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The French Revolution a History Volume Three

By: Thomas Carlyle

...lands, men who once had authority and now have less and less; men who love law, and will have even an Explosion explode itself, as far as possible, ac... ...opolic Momoro, seem to hint afar off at something which smells of Agrarian Law, and a surgery of the overswoln dropsical strong-box itself;—whereat in... ...ry, honour, of Heaven and of Earth: to no purpose. The Municipals have, by law, the power of ordering it;— with an Army officered by Royalism or Crypt... ...ell-studied phrases and paragraphs they could de- vise, of explanation, of enforcement, of faint recommenda- tion to mercy. Many too say, Banishment; ... ... riot); had their wives put in fear; their presses, types and circumjacent equipments beaten to ruin; no Mayor interfering in time; Gorsas himself esc...

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Heroes of Unknown Seas and Savage Lands

By: J. W. Buel

... -- Escape of de Pontis and capture of the robbers -- A singular appeal to the law -- The vast booty acquired at Cartagena is lost in litigation -- Am... ...han Age -- The spirit of discovery animates England -- Heroism of Cavendish -- Equipment of an expedition to the South Sea -- Cavendish is appointed t... ...ch Islanders 423- 427 CHAPTER XLI. Cook's Start for the South Sea. -- Splendid equipment of the expedition -- Among the Brazilians -- Lost on the moun... ...tacked by the Portuguese there who claimed possession of the islands. But a re-enforcement came to his aid from the residue of Loyasa's fleet, --who h... ...entrusted the command of two vessels which he had fitted out to his brother-in-law, Lopez Villalobos, and sent him upon a voyage of discovery in the P... ... prayed at the tomb of the prophet; having done all that was required by their law and prophet they felt their salvation was assured; thenceforth they... ... many were only saved by being pulled out of the water by their companions. Re-enforcements were then sent from the fleet but they fared no better. Th... ...the arms which they bore, also of the fleet and the armor, horses, and general equipment of the expedition, by which means they were enabled to convey... ...hese indiscriminately, he accepted but 6000 select troops, with which large re-enforcement he now set out, with banners streaming, trumpets sounding, ...

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The French Revolution a History

By: Thomas Carlyle

......................................... 293 Chapter 2.5.II. The Book of the Law. ......................................................................... ...here, and a Creed (or memory of a Creed) in them; Palaces, and a State and Law. Thou seest the Smoke-vapour; unextinguished Breath as of a thing livin... ...ced a blossom of Catholicism—it was not till Catholicism itself, so far as Law could abolish it, had been abolished here. But of those decadent ages i... ...ive what they can; some three hundred and sixty indifferent firelocks, the equipment of the City-Watch: ‘a man in wooden shoes, and without coat, dire... ...minister Narbonne, he of the rose-coloured Reports, solicits recruitments, equipments, money, always money; threatens, since he can get none,—to ‘take... ...ell-stud- ied phrases and paragraphs they could devise, of explanation, of enforcement, of faint recommendation to mercy. Many too say, Banishment; so... ... riot); had their wives put in fear; their presses, types and circumjacent equipments beaten to ruin; no Mayor interfering in time; Gorsas himself esc...

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The History of the Thirty Years' War in Germany

By: Friedrich Schiller

...the long and active reigns of Charles V. and Philip the Second, remained a law for their successors; and the more the breach in the church widened, th... ...d in the treaty under their protest, could not of course have the force of law. If it had been opinions only that thus divided the minds of men, with ... ... on these points. Both alike have found it difficult to prove their right. Law can be applied only to conceivable cases, and perhaps spiri- tual found... ...ohemian Protestants to blame, if they armed themselves in time against the enforcement of such maxims? The insurrection in Bohemia, besides, was direc... ...op- pression. All the Austrian provinces were com- pelled to assist in the equipment. No class was exempt from taxation — no dignity or privilege from...

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