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" Where popular discontents have been very prevalent; it may well be affirmed and supported, that there has been generally something found amiss in the constitution, or in the conduct of Government. The people have no interest in disorder. When they do... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 281
1827
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The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1877
...caprice des peuples. Rien ne revolts les grands d1 un royaume com/me un gouvernement foible et derange". Pour la populace, ce n'est jamais par envie d'attaquer qu'elle se souleve, mais par impatience de souffrir." * These are the words of a great man ; of a minister of state ; and a zealous assertor of...
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Burke, Select Works, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - Political science - 1883
...there has been generally something found amiss in the constitution, or in the conduct of Government. The people have no interest in disorder. When they do wrong, it is their error, and not their crime. But with the governing part of the State, it is far otherwise. They certainly...
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My lords of Strogue, Volume 2

Lewis Strange Wingfield (hon.) - 1879
...were gone. Lord Clare wondered whether he had been too precipitate, and digested Sully's saying : ' Pour la populace ce n'est jamais par envie d'attaquer qu'elle se souleve, mais par impatience de souffrir.' Had the people not suffered enough yet ? The yeomanry motto had been, ' Soyons freres, ou...
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The Cambridge Examiner, Volume 1

Education, Higher - 1881
...Interior Administration. 13. Comment on the • following statements, and say to what they refer : " The people have no interest in disorder. When they do wrong it is their error not their fault." " The real advisers, who enjoyed all the power, were effectively removed from all the danger."...
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Leaders of the senate: a biographical history of the rise and development of ...

Alexander Charles Ewald - 1884
...conduct of government. The people have no iuterest in disorder. When they do wrong it is their error, and not their crime. But with the governing part of the state it is far otherwise. They certainly may act ill by design as well as by mistake." He then touched upon the "governing part...
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The Wisdom of Burke: Extracts from His Speeches and Writings

Edmund Burke - 1886 - 261 pages
...there has been generally something found amiss in the constitution, or in the conduct of government. The people have no interest in disorder. When they do wrong, it is their error, and not their crime. But with the governing part of the state, it is far otherwise. They certainly...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1887
...there has been generally •omething found amiss in the constitution, or in the conduct of government. The people have no interest in disorder. When they do wrong, it is their error, and not their crime. But with the governing part of the state, it is far otherwise. They certainly...
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Present Discontents

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1893 - 50 pages
...qui arrivent dans les grands etats ne sont point un effet du hazard, ni du caprice des peuples. . . . Pour la populace, ce n'est jamais par envie d'attaquer qu'elle se souleve, mais par impatience de souffrir." These are the words of a 15 great man — of a minister of state and a zealous asserter...
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Syllabi of the American Society for the Extension of University Teaching

American Society for Extension of University Teaching - University extension - 1897
...between them and their rulers, the presumption is at least upon a par in favor of the people. . . . The people have no interest in disorder. When they do wrong, it is their error, and not their crime." LECTURE IV. THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. The Disruption of the British Race. Chatham,...
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The Pamphlet Library, Volume 1

Arthur Waugh - 1897
...there has been generally something found amiss in the constitution, or in the conduct of Government. The people have no interest in disorder. When they do wrong, it is their error, and not their crime. But with the governing part of the State, it is far otherwise. They certainly...
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