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" The law is an expression of the will of the community. All citizens have a right to concur, either personally or by their representatives, in its formation. "
The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ... - Page 123
1790
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The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and ..., Volume 21

Europe - 1791
...action- hurtful to fociety. What it not prohibited by the law, mould not be hindered ; nor1 mould any pne be compelled to that which the law does not require. VI. The law is an expreflion of the will of the community. All citizeni have a right to concur, either perfonally, or...
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Reflections on the Revolution in France,: And on the Proceedings in Certain ...

Edmund Burke - France - 1790 - 356 pages
...actions * hurtful to fociety. What is not prohibited by ' the law, mould not be hindered ; nor mould any * one be compelled to that which the law does...community. All citizens have a right to * concur, either perfonally, or by their reprefenta'' lives, in its formation. It mould be the fame to * all,...
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Essays: Philosophical, Historical & Literary, Volume 4

William Belsham - 1791
...hindered ; nor flioukl any one be compelled to what the law does not require. VI. The law is an exprefllon of the will of the community. All citizens have a right to concur, either perfonally, or by their repreftntatives, in its formation. It ihould be the fame to all, whether...
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Rights of Man: Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on the French ...

Thomas Paine - France - 1791 - 171 pages
...actions * hurtful to fociety. What is not prohibited by * the law, mould hot be hindered ; nor mould any ' one be compelled to that which the law does...community. All citizens have a right to * concur, either perfonally, or by their reprefenta* tives, in its formation. It mould be the fame to * all,...
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A letter to ... Edmund Burke ... in reply to his Appeal from the new to the ...

George Rous - 1791 - 126 pages
...actions hurtful to fociety. What is not " prohibited by the law fhould not behin** dered ; nor fhould any one be compelled " to that which the law does not require, " VI. The law is an expreflion of the " will of the community. All citizens " have a right to concur, either perfbn" ally,...
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Annual Register, Volume 31

Edmund Burke - History - 1792
...only nations hurtful to fociety. What is not prohibited by the latv mould not be hindered ; nor ihould any one be compelled to that which the law does not require. VI. The law is an expreilion of the will of the community. All citizens have a right to concur, either perfonally or...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 31

Edmund Burke - History - 1792
...adlions hurtful to fociety. What is not prohibited by the law fliould not be hindered ; nor (hould any one be compelled to that which the law does not require. VI. The law is an expreflion of the will of the community. Allci. tizens have a tight to concur, either perfonally or...
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Observations on the Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs, and on Mr. Paine's ...

Brooke Boothby - Great Britain - 1792 - 283 pages
...prohibit only aftions hurtful tofociety.' What is not prohibited by lawjhould not be hindered, nor JJjould any one be compelled to that which the law does not require. Thefe-two articles taken together are reducible to a fhort form — That good government conJifts in...
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A View of the Causes and Consequences of the Present War with France

Thomas Erskine Baron Erskine - France - 1794 - 138 pages
...actions hurtful to fociety. What is not " prohibited by the law fhould not be hin•** dercd ; nor fhould any one be compelled " to that which the law does...community. All citizens *' have a right to concur, either perfon" ally, or by their reprefentatives, in its. " formation. // ftould be the fame to all,...
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Memoirs of the Reign of George III to the Session of Parliament ..., Volume 4

William Belsham - Great Britain - 1801
...doing whatever does not injure another. V. The law ought only to prohibit a&ions hurtful to fociety. VI. The law is an expreffion of the" will of the community. All being equal in its fight, are equally eligible to all honors, places, and employments, without any...
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