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" ... towards a sovereign, which we denominate loyalty; alike distinguishable from the stupid devotion of eastern slaves, and from the abstract respect with which free citizens regard their chief magistrate. Men who had been used to swear fealty, to profess... "
The Scientific and Literary Treasury: A New and Popular Encyclopedia of the ... - Page 279
by Samuel Maunder - 1853 - 844 pages
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Graduated exercises for translation into German, extr. from Engl. authors ...

Friedrich Otto Froembling - 1866
...from the abstract respect with which free citizens regard their chief magistrate. Men who had been used to swear fealty, to profess subjection, to follow,...could make the bravest men put up with slights and ill-treatment at the hands of their sovereign ; or call forth all the energies of disinterested exertion...
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Historic View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages, Etc

Henry Hallam - 1868
...from the abstract respect with which free citizens regard their chief magistrate. Men who had been used to swear fealty, to profess subjection, to follow,...very powerful feeling, which could make the bravest man put up with slights and ill treatment at the hands of their sovereign ; or call forth all the energies...
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View of the state of Europe during the Middle ages. With additions from ...

Henry Hallam - 1871
...from the abstract respect with which free citizens regard their chief magistrate. Men who had been used to swear fealty, to profess subjection, to follow, at home, and iu the field, a feudal superior and his family, easily transferred the same allegiance to the monarch....
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A History of the Weald of Kent: With an Outline of the ..., Volume 2, Issue 1

Robert Furley - Kent (England) - 1874
...spirit of liberty and the notion of private right. It was a school of moral discipline. Men who had been used to swear fealty, to profess subjection, to follow...family, easily transferred the same allegiance to their monarch, and by these feelings our national loyalty was fostered. Is it not to be feared that...
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A History of the Weald of Kent: With an Outline of the ..., Volume 2, Issue 1

Robert Furley - Kent (England) - 1874
...spirit of liberty and the notion of private right. It was a school of moral discipline. Men who had been used to swear fealty, to profess subjection, to follow at home and in the field a fendal superior and his family, easily transferred the same allegiance to their monarch, and by these...
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View of the state of Europe during the Middle ages. [Another] Repr. of 4th ...

Henry Hallam - 1875
...from the abstract respect with which free citizens regard their chief magistrate. Men who had been used to swear fealty, to profess subjection, to follow,...very powerful feeling, which could make the bravest man put up with slights and ill treatment at the hands of their sovereign ; or call forth all the energies...
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The handbook of specimens of English literature, selected by J. Angus

Joseph Angus - 1880
...from the abstract respect with which free citizens regard their chief magistrate. Men who had been used to swear fealty, to profess subjection, to follow,...could make the bravest men put up with slights and ill-treatment at the hands of their sovereign ; or call forth all the energies of disinterested exertion...
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