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" These persons seem to imagine that, under no possible circumstances, can an honest man endeavour to keep his country upon a line with the progress of political knowledge, and to adapt its course to the varying circumstances of the world. Such an attempt... "
The political life of ... George Canning, from ... 1822 to ... 1827 - Page 52
by Augustus Granville Stapleton - 1831
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 19

Europe - 1828 - 872 pages
...jacobinism. These persons seem to imagine that, under no possible circumstances, can an honest man endeavour to keep his country upon a line with the progress...sap the foundations of the greatness of the country. Sir, I consider it to be the duty of a British statesman, in internal as well as external affairs,...
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The Parliamentary Debates, Volume 14

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1826 - 860 pages
...Jacobinism. These persons seem to imagine that, under no possible circumstances, can an honest man endeavour to keep his country upon a line with the progress...sap the foundations of the greatness of the country. Sir, I consider it to be the duty of a British statesman, in internal as well as 855] HOUSE OF COMMONS,...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1826 - 734 pages
...Jacobinism. These persons seem to imagine, that under no possible circumstances can ait honest man endeavour to keep his country upon a line with the progress...sap the foundations of the greatness of the country- Sir, I consider it to be the duty of a British statesman—in internal as well as external affairs—to...
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The Parliamentary Debates, Volume 14

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1826 - 736 pages
...Jacobinism. These persons seem to imagine that, under no possible circumstances, can an honest man endeavour to keep his country upon a line with the progress...and to adapt its course to the varying circumstances otthe world. Such an attempt is branded as an indication of mischievous intentions, as evidence of...
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The London Magazine, Volume 8

1827 - 624 pages
...Jacobinism. These persons seem to imagine, that under no possible circumstances can an honest man endeavour to keep his country upon a line with the progress...sap the foundations of the greatness of the country. Sir, I consider it to be the duty of a British statesman, in internal as well as external affairs,...
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The Quarterly biographical magazine

334 pages
...Jacobinism. These persons seem to imagine, that under no possible circumstances can an honest man endeavour to keep his country upon a line with the progress...design to sap the foundations of the greatness of a country. I consider it to be the duty of a British statesman, in internal as well as external affairs,...
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The Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning: With a Memoir of His Life, Volume 5

George Canning - Great Britain - 1828 - 550 pages
...These persons seem to imagine that, under no possible circum-* stances can an honest man endeavour to keep his' country upon a line ,with the progress...attempt is branded as an indication of mischievous inten-> tions, as evidence of a design to sap the foundations of the greatn'ess of 'the country. Sir,...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable George Canning, Volume 2

1829 - 476 pages
...Jacobinism. These persons seem to imagine, that under no possible circumstances can an honest man endeavour to keep his country upon a line with the progress...sap the foundations of the greatness of the country. Sir, I consider it to be the duty of a British statesman, in internal as well as external affairs,...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable George Canning ...

John Styles, Roger Therry - 1830 - 466 pages
...endeavonr to keep his conntry upon a line with the progress of political knowledge, and to adaptits conrse to the varying circumstances of the world. Such an attempt is branded as an indication of mischievons intentions, as evidence of H design to sap the fonndations of the greatness of the conntry....
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The History of the Life and Reign of George the Fourth, Volume 3

William Wallace - Great Britain - 1832 - 410 pages
...jacobinism. These persons seem to imagine, that, under no possible circumstances can an honest man endeavour to keep his country upon a line with the progress...the foundations of the greatness of the country." The following passage is still more explicit: — " But it is singular to remark, how ready some people...
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