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도서 Does there remain any species of coercion which was not tried by Mr. Pitt and by...에 대해 검색한 26개 도서 중 21 - 26
" Does there remain any species of coercion which was not tried by Mr. Pitt and by Lord Londonderry? We have had laws. We have had blood. New treasons have been created. The Press has been shackled. The Habeas Corpus Act has been suspended. Public meetings... "
Representative British Orations: With Introductions and Explanatory Notes - 76 페이지
편집 - 1884
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Essentials of English: A Textbook for Schools

George W. Rine - 1908 - 308 페이지
...We have had blood. New treasons have been created. The press has been shackled. The habeas corpus. act has been suspended. Public meetings have been...is more formidable than ever. What is to be done?" It should be remembered that brevity is not opposed to many words, but useless words — to verbiage....
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The Writer: A Concise, Complete, and Practical Textbook of Rhetoric ...

George Lansing Raymond, Post Wheeler - 1911 - 203 페이지
...daughter in marriage to the man who should find it." (See § 30.) Here is an example from Macaulay : " We have had laws. We have had blood. New treasons...It is more formidable than ever. What is to be done ?" 32. Notice illustrations of the violation of the principle in § 30 in connection with Slow Movement...
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Rhetoric and the Study of Literature

Alfred Marshall Hitchcock - 1913 - 410 페이지
...suspended. Public meetings have been prohibited. The event has proved that these expedients were mere palliatives. The evil remains. It is more formidable than ever. What is to be done? — MACAULAY 15. Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability. Their chief use for delight...
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Rhetoric and the Study of Literature

Alfred Marshall Hitchcock - 1913 - 410 페이지
...suspended. Public meetings have been prohibited. The event has proved that these expedients were mere palliatives. The evil remains. It is more formidable than ever. What is to be done?—MACAULAY 15. Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability. Their chief use for...
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Parliamentary Reform 1640-1832

John Cannon - 1973 - 333 페이지
...laws. We have had blood. New treasons have been created. The press has been shackled. The Habeas Corpus act has been suspended. Public meetings have been...palliatives. You are at the end of your palliatives . . . The danger is terrible. The time is short. If this bill should be rejected, I pray to God, that none of...
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Rethinking the Politics of Commercial Society: The Edinburgh Review 1802-1832

Biancamaria Fontana - 1985 - 256 페이지
...laws. We have had blood. New treasons have been created. The Press has been shackled. The Habeas Corpus Act has been suspended. Public meetings have been...remains. It is more formidable than ever. What is to be done?27 It is therefore irrelevant to this argument itself (although of obvious historical interest)...
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