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" It was indeed the most absurd bigotry in asserting the general principle, to exclude the exception; but trade, industry, and barter would always find their own level, and be impeded by regulations which violated their natural operation, and deranged their... "
The Speeches of the Right Honourable William Pitt, in the House of Commons - Page 132
by William Pitt - 1817
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The Senator; or, Clarendon's parliamentary chronicle

...moft abfurd bigotry in aflerting the general principle, to exclude the exception, but Trade, Induftry, and Barter, would always find their own level, and be impeded by regulations which violate their natural operation, and- derange their proper eifect. The poor-laws of this Country, however...
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History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1796
...abfurd bigotry in aflcrting the general principle, to exclude the exception ; but trade, induftry, and barter would always find their own level, and...being granted, then he appealed to the judgment of the Houfe, •whether it was better to refer the matter entirely to the difcretion of a magiftrnte, or...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1797
...abfurd bigotry, in aflerting the general principle, to conclude the exception ; but trade, induftry, and barter, would always find their own level, and be impeded by regulations which violate their natural operation, and derange their proper effeft. Mr. Pitt then adduced the poor laws...
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The speeches of ... William Pitt in the House of commons [ed. by W.S. Hathaway].

William Pitt - 1806
...instances where interference had shackled industry, and where the best intentions have often produced 3 the most pernicious effects. It was indeed the most...and by removing the causes, to apply a remedy more justitifiable in its principle, more easy in the execution, more effectual in its operations, in fine,...
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The speeches of ... William Pitt in the House of commons [ed. by W.S. Hathaway].

William Pitt - 1817
...dangerous in its application '-. They should look to the instances where interference had shackled industry, and where the best intentions have often...level, and be impeded by regulations which violated thefr natural operation, and deranged their proper effect. This being granted, then, he appealed to...
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The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1818
...less dangerous in its application ? They should lookto the instances where interference had shackled industry, and where the best intentions have often...deranged their proper effect. This being granted, he appealed to the judgment of the House, whether it was better to refer the matter entirely to the...
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A History of the English Poor Law: In Connection with the State of ..., Volume 2

Sir George Nicholls, Thomas Mackay - Electronic books - 1898
...between the price of labour and the price of living. " Trade, industry, and barter would," he said, " always find their own level, and be impeded by regulations...natural operation, and deranged their proper effect"; and to give "justices the power to regulate the price of labour, would be endeavouring to establish...
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