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" Government, all arising from the corrupt and inadequate state of the representation of the people in Parliament, whereby all constitutional control over the servants of the Crown has been lost, and Parliaments have become subservient to the will of Ministers. "
The New Monthly Magazine, and Universal Register - 544. oldal
1816
Teljes nézet - Információ erről a könyvről

Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly ..., 9. kötet

Benjamin Flower - 1811
...on May 30, 1811. RESOLVED, That the livery of London have, for the last 40 years, felt and declared the corrupt and inadequate state of the representation of the people in parliament to he the great source of all our national grievances and misfortunes. That to tliis cause alone can...

Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

1816
...magnitude of the Civil List ; of the enormous sums paid for unmerited pensions and sinecures ; and of a long course of the most lavish and improvident expenditure of the public money throughout every branch of I he Government ; all arising from the corrupt and inadequate state of the representation of the people...

Annual Register, 58. kötet

Edmund Burke - 1817
...magnitude of ihe civil-list — of the enormous sums paid for unmerited pensions and sinecures, and of a long course of the most lavish and improvident expenditure...have become subservient to the will of Ministers. We cannot forbear expressing our grief and disappointment, that, notwithstanding your Royal Highness's...

The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., 58. kötet

Edmund Burke - 1817
...magnitude of the civil-list — of the enormous sums paid for unmerited pensions arid sinecures, and of a long course of the most lavish and improvident expenditure...have become subservient to the will of Ministers. We cannot forbear expressing our grief and disappointment, that, notwithstanding your Royal Highness's...

Niles' National Register, 12. kötet

1817
...magnitude of the civil list —of the enormous sums paid for unmerited pensions and sinecures, and of a long course of the most lavish and improvident expenditure...of the public money throughout every branch of the go vernment; — all arising from the corrupt and inadequate state of the people in parliament, whereby...

Niles' National Register, 12. kötet

1817
...magnitude of the civil list ^>f the enormous sums paid for unmerited pen. lions and sinecures, and of a long course of the most lavish and improvident expenditure of the public monev throughout every branch of the government;— all arising from the corrupt and madequite stale...

The Public and Domestic Life of His Late ... Majesty, George the ..., 2. kötet

Edward Holt - 1820
...magnitnde of the civil list — of the enormous sums paH for unmerited pensions and sinecures, and of a long course of the most lavish and improvident expenditure...of the representation of the people in parliament, wherehy all constitutional control over the servants of the Crown has been lost, and parliaments have...

Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, 6. kötet

Douglas Jerrold - 1847
...and sinecures, and a long course of the most lavish and improvident expenditure, in every branch of government, all arising from the corrupt and inadequate...representation of the people in Parliament, whereby all control over the servants of the Crown has been lost, and Parliaments become subservient to the will...

Shilling Magazine VOL.VI.July-December

Douglas Jerrold's - 1847
...and sinecures, and a long course of the most lavish and improvident expenditure, in every branch of government, all arising from the corrupt and inadequate...representation of the people in Parliament, whereby all control over the servants of the Crown has been lost, and Parliaments become subservient to the will...

Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, 6. kötet

1847
...and sinecures, and a long course of the most lavish and improvident expenditure, in every branch of government, all arising from the corrupt and inadequate...representation of the people in Parliament, whereby all control over the servants of the Crown has been lost, and Parliaments become subservient to the will...




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