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Page 585 - That fo much depending upon the prefervation of this Third Eftate, in •fuch its conftitutional purity and ftrength, your Petitioners are reafonably jealous of whatever may appear to vitiate the one, or to impair the other. That at the prefent day the Houfe of Commons does not fully and fairly reprefent the People of England, which,
Page 359 - in general, are on the furface of life; if ever original, it was in pieces of humour. Sir Roger de Coverly, and the Tory Fox-hunter, need not to be mentioned.