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" In the legislature, the people are a check upon the nobility, and the nobility a check upon the people; by the mutual privilege of rejecting what the other has resolved: while the king is a check upon both, which preserves the executive power from encroachments.... "
Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books - Page 155
by Sir William Blackstone - 1791
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Crossley's Comprehensive class book

John Thomas Crossley - 1845
...mutual privilege of rejecting what the other has resolved ; while the king is a check upon both. The executive power is again checked and kept within due bounds by the two houses, through the privilege they have of inquiring into, impeaching, and punishing the conduct (not...
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Commentaries on Universal Public Law

George Bowyer - Jurisprudence - 1854 - 387 pages
...privilege of rejecting what the other has resolved ; while the king is a check upon both, which preserves the executive power from encroachments. And this very...again checked and kept within due bounds by the two houses, through the privilege they have of inquiring into, impeaching, and punishing the conduct, not...
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The Philosophy of Intimidation; Or, Historical Sketches on the Elective ...

William BROWN (A.M., of Tobermore.) - 1856 - 185 pages
...resolved ; while the queen is a check upon both, which preserves the executive power from encroachment. And this very executive power is again checked and kept within due bounds by the two houses through the privilege they have of inquiring into, impeaching and punishing the conduct, not...
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New Commentaries on the Laws of England: (partly Founded on Blackstone)

Henry John Stephen - Law - 1858
...of rejecting what the other has resolved ; while the sovereign is a check upon both, which preserves the executive power from encroachments : and this...again checked and kept within due bounds by the two houses, through the privilege they have of inquiring into, impeaching, and punishing the conduct (not,...
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The Revised Lesson Book for Standard I(-vi) of the Revised Code of the ...

Great Britain. Committee on Education - Education - 1864
...mutual privilege of rejecting what the other has resolved ; while the king is a check upon both. The executive power is again checked and kept within due bounds by the two houses, through the privilege they have of inquiring into, impeaching, and punishing the conduct (not...
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The Student's Blackstone: Commentaries on the Laws of England, in Four Books

William Blackstone - Law - 1865 - 612 pages
...of rejecting what the other has resolved : while the sovereign is a check upon both, which preserves the executive power from encroachments. And this very...again checked and kept within due bounds by the two houses, through the privilege they have of inquiring into, impeaching, and punishing the conduct (not,...
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The Future of British America: Independence! How to Prepare for it ...

Paul I. Tickle - Canada - 1865 - 16 pages
...privilege of rejecting what the other has resolved ; while the King is a cheek upon both, which preserves the executive power from encroachments. And this very...again checked and kept within due bounds by the two houses, through the privilege they have of inquiring into, impeaching, and punishing the conduct (not...
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Fallacies and Tendencies of the Age

George Alfred Dean - Great Britain - 1871 - 251 pages
...resolved ; while the king is a check upon both, which preserves the executive power from encroachment. And this very executive power is again checked, and kept within due bounds by the two Houses through the privilege they have of inquiring into, impeaching, and punishing the conduct, not...
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John Heywood's Manchester readers. [With] Key, pt.1,2. Primer, Book 5

John Heywood (ltd.) - 1875
...resolved ; while the king is a check upon both ; which preserves the executive power from encroachment. And this very executive power is again checked, and kept within due bounds, by the two houses, through the privilege they have of inquiring into, impeaching, and punishing the conduct, not...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, Volume 1

Herbert Broom, Edward Alfred Hadley - Law - 1875
...the sovereign is a check upon both, and may preserve the executive power from encroachments. But this executive power is again checked and kept within due bounds by the two houses, through the privilege they have of inquiring into, impeaching, and punishing the conduct (not...
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