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" ... becoming in any public man to act upon such a principle ? Was it fit that I should assume that either the object or the effect of the Reform Bill has been to preclude all hope of a successful appeal to the good sense and calm judgment of the people,... "
The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year - Page 330
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Cobbett's Weekly Register, Volume 86

Great Britain - 1834
...the good sense and calm judgment of the people, and so to fetter the prerogative of the crown, that the King has no free choice among his subjects, but...not taken it without deep and anxious consideration ns to the probability that my (minions are so far in unison with those (>f-.Ve constituent body of...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 86

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1834
...the gooil sense and calm judgment of the people, and so to fetter the prerogative of the crown, that the King has no free choice among his subjects, but must select his Ministers frorh e section, and one section only, of public men? I have taken another course, but I have not taken...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 37

1835
...the prerogative of the Crown, that tlie Kin? has no free choice among bis subjects, but must «elect his Ministers from one section, and one section only, of public men?" SHEPHERD. IIoo sensible — boo dignified — boo true ! NORTH. Faction will cling with desperate tenacity...
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England Under Seven Administrations, Volume 3

Albany Fonblanque - Great Britain - 1837
...good sense and calm "judgment of the people, and so to fetter the pre" rogative of the Crown, that the King has no free " choice among his subjects,...one section, and one section only, " of public men ?" Was it fit that he should assume that the object or effect of the Reform Bill had been to preclude...
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Noctes Ambrosianae

John Wilson, James Hogg, John Gibson Lockhart - Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine - 1854
...the good sense and calm judgment of the people; and so to fetter the prerogative of the crown, that the King has no free choice among his subjects, but...one section, and one section only, of public men?" Shepherd. What place is that 1 It canna be Coventry—for that's a dissyllable. Oo ay! Oo ay! Oo ay!...
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Noetes ambrosianę, Volume 5

John Wilson, James Hogg, William Maginn, John Gibson Lockhart - Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine - 1854
...the good sense and calm judgment of the people ; and so to fetter the prerogative of the crown, that the King has no free choice among his subjects, but...one section, and one section only, of public men?" Shepherd. Hoo sensible — hoo dignified — hoo true ! North. Faction will cling with desperate tenacity...
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The Works of Professor Wilson of the University of Edinburgh: Noctes ambrosianae

John Wilson - 1856
...the good sense and calm judgment of the people ; and so to fetter the prerogative of the Crown, that the King has no free choice among his subjects, but...one section, and one section only, of public men?" Shepherd. Hoo sensible — hoo dignified — hoo true ! North. Faction will cling with desperate tenacity...
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Works: Noctes ambrosianae

John Wilson - 1856
...the good sense and calm judgment of the people ; and so to fetter the prerogative of the Crown, that the King has no free choice among his subjects, but...one section, and one section only, of public men?" Shepherd. Hoo sensible — hoo dignified — hoo true ! North. Faction will cling with desperate tenacity...
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A sketch of the life and character of Sir Robert Peel

Sir Lawrence Peel - 1860 - 314 pages
...the good sense and calm judgment of the people, and so to fetter the prerogative of the Crown that the King has no free choice among his subjects but...the constituent body of the United Kingdom, as to make me, and those with whom I am about to act, and whose sentiments are in entire concurrence with...
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The Saint Pauls Magazine, Volume 3

Anthony Trollope - 1869
...the good sense and calm judgment of the people ; and so to fetter £ho prerogative of the Crown, that the King has no free choice among his subjects, but...from one section, and one section only, of public men ? " Ho formed a Government ; conducted the public business with great vigour ; and fought the Whigs...
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