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" ... their ability, let the best of them get up and tell me, what one character of liberty the Americans have, and what one brand of slavery they are free from, if they are bound in their property and industry by all the restraints you can imagine on commerce,... "
The Eloquence of the British Senate: Being a Selection of the Best Speeches ... - Page 296
by William Hazlitt - 1809
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How to Teach Reading in the Public Schools

Solomon Henry Clark - Reading - 1899 - 312 pages
...propositions. The reconstruction suggests the probable process of thought. THE CRITERION OF PITCH 63 The Englishman in America will feel that this is slavery...compensation, either to his feelings or his understanding. "The Englishman in America will feel that this is slavery [.]. (The mere fact) that it is legal slavery...
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Speech of Edmund Burke on Conciliation with the Colonies

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1900 - 152 pages
...restraints you can imagine on commerce, and at the same time are made pack-horses of every tax you chose to impose, without the least share in granting them....compensation, either to his feelings or his understanding." 1241 financiers. Persons who expected large revenues and returns from America. 1249 this was the intention....
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Writings and Speeches, Volume 2

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1901
...industry by all the restraints you can imagine on commerce, and at the same time are made pack-horses of every tax you choose to impose, without the least share in granting them. When they bear the burdens of unlimited monopoly, will you bring them to bear the burdens of unlimited revenue too ? The...
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The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke ...: A vindication of natural ...

Edmund Burke - 1902
...industry, by all the restraints you can imagine on commerce, and at the same time are made pack-horses of every tax you choose to impose, without the least...will be no compensation, either to his feelings or hia • understanding. A noble lord,1 who spoke some time ago, is full of the fire of ingenuous youth...
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The Politics of Aristotle: With an Introduction, Two Prefactory ..., Volume 3

Aristotle, William Lambert Newman - Constitutional law - 1902
...guard himself by explaining that the rule of law which he recommended must be the rule of good law. ' The Englishman in America will feel that this is slavery...compensation, either to his feelings or his understanding ' (Burke, Speech on American Taxation: Works, ed. Bohn, i. 433). Burke goes still further elsewhere...
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A Selection from the World's Great Orations Illustrative of the History of ...

Sherwin Cody - Orators - 1904 - 518 pages
...industry by all the restraints you can imagine on commerce, and at the same time are made pack-horses of every tax you choose to impose, without the least share in granting them. When they bear the burdens of unlimited monopoly, will you bring them to bear the burdens of unlimited revenue too? The...
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Edmund Burke, Apostle of Justice and Liberty

T. Dundas Pillans - Political science - 1905 - 199 pages
...industry by all the restraints " you can imagine on commerce, and at the same " time are made pack-horses of every tax you choose " to impose, without the least...The Englishman in " America will feel that this is slavery—that it is " legal slavery, will be no compensation either to his " feelings or his understanding....
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Burke's Speech on American Taxation

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1905 - 88 pages
...industry, 25 by all the restraints you can imagine on commerce, and at the same time are made pack-horses of every tax you choose to impose, without the least share in granting them? When they bear the burdens of unlimited monopoly, will you bring them to bear the burdens of unlimited revenue too? The...
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Burke's Speeches and Letters on American Affairs

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1911 - 295 pages
...industry by all the restraints you can imagine on commerce, and at the same time are made pack-horses of every tax you choose to impose, without the least...either to his feelings or his understanding. A noble lord,1 who spoke some time ago, is full of the fire of ingenuous youth; and when he has modelled the...
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Speech on Conciliation with America

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1919 - 319 pages
...industry by all the restraints you can imagine on commerce, and at the same time are made pack-horses of every tax you choose to impose, without the least...compensation, either to his feelings or his understanding. If this be the case, ask yourselves this question : Will they be content in such a state of slavery?...
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