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" The Laws of England are so interwoven with the power and practice of Monarchy, that to settle a Government without something of Monarchy... "
Memorials of the Professional Life and Times of Sir William Penn ...: From ... - Página 11
de Granville Penn - 1833
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW, OR, LITERARY JOURNAL

SEVERAL HANDS - 1758
...of Monarchy, that to fettle a •' Government without fomething of Monarchy in it, would " make fo great an alteration in the proceedings of our law, " that you have fcarce time to reclify; nor can we well fcjrefee " the inconveniences which will ariie thereby." *...
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A short critical review of the political life of Oliver Cromwell: Lord ...

John Bancks - 1760 - 330 páginas
...of monarchy, that that to fettle a government without fomethiug of mo-, narchy in it, would make fo great an alteration in the proceedings of our law, that you have fcarce time to reftify, nor can we well forefee the inconveniencies which will arif& thereby. l ......
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History of England, Volumen 20

Parliamentary - 1763
...octice »f Monarchy, that to fettle a Government without fomethtng of Monarchy in it, would make- fo great an Alteration in the Proceedings of our Law, that you have fcarce Time to rectify ; nor can we well fore fee the Inconveniences which will arife thereby. Col....
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The Life of Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland ...

John Bancks - 1779 - 319 páginas
...praftice of monarchy, that to fettle a government without fomething of monarchy in it, would make fo great an alteration in the proceedings of our law, that you have fcarce^time to reftify, nor can we well forefee the inconveniencies which will arife thereby. , Whalley....
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Memoirs of the Protector: Oliver Cromwell, and of His Sons ..., Volumen 2

1821
...Lord, why may not this, as well as other nations, be governed in the way of a republic." Whitelock. " The laws of England are so interwoven with the power...settle a. government without something of monarchy would make so great an alteration in the procedings of our laws, that you have scarce time to rectify,...
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Oliver Cromwell and His Times

Thomas Cromwell - 1822 - 588 páginas
...Lord, why may not this, as well as other nations, be governed in the way of a republic ? Whitelock. The laws of England are so interwoven with the power...settle a government without something of monarchy, would make so great an alteration in the proceedings of our laws, that you have scarce time to rectify,...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1822
...however has been charged on him. In the first conference at the Speaker's house, he said justly, "That the laws of England are so interwoven with the power...settle a government without something of monarchy would make so great an alteration in the proceedings of our laws, &c., that we cannot foresee the inconvenience...
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Oliver Cromwell and His Times

Thomas Cromwell - 1822 - 588 páginas
...government without something of monarchy, would make so great an alteration in the proceedings of our laws, that you have scarce time to rectify, nor can we well...foresee, the inconveniences which will arise thereby. , Colonel Whalley. (Who had the custody of the late Kind's person at Hampton Court.) I do not well...
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The trials of Charles the first, and of some of the regicides

1832
...England are so interwoven with the power and practice of monarchy, that to settle a government without monarchy in it, would make so great an alteration...law, that you have scarce time to rectify, nor can well foresee, the inconveniences which will arise thereby. Colonel Whalley — I do not well understand...
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The Trials of Charles the First: And of Some of the Regicides

1832 - 338 páginas
...England are so interwoven with the power and practice of monarchy, that to settle a government without monarchy in it, would make so great an alteration...law, that you have scarce time to rectify, nor can well foresee, the inconveniences which will arise thereby. Colonel Whalley — I do not well understand...
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