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Libros Libros 91 - 92 de 92 sobre But, sir, your ancestors thought this sort of virtual representation, however ample,...
" But, sir, your ancestors thought this sort of virtual representation, however ample, to be totally insufficient for the freedom of the inhabitants of territories that are so near, and comparatively so inconsiderable. How then can I think it sufficient... "
The Monthly Review - Página 78
1776
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Edmund Burke - 1793
...inconfiderable. How then can I think it fufficient for thofe which are infinitely greater, and infmitely more remote ? You will now, Sir, perhaps imagine, that I am on the point of propofmg to you a fcheme for a reprefentation of the colonies in parliament. Perhaps I might be inclined...
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Pitman's Journal of Commercial Education, Volumen46

1887
...how he deserved any credit for tiling the pig his name — anyone would have known what to call him. You will now, sir, perhaps imagine that I am on the point of proP^.ng to you a scheme for representation of the colonies in ParliaCt.U Perhaps I might be inclined...
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