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(ro be continued)

(ro be continued)

be continued) Thefe Here we may obferve, that the weight of taxes, occafioned the firit revolt of the Britons :gainft :he Government of the Romans. A firnilar circumflance to this hiss luxe happened in theßeign of Richard 11. which ue itall here let dowe. In this re gn a poll- .
17 April 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
Parliament.

Parliament.

Let no man imagine himfelf unconcerned in the propofed reform—let no one think fo meanly of his fituation or abilities, as to fiippofe his coming foiward will be of no fervice to the caufe of liberty! Numbers, union, and perfeverance, muft in the end, be crowned with fuccefs ; w
30 October 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
$0 Addrefi frem the Lamle' Correhending Society.

$0 Addrefi frem the Lamle' Correhending Society.

Parliament, finding that the laws wanted fimplifica. non and arrangement, would fet about it, _however deftruftive their labours might prove to the fordid interei of an ambitious judge; a proftituted council, a packed jury, or a vile herd of pettifoggers, trading julticea, bai.
30 October 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
The

The

On the Inequality of Reprefentatibn.. time for the expeAed meeting of Parliament now approached. A proclamation which came out with the writs was remarkable for the fairnefs of its afpeet, and the pernicioufnefs of its tendency: prohibitions that interfered with the fubje&s rig
27 November 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
172

172

OA a fiarliamentary reform. It is the interea of the people to open their eyes; . and if when they behold their intereft, they will not regard it, they deferve no faither afliftance. But I truft we are not yet arrived at that height of national depravity. I could, therefore with
27 November 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 

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BOROUGH

BOROUGH

27 November 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
On an Alliance wig, Fra,it. and property of the whole nation, inftead of thofe few only who plundered it: a

On an Alliance wig, Fra,it. and property of the whole nation, inftead of thofe few only who plundered it: a

real fecurity in the place of an ideal one. But, fay thee detraCtors and decriers of the French Conftitution, they have only paper money, and this paper money is at the amazing difcount of forty or fifty per Cent.—but this is only a temporary inconvenience, occafioned by the adv
29 May 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
Hillorical Flay.

Hillorical Flay.

moft tyrannical kings of England could glover force from them! They have, in a great meafure, loft what their forefathers fpent their blood and treafure to defendthe greateil jewel that any people can poffers—their con tutional and natural liberty—their birth-right and inheritan
29 May 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
174. Reirefentation of tbe People.

174. Reirefentation of tbe People.

1 74. Reirefentation tbe People. for that natural fecurity, which the wifdom and valour of our forefathers fectired for ourfelves; and which with unparalelled injuflice and ingratitude, then endeavoured to wreft from them of having delegates from among themfelves-; who being fubj
29 May 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England
 
213

213

214 On the Briti,4 Conflittition. then be only the inftrument of good, and the hereditary fucceffion, annexed to the Monarchy, will be the means of preventing thofe internal commotions fo frequent in Democratical countries. 1 am, Gentlemen, Your very humble Servant, M. B.* Bit M
12 June 1792 - Patriot; or, Political, Moral, and Philosophical Repository Consisting of Original Pieces - London, London, England