832
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The Complete Works in Philosophy, Politics, and Morals, of the Late ..., Nide 3

Benjamin Franklin - 1806
...parliament ; a loyalty, that is to extend, it is said, to a surrender of all our properties, whenever a house of commons, in which there is not a single member of our chusing, shall think fit to grant them away without our consent, and to a patient suffering the loss...

The complete works ... of ... Benjamin Franklin, Nide 3

Benjamin Franklin - 1806
...parliament; a loyalty, that is to extend, it is said, to a surrender of all our properties, whenever a house of commons, in which there is not a single member of our chusing, shall think fit to grant them away without our consent, and to a patient suffering the loss...

Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Benjamin Franklin ..

Benjamin Franklin - 1818
...parliament ; a loyalty that is to extend, it is said, to a surrender of all our properties, whenever a house of commons, in which there is not a single member of our choosing, shall think fit to grant them away without our consent ; and to a patient suffering the loss of our privileges as Englishmen,...

Essays and Letters, Niteet 1–2

Benjamin Franklin - 1820
...parliament ; a loyalty that is to extend, it is said, to a surrender of all our properties, whenever a house of commons, in which there is not a single member of our choosing, shall think fit to grant them away without our consent, and to a patient suffering the loss of our privileges as Englishmen,...

The British Prose Writers, Nide 19

1821
...parliament; a loyalty that is to extend, it is said, to a surrender of all our properties, whenever a house of commons, in which there is not a single member of our choosing, shall think fit to grant them away without our consent, and to a patient suffering the loss of our privileges as Englishmen,...

The Life of Benjamin Franklin: Including a Sketch of the Rise and Progress ...

1826 - 407 sivua
...parliament ; a loyalty, that is to extend, it is said, to a surrender of all our properties whenever a House of Commons, in which there is not a single member of our choosing, shall think fit to grant them away without our consent, and to a patient suffering the loss of our privileges as Englishmen,...

The Life of Benjamin Franklin: Including a Sketch of the Rise and Progress ...

1826 - 407 sivua
...parliament ; a loyalty, that is to extend, it is said, to a surrender of all our properties whenever a House of Commons, in which there is not a single member of our choosing, shall think fit to grant them away without our consent, and to a patient suffering the loss of our privileges as Englishmen,...

The Register of Pennsylvania: Devoted to the Preservation of Facts ..., Nide 8

Samuel Hazard - 1828
...is required of us; a loyalty to a British parliament; a loyalty that is to extend to a surrender of all our property, when a British house of commons,...whenever the arbitrary courts set over us, shall adjudge uito have forfeited them. No wonder then if a new kind of loyally is enforced, by a new kind of penalty,...

Memoirs of Benjamin Franklin, Nide 1

Benjamin Franklin - 1834
...parliament ; a loyalty, that is to extend, it is said, to a surrender of all our properties, whenever a house of commons, in which there is not a single member of our choosing, shall think fit to grant them away without our consent, and to a patient suffering the loss of our privileges as Englishmen,...

The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Containing Several Political and ..., Nide 4

Benjamin Franklin - 1837
...Parliament ; a loyalty that is to extend, it is said, to a surrender of all our properties, whenever a House of Commons, in which there is not a single member of our choosing, shall think fit to grant them away without our consent ; and to a patient suffering the loss of our privileges as Englishmen,...




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