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" of Briton, and that the privileges of his people are dearer to him than the most valuable prerogatives of his crown; and it is in opposition to a kind of power, the exercise of which in former periods of English history cost one king his head, and another... "
The New England Magazine - 第 321 頁
1886
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American History Told by Contemporaries ...

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1901
...when we hear the greatest monarch upon earth declaring from his throne that he glories in the name of Briton, and that the privileges of his people are...the most valuable prerogatives of his crown ; and as it is in opposition to a kind of power, the exercise of which, in former periods of English history,...
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American History Told by Contemporaries: Building of the republic, 1689-1783

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1901
...when we hear the greatest monarch upon earth declaring from his throne that he glories in the name of Briton, and that the privileges of his people are...the most valuable prerogatives of his crown ; and as it is in opposition to a kind of power, the exercise of which, in former periods of English history,...
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A Literary History of America

Barrett Wendell - 1901 - 574 頁
...when we hear the greatest monarch upon earth declaring from his throne that he glories in the name of Briton, and that the privileges of his people are...than the most valuable prerogatives of his crown; and as it is in opposition to a kind of power, the exercise of which, in former periods of English history,...
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A Literary History of America

Barrett Wendell - 1901 - 574 頁
...upon earth declaring from his throne that he glories in the name of Briton, and that the orivileges of his people are dearer to him than the most valuable prerogatives of his crown; and as it is in opposition to a kind of power, the exercise of which, in former periods of English history,...
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Orations from Homer to William McKinley, 第 5 卷

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - 1902 - 11114 頁
...when we hear the greatest monarch upon earth declaring from his throne that he glories in the name* of Briton, and that the privileges of his people are...than the most valuable prerogatives of his crown; and as it is in opposition to a kind of power, the exercise of which, in former periods of history, cost...
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Early American Orations, 1760-1824

Louie Regina Heller - 1902 - 199 頁
...when we hear the greatest monarch upon earth declaring from his throne that he glories in the name of Briton and that the privileges of his people are...the most valuable prerogatives of his crown ; and as it is in opposition to a kind of power, the exercise of which in former periods of history cost...
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Where American Independence Began: Quincy, Its Famous Group of Patriots ...

Daniel Munro Wilson - 1902 - 289 頁
...Independence was born." Not a word of independence, however, appears in Otis's fervent denunciation of that " kind of power, the exercise of which, in former periods of English history, cost one king of England his head, and another his throne." It is a plea for " English liberty " against a misguided...
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American orators

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - 1903
...when we hear the greatest monarch upon earth declaring from his throne that he glories in the name of Briton, and that the privileges of his people are...than the most valuable prerogatives of his crown; and as it is in opposition to a kind of power, the exercise of which, in former periods of history, cost...
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Boston: The Place and the People

Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe - 1903 - 397 頁
...liberties against which no act of Parliament could prevail. " I oppose that kind of power," he declared, " the exercise of which, in former periods of English history, cost one king of England his head and another his throne." Here were words of a sort to which the ears of Boston...
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I. Colonialism. II. Constitutional government. III. The rise of democracy ...

Alexander Johnston, James Albert Woodburn - 1904
...when we hear the greatest monarch upon earth declaring from his throne that he glories in the name of Briton, and that the privileges of his people are dearer to him than the most valuableprerogatives of his crown ; and as it is in opposition to a kind of power, the exercise of...
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