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" Napoleon, but which, for the most part, contains only the ancient ordinances and customs of the realm, shall remain in force, with the exception of enactments contrary to the doctrines of religion, which, as well as the liberty of the people, has long... "
The European Magazine, and London Review - 455 ページ
1813
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The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion, 第 2 巻

1813
...remain in force, with the exception of enactments contrary to the doctrines of religion, which, as well as the liberty of the people, has long been subjected...whom so many services may render illustrious in the eves of France, and of posterity, — that corps, whose utility and importance can never be duly appreciated...

Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly miscellany) [afterw ...

Benjamin Flower - 1813
...remain in force, with the exception of Enactments contrary to , doctrines of religion, which, as well as the liberty of the people, has long 'been "subjected...seated some men, so justly distinguished for their tacause, rewards more substantial, distinctions more honourable, than any they can receive from a Usurper,...

Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, 第 25 巻

1814
...which, as well " as the liberty ef the people, has long " been subjected to the caprice of the ty" rant. 'the Senate, in which are seated *' some men so justly...illustrious in the eyes of France, " and of posterity — tlwt corps, whose uti" lity and importance can never be duly " appreciated till after the restoration...

The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, 第 55 巻

1814
...force, •with the exception of enactments contrary to the doctrines of religion, which, as well as (he liberty of the people, has long been subjected to...caprice of the tyrant. The senate, in which are seated «ome men, so justly distinguished for their talents, and whom so many services may render illustrious...

The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1814
...religion, which, as well as die liberty of die people, has long been subjected to the capí ice of die tyrant. The senate, in which are seated some men so justly distinguished for their talents, and wliom so many sei vices may render illustrious in the eyes of France, and of posterity — tk;it corps,...

The history of the northern war; commencing in 1812, to the Congress at ...

John Hampdon - 1815
...remain in force, with the exception of enactments contrary to the doctrines of religion, which, as well as the liberty of the people, has long been subjected...may render illustrious in the eyes of France, and of posterity—that corps, whose utility and importance can never be duly appreciated till after the restoration—can...

An impartial history of the naval, military and political events in Europe ...

Hewson Clarke - 1815
...remain in force, with the exception of enactments contrary to the doctrines of religion, which, as well as the liberty of the people, has long been subjected...many services may render illustrious in the eyes of Francer and of posterity,— that corps, whose utility and importance can never be duly appreciated...

History of the wars resulting from the Frenchrevolution. To which is added ...

Edward Seymour (of the Inner temple.) - 1815
...remain in force, with the exception of enactments, contrary to the doctrines of religion, which, as well as the liberty of the people, has long been subjected...distinguished for their talents, and whom so many services render illustrious in the eyes of France, and of posterity, that corps, whose utility and importance...

The Edinburgh Annual Register, 第 6 巻

Walter Scott - 1815
...remain in force, with the exception of enactment! contrary to the doctrines of religion, Which, as well as the liberty of the people, has long been subjected...caprice of the tyrant. The senate, in which are seated sorrt men so justly distinguished for the» talents, and whom so many services may render illustrious...

The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, 第 6 巻

1815
...remain in force, with the exception of enactmecti contrary to the doctrines of religion, which, as well as the liberty of the people, has long been subjected to the aprice of the tyrant. The senate, in which are seated sow men so justly distinguished for that talents,...




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