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New Haven Gazette (Newspaper) - June 1, 1786, New Haven, Connecticut sini sed toto se Printed and by MEIGS per following is a Pamphlet in by the Au hor if COMMON on the of the and Paper and his as a render acceptable is our readers any of his have a general let its form be what it contains within common to which that of a or a power which there is no and which all And as it is to h. form of government in which this does not fo there muil of he a if it may be To for it to Monarchies this power h lodged in a fingle ot His Will is law which he or revokes as he without being accountable to any power for fo the only modes of in countries fo are by petition or And this is the we fo frequently hear of in for as there are but two modes this is one of it may be fa id that as the united of the people is by to controul the will of the the power lodges in them but it be that I am of fuch powers only as the pares of the not of powers which arc applied to and overturn as in the over which thete is no controul arid which controuls all remains where nature it in the people for the people in arc tlie fountain of It remains there as a matter of right recognized in the of the and tlie of and is and deputing a certain number oi cni and aft for the and if not afl may be by me power them and deputed in their and the wrong of former and brought right by this Therefore the republican and principle leaves no room for it provides and a rightful means in its under a form of the of this power is an of a. it from the in whole hand their form of has placed and the of it is Therefore the form of government knows no intermediate being and being SHALL in this place offer an though not immediately my is very naturally deduced from which that the if I may fo call of a government over any people form the which the people to obtain 5 for like will produce like And therefore the government which Britain attempted to over America be no other than a it to the Americans no other mode of than which are left to people under petition and and the without ever attending to a on the went into the fame which fuch people go no other could be and this of leads up and the of the or governments which produced u T to where the power is is criterion of between a country under a form of government and a free In a country under a form of the is free man in a people retaining the in and retain freedom with it wherever the there mull the the one cannot be in oue place and the other in the where the power is lodged is the criterion of the is the on it is DESPOTIC government knows no but Whatever the wills to the government admits him the inherent aud the power of He is by no fixed rule of right and ior he makes the right and wrong as he he happens a miracle may to be a man of of a mild to and and promoting the general all the beneficial will be under his and the people fo governed while in this be and But as there can be no that this will and this and lefs that his have the fame qualities and the fame s therefore m people their ing their of their own any one man with fuch a is it confine It to knowledge of one man competent to the of fuch a A Sovereign of this is brought up in fuch a line of and lives fo remote from the reft of the and from a knowledge of everything which relates to their local and that he can know nc thing from experience and and all which he does know he muil be power without that a full knowledge of all the matters over which that power is to be which is a of power in a fingle is very proper when applied to the commander in t an fo far as relates to the military government of an and the condition and of an army the why it is an army every man is of the fame that he is a and the commander in chief was therefore the knowledge to the power is within By what a he c the local of eve I y man L the dominion his fore the 1,
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