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" Then first appeared with distinctness that constitution which has ever since, through all changes, preserved its identity ; that constitution of which all the other free constitutions in the world are copies, and which, in spite of some defects, deserves... "
The English Parliament in Its Transformations Through a Thousand Years - Page 107
by Rudolph Gneist - 1886 - 380 pages
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The History of England from the Accession of James the Second, Volume 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1849 - 413 pages
...annals, it is there that we must seek for the origin of our freedom, our prosperity, and our glory. Then it was that the great English people was formed,...dignity of a science, and rapidly became a not unworthy rival of the imperial jurisprudence. Then it was that the courage of those sailors who manned the rude...
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The history of England from the accession of James ii, Volume 2

Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay (Baron.) - 1849
...annals, it is there that we must seek for the origin of our freedom, our prosperity, and our glory. Then it was that the great English people was formed,...dignity of a science, and rapidly became a not unworthy rival of the imperial jurisprudence. Then it was that the courage of those sailors who manned the rude...
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The History of England: From the Accession of James the Second, Volume 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay - 1849 - 1649 pages
...islanders not merely in geographical position, but in their politics, their feelings, and their man- ners. Then first appeared with distinctness that constitution...dignity of a science, and rapidly became a not unworthy rival of the imperial jurisprudence. Then it was that the courage of those sailors who manned the rode...
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The Christian Parlor Magazine, Volume 5

1849
...the national character began to exhibit those peculiarities which it has ever since retained. .... Then first appeared with distinctness that constitution...it was that the common law rose to the dignity of a sciencci and rapidly became a not unwor|hy rival of the imperial jurisprudence. . . . Then was formed...
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History of England from the accession of James the Second

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1849
...preserved its identity ; that Constitution of which all the other free constitutions in the world arc copies, and which, in spite of some defects, deserves...dignity of a science, and rapidly became a not unworthy rival of the imperial jurisprudence. Then it was that tne courage of those sailors who manned the rude...
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The History of England from the Accession of James II.

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1849
...other free constitutions .in the world are copies, and which, in spite of some defects, deserves'to be regarded as the best under which any great society...dignity of a science, and rapidly became a not unworthy rival of the imperial jurisprudence. Then it was that the courage of those sailors who manned the rude...
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The history of England: from the accession of James II.

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay, Samuel Austin Allibone - Great Britain - 1849
...of all the representative assemblies which now meet, either in the Old or in the New World, vOL i. 2 held its first sittings. Then it was that the common...dignity of a science, and rapidly became a not unworthy rival of the imperial jurisprudence. Then it was that the courage of those sailors who manned the rude...
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The History of England from the Accession of James II.: From the ..., Volume 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1850
...annals, it is there that we must seek for the origin of our freedom, our prosperity, and our glory. Then it was that the great English people was formed,...dignity of a science, and rapidly became a not unworthy rival of the imperial jurisprudence. Then it was that the courage of those sailors who manned the rude...
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Readings in science and literature

Daniel Scrymgeour - 1851
...annals, it is there that we must seek for the origin of our freedom, our prosperity, and our glory. Then it was that the great English people was formed,...dignity of a science, and rapidly became a not unworthy rival of the imperial jurisprudence. Then it was that the courage of those sailors who manned the rude...
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Lyra Hellenica: or, Translations of passages from British poets into various ...

Edward Rupert Humphreys - 1852
...^sœ/oVjjra. T f той irXilSoug ou\fi, xaff S кацадиу/ла хатевтува^ ai 93 archetype of all the representative assemblies which...dignity of a science, and rapidly became a not unworthy rival of the imperial jurisprudence. Then it was that the courage of those sailors, who manned the...
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