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" ... a Commonwealth and Free State, and shall from henceforth be governed as a Commonwealth and Free State by the supreme authority of this nation, the representatives of the people in Parliament, and by such as they shall appoint and constitute as officers... "
Quarter Sessions Records - Page 91
by Great Britain. Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (North Riding of Yorkshire) - 1887
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Republicanism: Volume 1, Republicanism and Constitutionalism in Early Modern ...

Martin van Gelderen, Quentin Skinner - Political Science - 2002
...May 1649 announced that as a 'Commonwealth and Free State' the people of England would be governed by the supreme authority of this nation, the representatives of the people in parliament'. The Rump would never elaborate on that terse announcement. Over the next two years the regime, struggling...
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Against Throne and Altar: Machiavelli and Political Theory Under the English ...

Paul A. Rahe - Political Science - 2008
...managed formally to declare England "a Commonwealth and Free State . . . henceforth to be governed ... by the supreme authority of this nation, the representatives of the people in Parliament, . . . and that without any king or House of Lords."50 The knowledge, however, that the regicide republicans were...
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Works, Volume 8, Parts 1-2

1874
...COMMONWEALTH OR FREE -STATE ; ' and shall from henceforth be governed as a Commonwealth •and Free-State, — by the Supreme Authority of this Nation ' the Representatives...shall appoint and constitute officers and ministers ' under them for the good of the People ; and that without any ' King or House of Lords.'2 — What...
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西洋近代政治思潮

Political science - 1979 - 803 pages
...shall from henceforth be governed as a Commonwealth and Free.State, by the supreme authority of the nation, the Representatives of the People in Parliament, and by such as they shall appoint and constitute as officers and ministers muder them for the good of the people, and that without any King or House...
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