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I have seen in my time two enormous extensions of the suffrage to men--one in America and one in England. But neither the negroes ...
Montesquieu well knew, and justly admired, the happy constitution of this country [Great Britain], where fixed and known laws equa ...
The annexation to the United States of the adjacent parts of the continent both north and south, seems to be, according to the phr ...
Gladstone in Great Britain and Parnell in Ireland, under the watchword, "Home Rule for Ireland," are fighting the battle of self-g ...
The sun of her [Great Britain] glory is fast descending to the horizon. Her philosophy has crossed the Channel, her freedom the At ...
[I]n Great-Britain it is said that their constitution relies on the house of commons for honesty, and the lords for wisdom; which ...
The present war having so long cut off all communication with Great-Britain, we are not able to make a fair estimate of the state ...
During the late war [the American Revolution] I had an infallible rule for deciding what [Great Britain] would do on every occasio ...
I ... would rather be in dependance on Great Britain, properly limited, than on any nation upon earth, or than on no nation. But I ...
Without this, as well as with it, we could have declared our independence of Great Britain; but without it, we could not, I think, ...
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