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" ... It can change and create afresh even the constitution of the kingdom and of Parliaments themselves, as was done by the act of union and the several statutes for triennial and septennial elections. It can, in short, do everything that is not naturally... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 472
1774
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The Monthly Review or Literary Journal

Several Hands - 1766 - 596 pages
...do every thing that is not naturally imponible ; and therefore feme have not fcrupled to call it's power, by a figure rather too bold, the omnipotence...do, no authority upon earth can undo. So that it is a matter moft eilential to the liberties of this kingdom, that fuch members be delegated to this important...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 34

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1766 - 722 pages
...do every thing that is not naturally impoffible ; and therefore fome have not fcrupled to call it's power, by a figure rather too bold, the omnipotence...do, no authority upon earth can undo. So that it is a matter molt ellential to the liberties of this kingdom, that fuch members be delegated to this important...
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A New Collection of Voyages, Discoveries and Travels: Containing ..., Volume 7

1767 - 476 pages
...na ftatute ; and to it no regard is due, unlefs in matters relating to their own privileges. rather rather too bold, the omnipotence of parliament. True it is* that what the parliament doth, no authority upon earth can undo. So that it is a matter mof t efiential to the...
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A New Collection of Voyages, Discoveries and Travels: Containing ..., Volume 7

1767 - 544 pages
...do every thing that is not naturally impoflible ; and therefore fome have not fcrupled to call it's power, by a figure rather too bold, the .omnipotence of parliament. True ic is, that what the parliament doth, no authority upon earth can undo. So that it is a matter moft...
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A Letter to the Reverend Josiah Tucker, D.D., Dean of Glocester: In Answer ...

Samuel Estwick - 1776 - 136 pages
...feptennial elections. It can, in fhort, do *' every thing that is not naturally impoffi" ble ; and therefore fome have not fcrupled " to call its power,...omnipotence of parliament. True " it is, that what parliament doth, no autho*e rity upon earth can undo." Such is the doftrine of this great authority...
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Thoughts on the letter of Edmund Burke, esq.; to the sheriffs of Bristol, on ...

Willoughby Bertie (4th earl of Abingdon.) - 1779 - 164 pages
...feprennial Elections. It c can, in fhort, do. every Thing that is not ' naturally iippofliblei and therefore fome " have not fcrupled to call its Power, by a '* Figure rather too bold, tfa&wwpttwtt ofPar" liament. True it is, that what Parliament " xloth no Authority upon Earth can undo."...
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Dedication to the Collective Body of the People of England: In which the ...

Willoughby BERTIE (Earl of Abingdon.), Willoughby Bertie Earl of Abingdon - 1780 - 106 pages
...feptennial Elections. It " can, in fliort, do every Thing that is not " naturally impofiible j and therefore fome " have not fcrupled to call its Power, by a " Figure rather too bold, the Omnipotence ofPar" liament. True it^is, that what Parliament " doth no Authority upon Earth can undo." * This is...
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Thoughts on the Letter of Edmund Burke, Esq: To the Sheriffs of Bristol, on ...

Willoughby Bertie (4th earl of Abingdon.) - 1780 - 160 pages
...feptennial Elections. It " can, in ihort, do every Thing that is not " naturally impoffible > and therefore fome " have not fcrupled to call its Power, by a " Figure rather too bold, the Omnipotence ofPar" liament. TrUe it is, that what Parliament '* doth no Authority upon Earth can undo." * This...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone - 1791 - 530 pages
...do every thing that is not naturally impoflible ; and therefore fome have not fcrupled to call it's power, by a figure rather too bold, the omnipotence of parliament. True k is, that what the parliament doth, no authority upon earth can undo. So that it is a matter moft...
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Jura Anglorum: The Rights of Englishmen, Page 732

Francis Plowden - 1792 - 620 pages
...triennial and feptennial elections. It can in fhort do every thing, that is not naturally impofiiblej and therefore fome have not fcrupled to call its power...figure rather too bold, the omnipotence of parliament. Omnipotence True it is, that what the parliament doth, f parliament. . . , , . no authority...
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