Politics of the Georgium Sidus; Or, Advice how to Become Great Senators & Statesmen ...

Oddy, 1807 - 178 páginas

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Página 103 - For e'en though vanquished, he could argue still; While words of learned length, and thundering sound, Amazed the gazing rustics ranged around, And still they gazed, and still the wonder grew, That one small head could carry all he knew.
Página 147 - ... the tyrant's power; who has been labouring all his life to shew, that even a peer may dive deep in the bathos, and get distinction in the commonwealth of Grubstreet ; whose principles in politics, so far as he has had any, have been ever notoriously adverse to those of the constitution over whose government you preside...
Página 146 - Let your pretence be false; and let it be offered with that sneaking officiousness which may best betray you to shame, as anxious to offer sacrifices and concessions, concerning which, however, yau tremble lest they should not be accepted.
Página 146 - Being a slave, is he not so much the fitter to be your representative ? Must he have a coadjutor.' Select for the task one who has, long since, transferred as much as he could of...
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Página 27 - Newspapers of the metropolis, in their reports of the debates in parliament, in their solemn political paragraphs, and especially in those which are called their leading articles...

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