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" Governor; the whole are the proceedings of a tumultuous and riotous rabble, who ought, if they had the least prudence, to follow their mercantile employment, and not trouble themselves with politics and government, which they do not understand. Some gentlemen... "
A Critical Enquiry Regarding the Real Author of the Letters of Junius ... - Page 303
by George Coventry - 1825 - 382 pages
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The History, Debates, and Proceedings of Both Houses of Parliament of Great ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1792
...themfelves with politicks and government, which they do not underftand. We are told by fome Gentlemen, oh l do not break the charter ; do not take away their rights that are granted to them by the predeceffors of the Crown ; whoever, Sir, wifhes to preferve fuch charters, without a due correction...
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History of the United States: From the Discovery of the American ..., Volume 6

George Bancroft - United States - 1854
...and riotous rabble, who ought, if they had the least prudence, to follow their mercantile employment, and not trouble themselves with politics and government, which they do not understand. Some gentlemen say, ' Oh, don't break their charter ; don't take away rights granted them by the predecessors...
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History of the United States: The American revolution

George Bancroft - United States - 1854
...and riotous rabble, who ought, if they had the least prudence, to follow their mercantile employment, and not trouble themselves with politics and government, which they do not understand. Some gentlemen say, ' Oh, don't break their charter ; don't take away rights granted them by the predecessors...
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History of the United States from the Discovery of the American ..., Volume 5

George Bancroft - United States - 1855
...and riotous rabble, who ought, if they had the least prudence, to follow their mercantile employment, and not trouble themselves with politics and government, which they do not understand. Some gentlemen say, ' Oh, don't break their charter; don't take away rights granted them by the predecessors...
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HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES VOL. VI

GEORGE BANCROFT - 1857
...and riotous rabble, who ought, if they had the least prudence, to follow their mercantile employment, and not trouble themselves with politics and government, which they do not understand. Some gentlemen say, *Oh, don't break their charter; don't take away rights granted them by the predecessors...
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Life and Times of Joseph Warren

Richard Frothingham - 1865 - 558 pages
...together, and debating about political matters:" for they " ought to follow then- mercantile employment, and not trouble themselves with politics and government, which they do not understand." 1 A divine said from his pulpit in Charleston, South Carolina, "that mechanics and country clowns had...
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The Rise of the Republic of the United States

Richard Frothingham - United States - 1872 - 640 pages
...and riotous rabble, who ought, if they had the least prudence, to follow their mercantile employment, and not trouble themselves with politics and government, which they do not understand." On the conclusion of this speech, Lord North rose and said : " I thank the noble lord for every proposition...
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Annals of North America: Being a Concise Account of the Important Events in ...

Edward Howland - North America - 1877 - 810 pages
...as possible. I would wish to see the council in that country similar to a House of Lords in thia — You have, sir, no government, no governor; the whole...politics and government, which they do not understand." When he had finished, Lord North laid: "I thank the noble lord for every proposition he has held out;...
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The Memorial History of Boston: Including Suffolk County ..., Volume 1

Justin Winsor, Clarence F. Jewett - Boston (Mass.) - 1882
...country. ... I would wish to see the Council in that country similar to the House of Lords in this. . . . The whole are the proceedings of a tumultuous and...politics and government which they do not understand." When he had finished this remarkable speech, Lord North arose and said : " I thank the noble lord for...
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History of the United States of America: From the Discovery of the Continent

George Bancroft - United States - 1884
...and riotous rabble, who ought, if they had the least prudence, to follow their mercantile employment, and not trouble themselves with politics and government, which they do not understand. Some gentlemen say : ' Oh, don't break their charter ; don't take away rights granted them by the predecessors...
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