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adopted agreed answer appeared applied argument asserted attended believed bill bring brought called carried cause circumstances committee commons conduct consequence consideration considered constitution crown danger discussion doubt duty effect established evidence exchequer existed expected expressed fact force former forward France French gentleman give given ground hoped important inquiry interest king late learned lord Majesty Majesty's manner matter means measure mind ministers mode motion moved nature necessary necessity never noble lord notice object observed occasion opinion opposed parliament peace persons petition Pitt present principles proceeded produce proper proposed prove question reason received reform regard resolutions respect right hon seemed session Sheridan situation speech spirit taken thing thought tion true vote whole wished
第 449 頁 - ... confinement of the person, by secretly hurrying him to jail, where his sufferings are unknown, or forgotten, is a less public, a less striking, and therefore a more dangerous engine of arbitrary government.
第 148 頁 - His Majesty has every reason to hope for the cordial co-operation of those powers who are united with His Majesty, by the ties of alliance, or who feel an interest in preventing the extension of anarchy and confusion, and in contributing to the security and tranquillity of Europe.
第 148 頁 - His Majesty thinks proper to acquaint the House of Commons, that the assembly now exercising the powers of government in France, have, without previous notice, directed acts of hostility to be committed against the persons and property of his majesty's subjects, in breach of the law of nations, and of the most positive stipulations of treaty, and have since, on the most groundless pretences, actually declared war against his majesty and the United Provinces.
第 449 頁 - Of great importance to the public is the preservation of this personal liberty: for if once it were left in the power of any, the highest, magistrate to imprison arbitrarily whomever he or his officers thought proper, as in France it is daily practised by the Crown, there would soon be an end of all other rights and immunities...
第 244 頁 - I were desirous of peace on any grounds but such as may provide for their permanent safely, and for the independence and security of Europe. The attainment of these ends is still obstructed by the prevalence of a system in France, equally incompatible with the happiness of that country and with the tranquillity of all other nations.
第 270 頁 - Marquis within me," exclaims the Earl, "and the Peerage never turned forth a more undaunted champion in its cause than I shall prove!" "Stain my green ribbon blue," cries out the illustrious Knight, "and the fountain of honor will have a fast and faithful servant!
第 374 頁 - Saint," or how were the camels, which formed part of the treasure to be " placed upon the altar ?" Sheridan, in reply, said, " It was the first time in his life he had ever heard of special pleading on a metaphor, or a bill of indictment against a trope. But such was the turn of the Learned Counsel's mind, that, when he attempted to be humorous, no jest could be found, and, when serious, no fact was visible.
第 7 頁 - Parliament their famous motion, that an humble address be presented to his Majesty that he would be graciously pleased to remove the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole...
第 268 頁 - I think the sincerity of your attachment to me needs no such test, I will make your interest co-operate with your principle : I will quarter many of you on the public supply, instead of calling on you to contribute to it; and, while their whole thoughts are absorbed in patriotic apprehensions for their country, I will dexterously force upon others the favourite objects of the vanity or ambition of their lives.