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" that his ambition was, to have gone to Quebec the first governor: to have reconciled the new subjects to the English ; and to have shewn the French the advantages of the mild rule of laws, over that of lawless power and despotism :"* and there is no... "
The Correspondence of the Late John Wilkes: With His Friends, Printed from ... - Página 60
por John Wilkes, John Almon - 1805
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The Political Register, and Impartial Review of New Books, Volumen2

John Almon - 1768
...gone there the firft governor, to have reconciled the new fubjecls 19 the Englifh, and to have fhewn the French the advantages of the mild rule of laws over that of lawlefs power and defpotifm; but he never did apply for this, or any thing elfe, to lord B—•-....
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The North Briton, XLVI: Numbers Complete, Volumen4

John Wilkes - 1772
...there the firft governor, to. have * have reconciled the new fubje&s to the Englifli, and to have fhewn the French the advantages of the mild rule of laws over that of lawlefs power and defpotifm; but he never did apply for this, or any thing elfe, to Lord Bute. TT has...
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Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Volumen11

1798
...order, as he expreiTed it, '< to have reconciled the new fubjefts to the Engliih, and to have ihewn the French the advantages of the mild rule of laws over that of lawléfs power and defpotifm ;"* but in this application, perhaps unfortunately for the world, he was...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volumen33

1798
...in order, as he exprelled it, "to have reconciled the ncw-,ubjefts to the Engliih, and to have Ihewn the French the advantages of the mild rule of laws over that of law. lels power and delpotifm ;" * but in this application, perhaps unfortunately for tjie world, be...
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine: Being a Complete ...

William Granger - 1807
...in order, as he exprefled it, " to have reconciled the new fubje&s to the Englifh, and to have fhewn the French the advantages of the mild rule of laws over that of lawlefs power and deipotifm * ;" but in this application, perhaps unfortunately for the world, he was...
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The correspondence of the late John Wilkes: with his friends, printed from ...

John Wilkes - 1805
...413. This was the only attempt ! that Mr. Wilkes ever made to gain an audience of lord to have gotoe to Quebec the first governor : to' have reconciled...excellent qualifications for that important post. ..j ' '••'• Upon a subsequent vacancy in the embassy to Constantinople, Mr. Wilkcs made a second...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen263

1887
...was " to have reconciled the new subjects to the English, and to have shown the French the advantage of the mild rule of laws over that of lawless power and despotism." 3 Wilkes attributed both failures to the Earl of Bute, now Secretary of State, and anxious to bestow...
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John Wilkes: A Friend to Liberty

Peter D. G. Thomas, Professor of History Peter D G Thomas - 1996 - 280 páginas
...to Quebec the first governor; to have reconciled the new subjects to the English; and to have shown the French the advantages of the mild rule of laws, over that of lawless power and despotism.'60 When the actual appointment came to be made early in 1763 Lord Bute was Prime Minister,...
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John Wilkes: The Lives of a Libertine

John Sainsbury - 2006 - 282 páginas
...military or administrative experience, he proclaimed his Whig principles: ' [H]is ambition was ... to have reconciled the new subjects to the English;...of laws, over that of lawless power and despotism.' John Almon claimed, presumably on the basis of Wilkes's own testimony, that 'had the negotiations taken...
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