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" ... interpose the royal negative to any measure which has passed through the Houses of Parliament, even by narrow majorities ; and there is no thinking man, who can contemplate, without dismay, the probable consequences of such a resistance, where the... "
Speech of Spencer Perceval ... on the Reform bill, with a letter to the ... - PÓgina 22
per Spencer Perceval - 1831
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The Edinburgh Review, Volum 10

1807
...where the House of Commons had been zealous and nearly unanimous. It is needless to say, that the Rouse of Lords would oppose a still feebler barrier to such a measure of popular legislation. In order to exercise their constitutional functions with safety, therefore, it became necessary for...
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The Westminster Review, Volum 1

1824
...consequences of such a resistance, where the House of Commons had been zealous and nearly unanimous. It is needless to say, that the House of Lords would...barrier to such a measure of popular legislation. In order to exercise their constitutional functions with safety, therefore, it became necessary for...
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The Quarterly Review, Volum 44

1831
...consequences of such a resistance, where the House of Commons had been zealous and nearly unanimous. It is needless to say, that the House of Lords would...barrier to such a measure of popular legislation. In order to exercise their constitutional functions with safety, therefore, it became necessary for...
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The Quarterly Review, Volum 44

1831
...consequences of such a resistance, where the House of Commons had been zealous and nearly unanimous. It is needless to say, that the House of Lords would...barrier to such a measure of popular legislation. In order to exercise their constitutional functions with safety, therefore, it became necessary for...
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The Quarterly Review, Volum 44

1831
...consequences of sucli a resistance, where the House of Commons had been zealous and nearly unanimous. It is needless to say, that the House of Lords would...barrier to such a measure of popular legislation. In order to exercise their constitutional functions with safety, therefore, it became necessary for...
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The speeches in both houses of parliament, on the question of reform in the ...

Parliament proc, Will. iv - 1832
...reviewer says, — No thinking man can contemplate, without dismay, the probable consequences of such a resistance ; it is needless to say that the House...would oppose a still feebler barrier to such a measure ol popular legislation. This, according to the Edinburgh Review, must be the judgment of every thinking...
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