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" It is observable that the language of the great charter is simple, brief, general without being abstract, and expressed in terms of authority, not of argument, yet commonly so reasonable as to carry with it the intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It... "
A History of England in the Lives of Englishmen - Stran 216
avtor: George Godfrey Cunningham - 1853
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Količina 4

1830
...reasonable as to carry with it the intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It was understood by the simplest of the unlettered age for whom it was intended. It...consequences of its principles were, if we may so speak, only discovers! gradually and slowly. It gave out on each occasion only as much of the spirit of liberty...
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The History of England, Količina 1

Sir James Mackintosh - 1830
...reasonable as to carry with it the intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It was understood by the simplest of the unlettered age for whom it was intended. It...consequences of its principles were, if we may so spoak, only discovered gradually and slowly. It gave out on each occasion only as much of the spirit...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Količina 4

1830
...the intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It was understood by the simplest of the unlettereilage for whom it was intended. It was remembered by them...consequences which might be derived from it, their iWlinn were, however unconsciously, exalted by its generality ^j grandeur. " It was a peculiar advantage...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1831
...reasonable as to carry with it the intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It was understood by the simplest of the unlettered age for whom it was intended. It...not perceive the extensive consequences which might he derived from it, their feelings were, however unconsciously, exalted by its generality and grandeur....
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The Imperial Magazine

Samuel Drew - 1831
...reasonable as to carry with it the intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It was understood by the simplest of the unlettered age for whom it was intended. It...did not perceive the extensive consequences which ini'j.ht be derived from it, their feelings were, however unconsciously, exalted by its generality...
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The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence, Količina 6

1833
...reasonable as to carry with it the intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It was understood by the simplest of the unlettered age for whom it was intended; —...unconsciously, exalted by its generality and grandeur. " On the English nution, undoubtedly, the Charter has contributed to bestow the union of establishment...
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Historical Causes and Effects: From the Fall of the Roman Empire, 476, to ...

William Sullivan - 1838 - 615 strani
...reasonable as to carry with it the intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It was understood by the simplest of the unlettered age for whom it was intended. It...unconsciously) exalted by its generality and grandeur." The assent of John to the charter, and even his solemn signature and acknowledgments, were no assurances...
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A Statistical Account of the British Empire: Exhibiting Its ..., Količina 2

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1839 - 718 strani
...reasonable, as to carry with it intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It was understood by the simplest of the unlettered age, for whom it was intended. It...which might be derived from it, their feelings were unconsciously exalted by its generality and grandeur." (Mackintosh, Hist, of England, vol. ip 220.)...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1842
...reasonable as to carry with it the intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It was understood by the simplest of the unlettered age for whom it was intended. It...and grandeur. It was a peculiar advantage that the consese<1ur,nces ot its principles were, if we may so speak, only discovered gradually and slowly....
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Lincoln's Inn: Its Ancient and Modern Buildings, with an Account of the Library

William Holden Spilsbury - 1850 - 324 strani
...reasonable as to carry with it the intrinsic evidence of its own fitness. It was understood by the simplest of the unlettered age for whom it was intended. It...unconsciously, exalted by its generality and grandeur." In the first year of Henry III. AD 1216, the charter of K. John was confirmed, renewed in the succeeding...
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