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" Certainly he that considereth these things in God's peculiar people will easily discern how little of truth there is in the ways of the multitude ; and though sometimes they are flattered with that aphorism, will hardly believe the voice of the people... "
Pseudodoxia Epidemica: Or, Enquiries Into Very Many Received Tenents, and ... - Page 10
by Sir Thomas Browne - 1658 - 326 pages
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The English Cyclopaedia: Division. Geography. 4v. and Suppl

Charles Knight - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1866
...little of truth there is in the multitude ; and though they are sometimes flattered with that aphorism, will hardly believe the voice of the people to be the voice of God." — Brown's 'Vulgar Errors/ book i. 3. Sayings of this description are well adapted to make an impression...
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Arts and Sciences: Or, Fourth Division of "The English Encyclopedia", Volume 1

Charles Knight - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1866
...little of truth there is in the multitude ; and though they are sometimes flattered with that aphorism, will hardly believe the voice of the people to be the voice of God." — Brown's ' Vulgar Errors,' book i. 3. Sayings of this description are well adapted to make an impression...
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The apophthegmes of Erasmus, tr. by N. Udall

1877
...there is in the wayes of the Multitude ; and though sometimes they are flattered with that Aphorism, will hardly believe, The voice of the People to be the voice of God."— Sir T. Browne's Vulgar Errors (1686) p. 7-8. Beeyng set agog to thinke all the worlde otemele ... 329...
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The Life and Times of John Wilkes, M. P., Lord Mayor of London ..., Volume 2

Great Britain - 1888
...following, the opinion of the people. I will through life be faithful to their cause. I firmly and sincerely believe the voice of the people to be the voice of God. I wish always to hear it clear and distinct.' Horne sent to the papers an anonymous account of the...
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The Stanford Dictionary of Anglicised Words and Phrases

Charles Augustus Maude Fennell - English language - 1891 - 826 pages
...HOWELL, Instr. For. Trav., p. 37 (1869). 1646 though sometimes they arc flattered with that Aphorism, will hardly believe. The voice of the People to be the voice of God : SIR TH. BROWN, Pseud. Ef., Bk. i. ch. iii. p. 8 (1686). 1870 the law of the empire is concluded in...
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Life of John Wilkes

Horace Bleackley - Great Britain - 1917 - 464 pages
...pleasure," he declared, " in finding out and following the opinion of the people. ... I firmly and sincerely believe the voice of the people to be the voice of God. I wish always to hear it clear and distinct. When I do I will obey it as a divine call." 1 Though Wilkes...
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John Wilkes: The Scandalous Father of Civil Liberty

Arthur Cash - Biography & Autobiography - 2008 - 496 pages
...newspapers praising the meeting as one in which "the people" had taken charge. "I firmly and sincerely believe the voice of the people to be the voice of God," he wrote; "I wish always to hear it clear and distinct. When I do I will obey it as a divine call."29...
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