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" Nevertheless, if we are forced to revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local government, ruling an educated people, represented by... "
Coningsby, Or, The New Generation - Page 119
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1844 - 159 pages
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The Metropolitan, Volume 40

English literature - 1844
...revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local...be parliamentary but personal, even statesmen would he educated ; we should have no more diplomatists who could not speak French ; no more bishops ignorant...
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as ..., Volume 71

1844
...into revolutions, we ought to consider the idea of " a free monarchy established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local...people, represented by a free and intellectual press." (iii., 103.) This is the monarchy Young England proposes when all incumbrances in the way of class...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 3

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1844
...into revolutions, we ought to consider the idea of " a free monarchy established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local...people, represented by a free and intellectual press." (iii., 103.) This is the monarchy Young England proposes when all incumbrances in the way of class...
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Collected edition of the novels and tales by ... B. Disraeli, Volume 2

1870
...revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local...ruling an educated people, represented by a free and intcl-' lectual press. Before such a royal authority, supported by such a national opinion, the sectional...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 89

1874
...revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local...people represented by a free and intellectual press.' Again, Mr. Disraeli asks, ' What can be more anomalous than the present connection between State and...
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fraser's magazine

james anthony froude - 1874
...revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local government, ruling an educated peoEle represented by a free and intelictual press.' Again, Mr. Disraeli asks, ' What can be mora anomalous...
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Coningsby

Benjamin Disraeli - 1881
...revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local...country would disappear. Under such a system, where i)-''^ qualification would not be parliamentary, but personal, even statesmen would be educated ; we...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 155

1882
...throne. . . . Let us propose to our consideration a free ' monarchy established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a * vast pile of municipal and...'people represented by a free and intellectual press.' The objects at which a new Government was to aim were elaborated a year afterwards in ' Sybil." In...
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The Co÷perative Commonwealth in Its Outlines: An Exposition of Modern Socialism

Laurence Gronlund - Socialism - 1884 - 278 pages
...Commons, will not last. His ideal government is " a free monarchy, established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local government, ruling over an intelligent and educated people, represented by a free and intellectual press," and not by...
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Life of Lord Beaconsfield

Thomas Edward Kebbel - 1888 - 220 pages
...revolutionise, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy established on fundamental laws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local government rulinw an educated people, represented by a free and intellectual press. Before such a royal authority,...
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