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PAGA

77-80

Obedience, how enforced by Christianity

80-83

Allegiance-all Englishmen bound to it

83, 84

Mistaken Opinions as to the Grounds of the Obligation

84-90

Just Ground

90

Oath of Allegiance; who the Imposer-and the Import

of the Oath

91-94

Oath of Abjuration

94, 95

A Right retained by the British Nation with respect to the

Government

96-99

Another

99-105

The Utility of Government highly depends on its Stability

105

Consequent Duties of British Subjects 105-109

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Patriotism

198-200

Two postponed Questions discussed :
What Information is due from the Candidate to the Elec-
tors as to his political Opinions ?

201203

And is a Member of Parliament bound, or should he en-

'gage, to obey Instructions ?

203-210

Effects of the Expensiveness of Elections considered

210-217

Peculiarities in the Situation of a Member of the House of

Commons as distinct from that of a Peer; and confe-

quent Duties and Temptations

217-222

CHAP. VII.

On the Duties of the Executive Officers of

Government.

Preliminary Qualifications and Attainments to be fought

by one who looks up to an Executive Office 223-225
279, 280

CHAP. VIII.

Right of Defensive War founded on Reason and Chris

tianity

272-275

Duties of an Officer as to discharging the various Func-

tions of his Station

275-279

As to Public Money and Stores

As to Obedience

281–284

As to investigating the Justice of the War

284-290

As to Conduct towards Brother Officers

291-297

And towards private Soldiers and Seamen 297–304

As to encouraging Religion and Morality in those under

his Command (with illustrations)

305-313

Duties due to Enemies on the Score of Justice 314-316

Stratagems
339-350

CHAP. IX.

On the Duties of the Legal Profession.

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Attornies

342, 343

Habits and Dispositions to be cultivated, and Temptations

guarded against

350-362

Duties of a Barrister previous to the Cause being brought

to Trial

362-370

Duties during the Trial

371-378

And as to new Trials

378, 379

Reasons why a Barrister should not prematurely go into

Parliament

379-381

Peculiar Duties and Temptations of the parliamentary

Lawyer

381-389

And of the Crown Lawyer

389, 390

Benefits

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