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The French Revolution of 1830: The Events which Produced It, and the Scenes ... - Page 23
by David Turnbull - 1830 - 443 pages
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Cobbett's Weekly Register, Volume 70

Great Britain - 1830
...collectiou of scraps from the green-bag reports of our two incomparable ministers. REPORT TO THE KING. SIRE,— Your Ministers would be little worthy of...springs of the Monarchical Government tend now to impair aud to change the nature of it. Stripped of its moral force, authority, lost in the capital and the...
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The Monthly Review

1830
...confidence with which your Majesty honours them, if they longer delayed to place before your eyes u view of our internal situation, and to point out to...nature of it. Stripped of its moral force, authority, lost in the capital and the provinces, no longer contends but at a disadvantage with the factious;...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volumes 69-70

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1830
...press. At no time for these fifteen years haa this situation presented itself under a more serious und more afflicting aspect. Notwithstanding an actual...the springs of the Monarchical Government tend now 10 impair ami to change the nature of it. Stripped of its moral force, authority, lost in the capital...
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Memoir of Louis Philippe i., king of the French

Louis Philippe (king of the French.) - 1830
...been more commented on than read, gives the following picture of the then- state' of the nation : — "/Notwithstanding an actual prosperity of which our...themselves at almost -every point of the kingdom. Pernicious and subversive doctrines, loudly professed, are spread and propagated among all classes...
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Annual Register

History - 1831
...employed for that purpose." II.— FOREIGN. REPORT of the FRENCH MINISTERS lo the KING, July, 1830. "Sire, — Your ministers would be little worthy of...nature of it. Stripped of its moral force, authority, lost in the capital and the provinces, no longer contends, but at a disadvantage, with the factious....
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 72

Edmund Burke - History - 1831
...employed for that purpose." II.— FOREIGN. REPORT of the FRENCH MINISTERS lo iltc KING, July, 1830. " Sire, — Your ministers would be little worthy of...nature of it. Stripped of its moral force, authority, lost in the capital and the provinces, no longer contends, but at a disadvantage, with the factious....
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 29

England - 1831
...the National, the Terns, and the Globe after it became a daily paper. We extract the passage — " At no time for these fifteen years has this situation...nature of it. Stripped of its moral force, authority, hoth in the capital and the provinces, no longer contends, but at a disadvantage, with the factious....
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A History of the Revolutions in Europe Since the Downfal of Napoleon ...

A counsellor at law - Belgium - 1831 - 408 pages
...of the internal situation of the kingdom, and of the dangers of the periodical press, proceeds : " At no time for these fifteen years has this situation...causes which have concurred to weaken the springs of monarchical government tend now to impair and to change the nature of it. Stripped of its moral force,...
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Time's Telescope

Almanacs, English - 1831
...been more commented on than read, gives the following picture of the then state of the nation:—' Notwithstanding an actual prosperity of which our...manifest themselves at almost every point of the kingdom. Pernicious and subversive doctrines, loudly professed, are spread and propagated among all classes...
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England and France; or, A cure for the ministerial Gallomania [by B. Disraeli].

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1832
...Notwithstanding an actual prosperity, of which our annals afford no example, signs of disorganisation and symptoms of anarchy manifest themselves at almost...nature of it. Stripped of its moral force, Authority, lost in the capital and the provinces, no longer contends, but at a disadvantage, with the factious....
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