or which the constitution had provided

View previous topic View next topic Go down

or which the constitution had provided

Post  bokencn on Fri Jan 21, 2011 12:34 am

or which the constitution had provided so prompt a remedy. The right honourable gentleman himself had, in the course of four years, grantea fortytwo peerages, although in that time he had not heard tiffany sale of any confederacy existing in that House against his measures. There was, he said, in the breasts of the great men of this country, such a love for the crown, that there was no fear of any factious measures being suffered to prevail. The peers were so distinguished for their love of the crown, that there could be no apprehension of danger from the party whom tiffany jewellery he had sent into the House of Peers; but, if the regent were to make peers if he, for instance, were so lavish of honours, as to grant fortytwo, in imitation of the right honourable tiffany co gentleman, then, such a cabal and confederacy might be formed as would endanger the safety of the king! Love for the crown was to be tiffany outlet extinguished, if favour came from the regent! The prerogative was harmless, while executed under the auspices of the right honourable gentleman : it would become dangerous, if put into the hanas of the heir apparent! Of precisely the same spirit was their arment for placing the household in the power of the queen, her majesty's hands it would be helpless, weak, and impotent, if tiffany&co applied to any political purpose; it could not affect one measure of the regent's government; but, if placed in the Jhands of the regent, it would inevitably prevent his majesty's return to tiffany and co outlet power! To all tiffany rings this train of .paradoxes, there was one general solutionthey wished to insinuate and to propagate the base and scandalous idea, however artfully for the time they disguised their purposes, that a division tiffany m4t take place between the mother and the son. They affected to hold out tolerably intelligible language that the son might combine against the mother; but, really, with the idea of leaving to the herd to imagine the converse of the proposition, and tha from history,

bokencn

Posts : 5
Join date : 2011-01-21

View user profile

Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum