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" ... every species of political dominion and every description of commercial privilege, none of which can be original, self-derived rights, or grants for the mere private benefit of the holders, then such rights, or privileges, or whatever else you choose... "
Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks - Página 292
editado por - 1808 - 2337 páginas
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volumen2

Edmund Burke - 1807
...purposes for which alone it could have a lawful existence. This I conceive, Sir, to be true of jtrusts of power vested in the highest hands, and of such as seem to hold of no hunian creature. But about the application of this principle to subordinate derivative trusts, I do...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen58

1834
...holders, then ' such rights, or privileges, or whatever else you choose to call ' them, are all in the strictest sense a trust ; and it is of the very...which alone it could have a lawful existence. This I con' ccive to be true of trusts of power vested in the highest hands, ' and of such as seem to hold...
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The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir

Edmund Burke - 1834
...such rights, or privileges, or whatever else you choose to call them, are all In the strictest sens« red ; must ceuae, when it substantially varies from the purposes for which alone it could have a lawful existence....
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A Treatise on Roads: Wherein the Principles on which Roads Should be Made ...

Sir Henry Parnell - 1838 - 465 páginas
...has remarked the great defect in the turnpike laws of not providing such a control. Mr. Burke says, " It is of the very essence of every trust to be rendered...it substantially varies from the purposes for which it could have a lawful existence." If a board of trustees suffer the road under their care to get into...
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A treatise on roads

Henry Brooke Parnell (1st baron Congleton.) - 1838
...has remarked the great defect in the turnpike laws of not providing such a control. Mr. Burke says, " It is of the very essence of every trust to be rendered...it substantially varies from the purposes for which it could have a lawful existence." If a board of trustees suffer the road under their care to get into...
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The History of England: From the Accession to the Decease of King ..., Volumen4

John Adolphus - 1841
...benefit. Such grants, for the mere private benefit of " the holders, are, in the strictest sense, trusts ; and it is " of the very essence of every trust, to be rendered ac" countable, and even totally to cease when it substan" tially varies from the purposes for which...
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The History of England: From the Accession to the Decease of King ..., Volumen4

John Adolphus - 1841
...benefit. Such grants, for the mere private benefit of " the holders, are, in the strictest sense, trusts ; and it is " of the very essence of every trust, to be rendered ac" countable, and even totally to cease when it substan" tially varies from the purposes for which...
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Celebrated Speeches of Chatham, Burke, and Erskine: To which is Added, the ...

William Pitt (Earl of Chatham) - 1845 - 540 páginas
...the holders, then such rights, or privileges, or whatever else you choose to call them, are all in the strictest sense a trust; and it is of the very...substantially varies from the purposes for which alone it coald have a lawful existence. This I conceive, Sir, to be true of trusts of power vested in the highest...
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Library of Oratory: Embracing Select Speeches of Celebrated ..., Volumen3

1845
...of the holders, then such rights, or privileges, or whatever else you choose to call them, are aH in the" strictest sense a trust ; and it is- of the very essence of every *ust to be rendered accountable; and even totally to cease, when it substantially varies from the purposes...
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Select British Eloquence: Embracing the Best Speeches Entire of the Most ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1852 - 947 páginas
...the holders, then such rights, or privileges, or whatever else you choose to call them, are all in the strictest sense a trust; and it is of the very...hands, and of such as seem to hold of no human creature ; 4 but about the application of this principle to subordinate derivative trusts, I do not see how...
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