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" THE JUDGMENT OF HIS PEERS, By which protected BRITAIN'S dauntlefs train See factions rage, and tyrants frown, in vain. O dear-bought Freedom ! if thy holy flame Burns in our fouls, nor refts an empty name ; If for thy fake the kindling warmth we feel... "
Poems on Various Subjects - Page 47
by Henry James Pye - 1787
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Annual Register, Volume 17

History - 1801
...cruel power, enforcing cruel laws, But watchful THEMIS o'er each freeman rears That facrcd (hicld, THE JUDGMENT OF HIS PEERS, By which protected, BRITAIN'S...train See factions rage, and tyrants frown in vain. О dear-bought freedom ! if thy holy flame Burns in our fouls, nor reib an empty name ! If for thv...
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Annual Register, Volume 17

Edmund Burke - History - 1778
...facred (hield, THE JUDGMENT OFJHIS PEER», By which protected, BRITAIN'S dauntlefs train See fadtions rage, and tyrants frown in vain. O dear-bought freedom...holy flame Burns in our fouls, nor refts an empty riamel •If for thy fake the kindling warmth we feel, JJnwarp'd by felfim views, or party zeal, May...
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