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" That the raising or keeping a standing army within the kingdom in time of peace, unless it be with consent of Parliament, is against law; 7. "
The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry VII to the ... - Page 359
de Henry Hallam - 1827
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A True Collection of the Writings of the Author of The True Born English-man

Daniel Defoe - 1703 - 500 pages
...and which he fwore to obferve as the Patfa Convent a of the Kingdom, it is declared, That the Raifing or Keeping a Standing Army within the Kingdom in time of Peace, tmlefi it be by Confent of Parliament, is againft Law. This plainly lays the whole ftrefs of the Argument...
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The Judgment of Whole Kingdoms and Nations: Concerning the Rights, Power ...

John Somers Baron Somers, Daniel Defoe, John Dunton - 1710 - 108 pages
...King, and all Commitments and Profecutions for fnch Petitioning', are illegal. VI. That the raijing, or keeping a Standing Army within the Kingdom, in time of Peace, unlefs it be with Canfent of Parliament, ¿ «gainß Law. VII. That theSubjeSs, \fhich are Prat eßants,...
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Faction Detected, by the Evidence of Facts

John Perceval Earl of Egmont - 1743 - 188 pages
...other Manner, than the fame is, or jhall be granted, is illegal and pernicious. 4. That the raifmg or keeping a Standing Army within the Kingdom (in Time of Peace') unlefs it be with Confent of 'Parliament ', is again/i Law. 5. That the Subjefls, which are Proteftants...
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Of the Use and Abuse of Parliaments: In Two Historical Discourses, Viz. I. A ...

Algernon Sidney - 1744 - 374 pages
...other Manner, than the fame is, or Hull be granted, is illegal and pernicious." 4. " That the raifing or keeping a Standing Army within the Kingdom (in Time of Peace) unlefs it be with Confent of Parliament, is againft Law." 5. " That the Subjects, which are Protejlants...
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 49

Monthly literary register - 1820 - 694 pages
...standing army within the kingdom, in time of peace, is against law. 7- That Protestant subjects may bear arms for their defence, suitable to their condition, and as allowed by law. 8. That freedom of speech, and debates or proceedings in parliament, ought not to be impeached or questioned,...
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 31

Monthly literary register - 1811 - 766 pages
...Mary, st. 2, c. 2,) though it seems now to be limited to Protestant suljects, viz. "That the subject* which are Protestants may have arms for their defence, suitable to their conditions, and as allowed by law." This lau ter expression, " us allowed by law," respects the limitations...
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The Federalist, on the New Constitution, Volume 1

1802 - 344 pages
...exercise of so dangerous an authority, it became an article of the bill of rights then framed, that " raising or " keeping a standing army within the kingdom in time of " peace, unless .with the consent of parliament, was against "law." In that kingdom, when the pulse of liberty was...
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The Parliamentary Register: Proceedings and Debates, Volume 2

Great Britain. Parliament - 1802 - 502 pages
...asserting their ancient rights and liberties do declare," several particulars, and amongst the rest, " that raising or keeping a standing army within the kingdom, in time of peace, unless with consent of Parliament, is against law," and they P claim and insist upon all the premises as their...
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The State of the Nation: In a Series of Letters to His Grace, the Duke of ...

John Cartwright - 1805 - 194 pages
...the century, this boasted nutriment of English liberty, was dissolved into a mass of corruption. " The subjects which are protestants, may have " arms for their defence suitable to their conditions, " and as allowed by law. The election of members of " parliament ought to be free ; and...
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History of Great Britain, from the Revolution, 1688, to the ..., Volume 1

William Belsham - 1806 - 646 pages
...king : and all commitments and prosecutions for such petitioning are illegal. That the raising and keeping a standing army within the kingdom in time of peace, unless it be by consent of parlia- • raent, is against law. That the subjects, being protestants, may have arms...
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