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" ... a methodical society which should be organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty, which at present renders any expression of opinion on matters of policy dangerous to individuals. "
The Westminster Review - Page 306
de The Westminster Review January-April 1841 - 1841
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The Real Shelley: New Views of the Poet's Life, Volume 1

John Cordy Jeaffreson - 1885 - 460 pages
...evils which might thus become alleviated ; and to form a methodical society, which should be organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty,...opinion on matters of policy dangerous to individuals Although perfectly unacquainted with you privately, I address you as a common friend to liberty, thinking...
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The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volume 1

Edward Dowden - 1886 - 584 pages
...evils which might thus become alleviated, and to form a methodical society, which should be organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty,...societies of this nature that corruption has attained the hcight at which we behold it ; nor can any of us bear in mind the very great influence which, some...
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The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volume 1

Edward Dowden - 1887 - 592 pages
...evils which might thus become alleviated, and to form a methodical society, which should be organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty,...in mind the very great influence which, some years since, was gained by llluminimi, without considering that a society of equal extent might establish...
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The Best Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1892 - 344 pages
...the charge of seditious libel. The charges were based on publications in " The Examiner." organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty,...in mind the very great influence which, some years since, was gained by Illuminism, without considering that a society of equal extent might establish...
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The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelly

Thomas Jefferson Hogg - 1906 - 620 pages
...evils which might thus become alleviated ; and to form a methodical society, which should be organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty,...of policy dangerous to individuals. It has been for want of societies of this nature, that corruption has attained the height at which we now behold it...
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The Letters

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1909 - 604 pages
...evils which might thus become alleviated ; and to form a methodical society, which should be organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty,...of policy dangerous to individuals. It has been for want of societies of this nature, that corruption has attained the height at which we now behold it...
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Letters, Volume 1

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1909 - 602 pages
...evils which might thus become alleviated ; and to form a methodical society, which should be organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty,...of policy dangerous to individuals. It has been for want of societies of this nature, that corruption has attained the height at which we now behold it...
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The Radicalism of Shelley and Its Sources

Daniel J. MacDonald - 1912 - 160 pages
...methodical society, which should be organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty. . . . It has been for the want of societies of this nature...in mind the very great influence which, some years since, was gained by Illuminism, without considering that a society of equal extent might establish...
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Shelley in England: New Facts and Letters from the Shelley-Whitton ..., Volume 1

Roger Ingpen - 1917 - 902 pages
...evils which might thus be alleviated ; and to form a methodical society, which should be organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty, which at present render any expression of opinion on matters of policy dangerous to individuals. It has been for want...
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Catholic Educational Review, Volume 18

Edward Aloysius Pace, Thomas Edward Shields - 1920 - 646 pages
...methodical society, which should be organized so as to resist the coalition of the enemies of liberty. . . . It has been for the want of societies of this nature...in mind the very great influence which, some years since, was gained by Illuminism, without considering that a society of equal extent might establish...
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