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New Haven Gazette (Newspaper) - November 22, 1787, New Haven, Connecticut Z E T T N N E U SHALL RUN TO AND AND KNOWLEDGE SHALL BE Chap. XIL v. 4. (Vol. 11.) November 40. No. the People is fortunate that you have been but jittle widi that of impertinence and with which the politicians have many parts of our is enough that you have that one party has that we adopt the it lias been approved by and and the vvith all the of to Friends md Country men J have urged that we as that is more ufed to command as a than to as a is others arc is You are too well informed to decide by the opinion of and too to need a caution undue a very different tho' only one degree better than the other .is all that of iias in of on the of a of the of riguis of rights of taxation and trials in the freedom of trial by a lall are undoubtedly important much too important to depend on mere paper guard fuch privileges by the ilill if you leave and executive power in the hands of who are or may be to deprive you of are but Make an him the and guard as much as you will by bills of your liberty of the and trial by jury he will find means either to take them from or to r them only real that you can have for all your important rights muft the nature of your If you any man to govern you who is not in your you will certainly If you are about to truil your liberties with people whom it is to bind by that they firall not keep a your is not worth even the trouble of No of rights ever yet bound the power longer than the homy mcon of the rulers in the rights and in that cafe they always been ready enough to declare the and to them when they were The famous Magna is but an ad of which every parliament has had juil as much power to repeal and as the parliament which made it had to pafs it at But the of the nation has always thaC their government was fo that at one branch of their be to the rights of the have a of rights in Connecticut your many years fince that the of this enjoy certain Every that by the fame enad that the enjoy none of privileges j and the only that It has not long fince been fo is thn your were as in pre- ing rights as any of the i and this is your only that it not be fo enabled at the next of and it is General your are They may keep troops on foot in moil profound if they think They have abridged the bv be
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