Thoughts on the elements of civil government, tending to prove as a fundamental principle ... that the lower orders of society, the populace, cannot consistently with the stability of good government, be suffered to exercise any share of political power or controlling influence over the constituted government /
by a British jurist.
|Main Creator:||British jurist.|
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London : B. Fellowes, 1836
Errata slip inserted after p. v.
Physical description: v, 161 p. ; 23 cm.
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|3201 b 14||
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