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" ... the effect of the divine disposition, it is bound by the eternal laws of Him that gave it, with which no human authority can dispense; neither he that exercises it, nor even those who are subject to it: and if they were mad enough to make an express... "
The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir - Σελίδα 325
των Edmund Burke - 1835
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Τόμος 7

Edmund Burke - 1827
...it : and, if they were mad enough to make an express compact, that should release their magistrate from his duty, and should declare their lives, liberties,...and properties dependent upon, not rules and laws, hut his mere capricious will, that covenant would be void. The acceptor of it has not his authority...

Blackwood's Magazine, Τόμος 34

1833
...liberties, and properties dependent, not upon rules or laws, but upon his mere capricious will, the Covenant would be void. The acceptor of it has not his authority increased, but hi* crime doubled. " The title of conquest makes no difference. No conquest can givn such a right ;...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Τόμος 34

1833
...properties dependent, not upon rules or laws, but upon his mere capricious will, the Covenant ivould be void. The acceptor of it has not his authority increased, but his crime doubled. "The title of conquest makes no difference. No conquest can givo such a right ;...

A memoir of the political life of ... Edmund Burke

George Croly - 1840
...liberties, and properties dependent, not upon rules or laws, but upoii his mere capricious will, the Covenant would be void. The acceptor of it has not his authority increased, but his crime doubled. " The title of conquest makes no difference. No conquest can give such a right ;...

A Memoir of the Political Life of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke ..., Τόμος 1

George Croly - 1840
...liberties, and properties dependent, not upon rules or laws, but upon his mere capricious will, the Covenant would be void. The acceptor of it has not his authority increased, but his crime doubled. " The title of conquest makes no difference. No conquest can give such a right ;...

Celebrated Speeches of Chatham, Burke, and Erskine: To which is Added, the ...

William Pitt (Earl of Chatham) - 1841 - 540 σελίδες
...it : and, if they were mad enough to make an express compact, that should release their magistrate from his duty, and should declare their lives, liberties,...can it be imagined, if this be true, that he will sufler this great ift of government, the greatest, the best, that was ever given y God to mankind,...

The Presbyterian review and religious journal, Τόμος 15

1842
...lease the magistrate from his duty, and declare their liberties dependent upon his capricious will, the covenant would be void. The acceptor of it has not his authority increased, but his crime doubled. Men cannot covenant themselves out of their rights and their duties, and there is...

Library of Oratory: Embracing Select Speeches of Celebrated Orators ..., Τόμος 3

1845
...it : and, if they were mad enough to make an express compact, that should release their magistrate from his duty, and should declare their lives, liberties,...imagined, if this be true, that he will suffer this great fift of government, the greatest, the best, that was ever given y God to mankind, to be the plaything...

Guide to the History of the Laws and Constitutions of England, Consisting of ...

Thomas Chisholm Anstey - 1845 - 433 σελίδες
...People were mad enough, to make an express Contract, that should release their Magistrate from his Duty, that Covenant would be void. The Acceptor of it has not his Authority increased, but his Crime doubled. Those who give, perform acts, — that are void as they are given, — good and...

The Standard Speaker: Containing Exercises in Prose and Poetry for ...

Epes Sargent - 1852 - 558 σελίδες
...it ; and, if they were mad enough to make an express compact, that should release their magistrate from his duty, and should declare their lives, liberties...mere capricious will, that covenant would be void. This arbitrary power is not to be had by conquest. Nor can any sovereign have it by succession; for...




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