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" Britons are a people who pay their taxes, and obey the laws with pleasure, provided no arbitrary illegal demands are made upon them ; but these they cannot bear without the greatest impatience ; for they are only reduced to the state of subjects, not... "
An Account of the Origin, Progress, and Consequences of the Late Discontents ... - 94 페이지
1810 - 294 페이지
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The European Magazine: And London Review, 52권

1807
...says Tacitmi, " nre 8 people who pay their taxes and obey the laws with picture, provided no arbitrary illegal demands are made upon them ; but these they cannot bear without the greatest impatience; fer they are reduced to the »tale of ¡ul>jecu, not of slaves." As я further proof of their love...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. William Richards, LL.D.: Who ...

John Evans - 1819 - 396 페이지
...Roman luxury, is probably very just and certainly very honourable. — 'The Britons (says Tacitus) are a people who pay their taxes and obey the laws with pleasure, provided no arbitrary ille~ gal demands are made upon them, but these they cannot bear without the greatest impatience. For...
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Britain's Historical Drama: A Series of National Tragedies, Intended to ...

John Fitzgerald Pennie - 1832 - 547 페이지
...The Britons are a people who pay their taxes, and obey the laws with pleasure, provided no arbitrary illegal demands are made upon them ; but these they...reduced to the state of subjects, not of slaves.' — Henry's England. (12) And dyed the ocean deep with Roman blood ! . . p. 32. ' We see upon the highest...
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Britain's Historical Drama: A Series of National Tragedies, Intended to ...

John Fitzgerald Pennie - 1832 - 547 페이지
...reduced to servitude. The character which Tacitus gives of them is very honourable. ' The Britons are a people who pay their taxes, and obey the laws with pleasure, provided no arbitrary illegal demands are made upon them; but these they cannot bear without the greatest impatience ; for...
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An abridged history of England

William Frederick Mylius - 1849
...them by Tacitus is probably very just, and certainly very honourable. The " Britons," says he, " are a people who pay their taxes, and obey the laws with...pleasure, provided no arbitrary and illegal demands be made upon them : but these they cannot bear without the greatest impatience, for they are only reduced...
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Royal visits and progresses to Wales, and the border counties

Edward Parry - 1851
...submitted to the Roman government, is probably very just, and certainly very honourable : " The Britons are a people who pay their taxes and obey the laws with pleasure, providing no arbitrary or illegal demands are made upon them; but these they cannot bear without the...
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Outlines of the history of England, 1권

William Douglas Hamilton - 1852
...superior civilization and refined manners of their conquerors. " The Britons," says Tacitus, " are a people who pay their taxes and obey the laws with pleasure, provided that no arbitrary and illegal demands be made upon them, but these they cannot bear without the greatest...
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A Synopsis of English History ...

George W. Bartle - 1869
...submission to the Romans, says : " They pay their taxes and obey the laws so long as no arbitrary or illegal demands are made upon them ; but these they...bear without the greatest impatience, for they are merely reduced to the state of subjects, not of slaves." C^ESAR tells us that the Southern inhabitants...
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

1872
...superior civilisation and refined manners of their conquerors.3 " The Britons," says Tacitus, "are a people who pay their taxes, and obey the laws with pleasure, provided that no arbitrary and illegal demands be made upon them ; but these they cannot bear without the greatest...
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The Acting Teacher's and Student's in Training Guide and Text Book for ...

Henry Major - 1873
...natives by justice, and introducing Roman civilization ; so that we read in Tacitus, "The Britons are a people who pay their taxes and obey the laws with pleasure, if no unjust demands be made on them." He also penetrated (184) to the feet of the Grampians, defeating...
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