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" Country. Do not let us subject them to the arbitrary Will and Pleasure of any one Man. A Power lodged in the Hands of one single Man, to judge and determine, without any Limitation, without any Controul or Appeal, is a sort of Power unknown to our Laws,... "
The Stage Censor: An Historical Sketch: 1544-1907 - Page 94
by G. M. G. - 1908 - 128 pages
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The History of England: From the Revolution in 1688 to the Death of George ...

Tobias Smollett - Great Britain - 1844 - 967 pages
...any one man. A power lodged in the hands of a single man to judge and determine without limitation, control, or appeal, is a sort of power unknown to...more absolute power than we trust even to the king limself; and, therefore, I must think we ought not to vest any such power in his majesty's lord chamberlain."...
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Works, including his Letters to his Son, &c: To which is prefixed an ...

Philip Dormer Stanhope Chesterfield (Earl of) - 1853 - 647 pages
...country; do not let us subject them to the arbitrary will and pleasure of any one man. A power lodged n the hands of one single man, to judge and determine, without any limitation, without any controul or appeal, is a sort unknown to our laws, inconsisa more absolute power than we trust even...
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History of England, by Hume and Smollett; with a continuation by T.S. Hughes

David Hume, Thomas Smart Hughes, Tobias George Smollett - 1854
...any one man. A power lodged in the hands of a single man to judge and determine without limitation, control, or appeal, is a sort of power unknown to...power than we trust even to the king himself; and therrfore I must think we ought not to vest any such power in his majesty's lord chamberlain.' His...
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The history of England, by D. Hume, continued by T. Smollett, and ..., Volume 2

David Hume - 1876
...any one man. A power lodged in the hands of a single man to judge and determine without limitation, control, or appeal, is a sort of power unknown to our laws, inconsistent with our constitution. It ia a higher, a more absolute power than we trust even to the king himself; and, therefore, 1 must think...
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The Stage: Or, Recollections of Actors and Acting from an Experience of ...

James Edward Murdoch, J. H. Bunting - Actors - 1880 - 510 pages
...God and their country. Do not let us subject them to the arbitrary will and pleasure of any one man. A power lodged in the hands of one single man to judge and determine without limitation, without any control or appeal, is a sort of power unknown to our laws, inconsistent with...
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About the Theatre: Essays and Studies

William Archer - Drama - 1886 - 350 pages
...any one man. A power lodged in the hands of a single man, to judge and determine without limitation, control, or appeal, is a sort of power unknown to our laws, and inconsistent with "Unknmmto ..... ... i • t_ j oit r laws, inCUr constitution ; it is a higher...
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Time, Volume 4; Volume 15

Edmund Hodgson Yates - 1886
...any one man. A power lodged in the hands of a single man to judge and dcte:miue without limitation, control, or appeal, is a sort of power unknown to our laws, and inconsistent with our constit ill iuii ; it is a higher and more absolute power than we trust even...
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The New Review, Volume 6

1892
...day : — "A power lodged in the hands of a single man, to judge and determine without limitation, control, or appeal, is a sort of power unknown to our laws, and inconsistent with our constitution ; it is a higher and more absolute power than we trust even...
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Dramatic History of the World

Rao S. Kolachelam - 1908 - 326 pages
...any one man. A power lodged in the hands of a single man to judge and determine without limitation, control or appeal, is a sort of power unknown to our...inconsistent with our constitution. It is a higher or a more absolute power than we trust even to the king himself and therefore I must think we ought...
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Pros and Cons: A Newspaper Reader's and Debater's Guide to the Leading ...

John Bertram Askew - Debates and debating - 1912 - 269 pages
...away. (2) " A power lodged in the hands of a single man to judge and determine without limitation, control or appeal, is a sort of power unknown to our laws and inconsistent with our constitution " (Lord Chesterfield). (3) It is illogical, whilst allowing...
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