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" We fear God; we look up with awe to kings ; with affection to Parliaments ; with duty to magistrates ; with reverence to priests; and with respect to nobility. "
The Anti-Gallican ; Or Standard of British Loyalty, Religion and Liberty ... - Стр. 107
1904 - Страниц: 496
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Paine: Political Writings

Thomas Paine - 2000 - Страниц: 388
...between man and his maker. Putting himself in the character of a herald, he says, "We fear God - we look with awe to kings - with affection to parliaments - with duty to magistrates - with reverence to priests, and with respect to nobility." Mr. Burke has forgot to put in "chivalry."...
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Pride and Prejudice

Jane Austen - 2001 - Страниц: 502
...our inventions, for the great conservatories and magazines of our rights and privileges. [pp-47-So] ...We preserve the whole of our feelings still native...affection to parliaments; with duty to magistrates; with reverence to priests; and with respect to nobility. Why? Because when such ideas are brought before...
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Edmund Burke: Modernity, Politics and Aesthetics

Stephen K. White - 2002 - Страниц: 132
...squarely on the terrain of his aesthetics. Referring to the prejudices of the English, he asserts that "We fear God; we look up with awe to kings, with affection to parliaments, with duty to magistrates, with reverence to priests, and with respect to nobility."7 This precise mapping of passions and sentiments...
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Bloodrites of the Post-structuralists: Word, Flesh, and Revolution

Anne Norton - 2002 - Страниц: 220
...aporia. Constituted by just prejudices, we preserve the whole of our feelings native and entire. . . . We fear God; we look up with awe to kings; with affection to Parliament; with duty to magistrates; with reverence to priests; and with respect to nobility. Why?...
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Citizen Paine: Thomas Paine's Thoughts on Man, Government, Society, and Religion

Thomas Paine - 2002 - Страниц: 292
...man and his Maker. Putting himself in the character of a herald, he says — "We fear God — we look with awe to kings — with affection to parliaments — with duty to magistrates — with reverence to priests, and with respect to nobility." Mr. Burke has forgot to put in "chivalry....
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Tom Paine: A Political Life

John Keane - 2003 - Страниц: 670
...the swinish "rights of man" or of throat-cutting "democracy." "We fear God," wrote Burke daringly. "We look up with awe to kings; with affection to parliaments; with duty to magistrates; with reverence to priests; and with respect to nobility."88 Reflections was a stunning performance...
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The English Constitution: Myths and Realities

Ian Ward - 2004 - Страниц: 227
...their constitution is the ultimate expression of this.183 It is, finally, a deferential frame of mind, 'We fear God; we look up with awe to kings; with affection to parliaments; with duty to magistrates; with reverence to priests; and with respect to nobility'.184 A mind that is defined by its constitution...
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Democracy and Tradition

Jeffrey Stout - 2004 - Страниц: 382
...circumstance function as marks of authority and excellence as well as privileges of rank and symbols of power. "We fear God; we look up with awe to kings, with affection to parliaments, with duty to magistrates, with reverence to priests, and with respect to nobility. Why? Because when such ideas are brought before...
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Upstart Talents: Rhetoric and the Career of Reason in English Romantic ...

James Mulvihill - 2004 - Страниц: 292
...find Canning's neo-Whiggish Tory rhetoric unworthy of Burke, who invented it. Yet even Burke—"We preserve the whole of our feelings still native and entire, unsophisticated by pedantry and infidelity"—had necessarily to defend an inarticulate, because unwritten, constitution by at times...
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Edmund Burke: Selected Writings and Speeches

Edmund Burke - 1963 - Страниц: 585
...birds in a museum, with chaff and rags, and paltry, blurred shreds of paper about the rights of man. We preserve the whole of our feelings still native...affection to Parliaments, with duty to magistrates, with reverence to priests, and with respect to nobility. Why? Because, when such ideas are brought...
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