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" They tell us that nothing will " unshackle labour from its misery, until the people possess that power under which all monopoly and oppression must cease; and your petitioners respectfully mention the existing monopolies of the suffrage, of paper money,... "
Annual Register - Page 141
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Speeches and Letters on Reform: With a Preface

Robert Lowe Sherbrooke (Viscount) - Legislative bodies - 1867 - 220 pages
...— such portion of it as was opposed to their views — " of religion, of the means of travel" ling and transit, and a host of other evils too " numerous to mention, all arising from class legis'' lation." That was the working men's programme of the steps which Parliament ought to...
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Speeches and letters on reform; with a preface

Robert Lowe (1st visct. Sherbrooke.) - 1867 - 224 pages
...— such portion of it as was opposed to their views — " of religion, of the means of travel" ling and transit, and a host of other evils too " numerous to mention, all arising from class legis'* lation." That was the working men's programme of the steps which Parliament ought to...
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The Works of Lord Macaulay Complete, Volume 8

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1871 - 760 pages
...people possess that power under which all monopoly and oppression must cease ; and your petitioners respectfully mention the existing monopolies of the...other evils too numerous to mention, all arising from class legislation." Absurd as this hubbub of words is, part of it is intelligible enough. What can...
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The Works of Lord Macaulay: Speeches. Lays of ancient Rome. Miscellaneous poems

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Criminal law - 1875 - 752 pages
...people possess that power under •which all monopoly and oppression must cease ; and your petitioners respectfully mention the existing monopolies of the...other evils too numerous to mention, all arising from class legislation." Absurd as this hubbub of words is, part of it ia intelligible enough. What can...
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The Miscellaneous Writings, Speeches and Poems, Volume 3

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - English literature - 1880 - 492 pages
...thepeople possess that power under which all monopoly and oppression must cease ; and your petitioners respectfully mention the existing monopolies of the...other evils too numerous to mention, all arising from class legislation." Absurd as this hubbub of words is, part of it is intelligible enough. What can...
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Miscellaneous Works of Lord Macaulay: Speeches. Index

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1880 - 588 pages
...and yonr petitioners respectfully mention the existing monopolies of the suffrage, of paper-money, of machinery, of land, of the public press, of religion,...other evils too numerous to mention, all arising from class legislation." Absurd as this hubbub of words is, part of it is intelligible enough. What can...
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A History of England, Volume 4

James Franck Bright - Great Britain - 1888 - 636 pages
...who were not real representatives of the people. It then proceeded "respectfully to call attention to the existing monopolies, of the suffrage, of paper...machinery, of land, of the public press, of religion, and of the means of travelling and transit — all arising from class legislation." It is impossible...
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A History of England, Volume 4

James Franck Bright - Great Britain - 1889 - 634 pages
...who were not real representatives of the people. It then proceeded "respectfully to call attention to the existing monopolies, of the suffrage, of paper...machinery, of land, of the public press, of religion, and of the means of travelling and transit — all arising from class legislation." It is impossible...
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The Platform: Its Rise and Progress, Volume 2

Henry Lorenzo Jephson - Great Britain - 1891 - 520 pages
...police force, of a vast and unconstitutional army, of the constitution of the House of Commons, of the "existing monopolies of the suffrage, of paper...money, of machinery, of land, of the public Press, of religious privileges, of the means of travelling and transit, and a host of other evils too numerous...
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Life and Letters of the Right Honourable Robert Lowe, Viscount ..., Volume 2

Arthur Patchett Martin - 1893 - 666 pages
...question about that — 'of the public press ' — such portion of it as was opposed to their views — ' of religion, of the means of travelling and transit,...other evils too numerous to mention, all arising from class legislation.' That was the working men's programme of the steps which Parliament ought to take...
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