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In which it is compared with the REPUBLICAN Form of
other MONARCHIES in EUROPE.
By J. L. DE LOLME, Advocate,
Ponderibus librata fuis.-
Ovid. Met. LI. 13.
L O N D ON:
THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
EARL OF ABINGDON,
BARON NORREYS OF RYCOTE, &c.
THE ENGLISH GOVERNMENT
IS RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED
BY HIS LORDSHIP'S
MOST OBEDIENT HUMBLE SERVANT,
J. L. DE LOLME.
Nation. Reafons of the difference
7 II. A second advantage England had over
France-it formed one undivided
26 II. The Subject continued
45 III. Of the Legislative Power
68 IV. Of the Executive Power
80 V. The boundaries which the Constitution
bas set to the Royal Prerogative 84 VI. The fame Subject continued
89. VII. New Restrictions VIII. Of private Liberty, or the Liberty of
124 X. The Jame Subject continued
141 XI. The Subject concluded, -Laws relative to Imprisonments
Β Ο Ο Κ II. 1. $02e Advantages peculiar to the Eng
lish Constitution. 1. The Unity of
the Executive Power II. The Executive Power is more easily
confined when it is CNE