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" There be natural causes also to further it; for the art of printing will so spread knowledge, that the common people, knowing their own rights and liberties, will not be governed by way of oppression ; and so, by little and little, all kingdoms will be... "
The Harleian miscellany; or, A collection of ... pamphlets and tracts ... in ... - Page 387
by Harleian miscellany - 1809
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The Harleian Miscellany: A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and ..., Volume 4

William Oldys, John Malham - 1809
...spiritualiter exponere, sed vereor, ne hujusmodi expositiotiem prudentes lectores nequaquam recipiant *. Schol. I am of St. Jerom's mind, and therefore with alacrity...common people, knowing their own rights and liberties, wi ll not be governed by way of oppression ; and so, by little and little, all kingdoms will be like...
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The Harleian Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and ...

William Oldys, John Malham - Great Britain - 1809
...exponere, sed •cercar, ne kujiumodi txposittonem prudentes lectores nequáquam recipient *. Schol, I am of St. Jerom's mind, and therefore with alacrity...spread knowledge, that the common people, knowing v their own rights and liberties, will not be governed by way of oppression ; and so, by little and...
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Milton and Jakob Boehme: A Study of German Mysticism in Seventeenth-century ...

Margaret Lewis Bailey - English poetry - 1914 - 200 pages
...years before, had named in the " natural causes of reformation a spread of knowledge through the press, that the common people, knowing their own rights and...liberties, will not be governed by way of oppression." 4 Thus we see a striking similarity of thought on the part of Milton, Hartlib's personal friend. The...
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MILTON AND JAKOB BOEHME

MARGARET LEWIS BAILEY - 1914
...years before, had named in the " natural causes of reformation a spread of knowledge through the press, that the common people, knowing their own rights and...liberties, will not be governed by way of oppression." 4 Thus we see a striking similarity of thought on the part of Milton, Hartlib's personal friend. The...
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Milton and Jakob Boehme: A Study of German Mysticism in Seventeenth-century ...

Margaret Lewis Bailey - English poetry - 1914 - 200 pages
...years before, had named in the " natural causes of reformation a spread of knowledge through the press, that the common people, knowing their own rights and...liberties, will not be governed by way of oppression." 4 Thus we see a striking similarity of thought on the part of Milton, Hartlib's personal friend. The...
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Printers and Press Freedom: The Ideology of Early American Journalism

Jeffery A. Smith - History - 1990 - 248 pages
...most obnoxious powers, Hartlib could say that all kingdoms would eventually be ideal states, since "the Art of Printing will so spread knowledge, that the common people, knowing their rights and liberties, will not be governed by way of oppression." Once established, however, his Macaria...
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Habermas and the Public Sphere

Craig J. Calhoun - Philosophy - 1992 - 498 pages
...play of ideas occurs before the Great Council of the Kingdom, predicted that in the rest of the world "the art of printing will so spread knowledge that...rights and liberties, will not be governed by way of oppression."16 Another sign of new democratic patterns of dissent is the process of progressive polarization...
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The Production of English Renaissance Culture

David Lee Miller, Sharon O'Dair, Harold Weber - England - 1994 - 326 pages
...weeklies in operation before the year was out — and the author of the Utopian Macaría predicted that "the art of printing will so spread knowledge that...rights and liberties, will not be governed by way of oppression."19 Lichfield's press-caisson is a strike against such a revolutionary press. The key determinant...
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Factual Fictions: The Origins of the English Novel

Lennard J. Davis - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1983 - 245 pages
...but that now the King had to appeal for their support. Samuel Hartlib predicted in a pamphlet that "the art of printing will so spread knowledge that...own rights and liberties, will not be governed by a way of oppression."9 Both the Royalists and the Roundheads quickly developed their own regular newsbooks,...
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Press and Speech Freedoms in the World, from Antiquity Until 1998: A Chronology

Louis Edward Ingelhart - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1998 - 307 pages
...A Scandalous Ballad about the Queen Mother. The hangman burned the ballads.43 Samuel Hartlib said, "The art of printing will so spread knowledge that the common people, knowing their own right and liberties will not be governed by way of oppression."*4 Richard Herne threatened to kill...
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