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Rehearsal Of Observator (Newspaper) - April 14, 1805, London, Middlesex f He REHEARSAL Of LOCK'S TVo of Government ni the of it. an of a going From April the 14th, to April the 21th 1705. S Ince our laft I have Confuted great Oracle Mr. I not endure to be fo oy And now I am Thou not come off thou haft Thou haft him as Affecting that the of every Individ dual was for the of And he is as as Thou That I that is And in his Two of Book 2. cap. 8. Of the Beginning if Political p. 318. Which that the of Every the Infirmities of avd Avocations of which in 4 thorgh much lefs than that of 1 a will keep many away from the And the variety of and Contrariety of which happen in all of next hit over to he Yet the very Page and the Page before makes the of Every Individual co and the only Foundation of all Political He p. When any Number of have by the of made a And p. 3 One one which the of EVERT that into it &c. And again in the fame Thus EVERT MAN by with others to make ene Body And p. 355. Every Member of the 'tis and upon the of it it and Government be But where he makes it p. 318. it is upon the Point or the Majority Concluding the after ihe Government is for fays Nothing but the of 1-in make Any thing to be the Aft of the the Infirmities of as before is next to ever to be It it never be then it never be more upon one than And no can. be Nam d moie likely to Create Vanity of and Contrariety of than the ot and the Choice of the So that yoa haTe brought Lack Confuting And plainly That the Foundation of Popular is and an But now Government fet up apon this which it was to be fet as Lock Do's he make the Government SETTLED and in His or i their hands where the have I an and Tower in the Supreme and Authority No. No. He witl not Allow of That by any And he Proves I had not Ready at hand laft time thou fuch a Goofe of for That there is no Arbitrary Power in So that I had not a Word to lay for my For I have all my Principles out of do not always Remember his But now f m Ready for and Have at He comes upon this Two Book 2. chap. p. 353. Where he Treats Of the Extent ofthe And fays 35%. Though the whether in one or be the Supreme Power in every Commonwealth yet it is nor can be Arbitrary over the Lives and Fortunes of the For it being Bui the Joint Power of Every Member of the Society given up 40 that or which is it can be no more than had in a State of before they entered into and Gave it up to the Form Body can Transfer to Another more Power baxs in And no Body has an Arbitrary Power over or over any other to his own Lifey or take away the Life or Property of A as has been cannot t* the Arbitrary Fewer of as I fully to thee The wherever it is ' in any fort of and be Arbitrary and and it is to DC And every Man fees in all menu upon the face of the The is not Bound to its own but may Repeat at And before may Leap over and Ad Contrary to May Deny the Liberty of Habeas and keep Men in all the Days of their without cither or May take a Man's Life by AFt of where the ordinary of the Laws not Reach I a may do what they and make what they will For their WiH is the if as Mr. Lock and fee has No Man can Subject to the Arbitrary Power of no Man can to any of what Sort or fo Nor can there be fuch a kept up in jhe And as he no Man has loner orer the Life or Property of then cannot the whole Community commit my Force
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