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" I will tell you what my political principles were in the time of her late glorious Majesty, which I never contradicted by any action, writing, or discourse. First, I always declared myself against a Popish successor to the Crown, whatever title he might... "
Beispielsammlung zur Theorie und Literatur der Schönen Wissenschaften - Página 132
por Johann Joachim Eschenaburg - 1794
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The works of Alexander Pope, with notes and illustrations, by ..., Volumen1

Alexander Pope - 1847
...that period to be understood. He asserts that he always declared himself against a popish successor to the crown, whatever title he might have by the proximity of blood ; he justifies the principle of a revolution whenever it is necessary to the public good, as in the...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift ... Containing Additional Letters, Tracts, and ...

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1883
...contradicted by any action, writing, or discourse. First, I always declared myself against a Popish successor to the crown, whatever title he might have by the...ever regard the right line, except upon two accounts ; first, as it was established by law ; and, secondly, as it has much weight in the opinions of the...
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The Works, Volumen16

Jonathan Swift - 1883
...contradicted by any action, writing, or discourse. First, I always declared myself against a Popish successor to the crown, whatever title he might have by the...ever regard the right line, except upon two accounts ; first, as it was established by law ; and, secondly, as it has much weight in the opinions of the...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift: Containing Additional Letters ..., Volumen16

Jonathan Swift - 1883
...contradicted by any action, writing, or discourse. First, I always declared myself against a Popish successor to the crown, whatever title he might have by the...ever regard the right line, except upon two accounts ; first, as it was established by law ; and, secondly, as it has much weight in the opinions of the...
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Letters and Journals of Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift - 1885 - 292 páginas
...contradicted by any action, writing, or discourse. First, I always declared myself against a popish successor to the crown, whatever title he might have by the...ever regard the right line, except upon two accounts, first, as it was established by law, and secondly, as it has much weight in the opinions of the people....
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Letters and Journals of Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift - 1885 - 292 páginas
...against a popish successor to the crown, whatever title he might have OUTTCAC POUTTCAC LETTERS 139 by the proximity of blood : neither did I ever regard the right line, except upon two accounts, first, as it was established by law, and secondly, as it has much weight in the opinions of the people....
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Unpublished Letters of Dean Swift

Jonathan Swift - 1899 - 269 páginas
...nothing for the divine right of kings. " I always declared myself," he wrote, "against a Popish successor to the crown, whatever title he might have by the...ever regard the right line except upon two accounts ; first, as it was established by law, and secondly as it has much weight in the opinions of the people....
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Unpublished Letters of Dean Swift

Jonathan Swift - 1899 - 269 páginas
...nothing for the divine right of kings. " I always declared myself," he wrote, "against a Popish successor to the crown, whatever title he might have by the...ever regard the right line except upon two accounts ; first, as it was established by law, and secondly as it has much weight in the opinions of the people....
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen80

1897
...for the divine right of kings. " I always declared myself," he wrote, " against a popish successor to the crown, whatever title he might have by the...ever regard the right line except upon two accounts ; first, as it was established by law, and secondly as it has much weight in the opinions of the people."...
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The Atlantic Monthly

1897
...for the divine right of kings. " I always declared myself," he wrote, " against a popish successor to the crown, whatever title he might have by the...ever regard the right line except upon two accounts ; first, as it was established by law, and secondly as it has much weight in the opinions of the people."...
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