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" Nor was it uninteresting to the world, that an experiment should be fairly and fully made, whether freedom of discussion, unaided by power, is not sufficient for the propagation and protection of truth — whether a government, conducting itself in the... "
Cobbett's Political Register - Page 639
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 7

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1805
...on the lime of public servants, and the offenders have therefore been left to find their punishment in the public indignation. Now was it uninteresting...spirit of its constitution, with zeal and purity, and doing i r-> act which, it would be unwilling the whole world should witness, can be written down...
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The Echo: With Other Poems

Richard Alsop, Theodore Dwight - African Americans - 1807 - 331 pages
...left to find their punishment in the public indignation. Nor was it uninteresting to the world that an experiment should be fairly and fully made, whether...spirit of its constitution, with zeal and purity, and doing no act which it would be unwilling the whole world should witness, can be written down by...
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Annual Register, Volume 47

Edmund Burke - History - 1807
...left to find their pa. nishment in the public indignation. Now, was it uninteresting to the world that an experiment should be fairly and fully made, whether...spirit of its constitution, with zeal and purity, and doing no act which it would be unwilling the whole world should witnpss,canbewrittendown by falsehood...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 47

Edmund Burke - History - 1807
...made, whether f гееlorn of discussion, unaided by power, is not suillcient for the pru. pngation and protection of truth ? Whether a government, conducting...itself in the true spirit of its constitution, with zoal and purity, and tloing no act which it would be unwilling the whole world should v.-it. D "'s...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1807
...left to find their pu. nishment in the -ublic indignation. Now, was it uninteresting to the world that an experiment should be fairly and fully made, whether freedom of discussion, unaided by power, is not sulficient for the pro. pigr.tion and protection of truth ? Whether a government, conducting itself...
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Biography of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence, Volume 7

John Sanderson - United States - 1827
...propagation and protection of truth. It had been fairly proved, that a government conducting VOL. VII. — P itself in the true spirit of its constitution, with zeal and purity, and doing no act which it would be unwilling the world should witness, could not be written down by...
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Views of Society and Manners in America: In a Series of Letters from that ...

Frances Wright - Slavery - 1821 - 387 pages
...pu" nishment in the public indignation. " Nor was it uninteresting to the world, that an expe" riment should be fairly and fully made whether freedom "..." propagation and protection of truth ; whether a govern" ment, conducting itself in the tme spirit of its constitu" tion, with zeal and purity, and...
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Views of Society and Manners in America: In a Series of Letters from that ...

Frances Wright - United States - 1821 - 523 pages
...to find their punish" ment in the public indignation. " Nor was it uninteresting to the world, that an " experiment should be fairly and fully made '...power, " is not sufficient for the propagation and protec" tion of truth} whether a government, conducting " itself in the true spirit of its constitution*...
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Views of Society and Manners in America: In a Series of Letters from that ...

Frances Wright - United States - 1821 - 523 pages
...freedom of discussion, unaided by power, ' is not sufficient for the propagation and protec'* tion of truth; whether a government, conducting " itself...spirit of its constitution, with. ' zeal and purity, and doing no act which it would " be unwilling the whole world should witness, ' can be written down...
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Eloquence of the United States, Volume 2

Speeches, addresses, etc., American - 1827
...left to find their punishment in the public indignation. Nor was it uninteresting to the world that an experiment should be fairly and fully made, whether...spirit of its constitution, with zeal and purity, and doing no act which it would be unwilling the whole world should witness, can be written down by...
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