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" In a word, true wisdom lies in the policy that would effect its ends by the influence of opinion, and yet by the means of existing forms. Nevertheless, if we are forced to revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established... "
The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature - Page 40
1844
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Volume 71

1844
...although he evidently regards it as by no means an impossible contingency, but contends that it we are forced into revolutions, we ought to consider...incumbrances in the way of class interests and factitious ascendancies shall have been cleared away. Whether it be practicable is not so much the question, as...
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The Metropolitan, Volume 40

1844
...existing forms. Nevertheless, if we are forced to revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental...people, represented by a free and intellectual press. Before such a royal authority, supported by such a national opinion, the sectional anomalies of our...
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Coningsby; Or, The New Generation, Volume 3

Benjamin Disraeli - 1844 - 350 pages
...of existing forms. Nevertheless if we are forced to revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental...people, represented by a free and intellectual press. Before such a royal authority, supported by such a national opinion, the sectional anomalies of our...
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Coningsby; Or, The New Generation, Volume 3

Benjamin Disraeli - 1844 - 350 pages
...of existing forms. Nevertheless if we are forced to revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental...people, represented by a free and intellectual press. Before such a royal authority, supported by such a national opinion, the sectional anomalies of our...
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Coningsby, Or, The New Generation

Benjamin Disraeli - 1844 - 159 pages
...\is /propose to our consideration the idea of a free t monarchy, established on fundamental law's, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local...people, represented by a free and intellectual press. Before such a royal authority, supported by such a national opinion, the sectional anomalies of our...
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The Novels & Tales of the Right Hon. B. Disraeli ...: Coningsby. Henrietta ...

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1866
...existing forms. Nevertheless, if we are forced to revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental...people, represented by a free and intellectual press. Before such a royal authority, supported by such a national opinion, the sectional anomalies of our...
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Collected edition of the novels and tales by ... B. Disraeli, Volume 2

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1870
...existing forms. Nevertheless, if we are forced to revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental...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
...is toto wards pure monarchy. ' 'If we are forced to revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental...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, Volume 9

1874
...is totowards pure monarchy. ' ' If we are forced to revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental...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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Brief Biographies

Samuel Smiles - 1874 - 517 pages
...revolutions, let us propose to our consideration the idea of a free monarchy, established on fundamental taws, itself the apex of a vast pile of municipal and local...people, represented by a free and intellectual press ; " in fact, a kind of parental despotism, or combination of absolutism and democracy, such as is now...
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