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" ... so the French Revolution operated in a similar manner through the violent passions of the time. In studying the early history of the European nations, we have remarked that England is the country where feudality has borne the most lasting fruit in... "
The London Review - Page 8
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 54

1861
...where feudality has borne the most lasting fruit in its parliamentary government and equable divisions of power. Thus, in examining the political institutions...England, France, and Germany, we are struck by the marvelous simili tudc between the laws and institutions of peoples so different. But we soon approach...
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The London Review, Volume 17

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1862
...division of power. Thus, in examining the political institutions of the Middle Ages in England, Prance, and Germany, we are struck by the marvellous similitude...dominators of the soil. The enfranchisement of the Tiers Etdt marks an important transition period in French history. 'The bourgeoisie/ remarks Augustin Thierry,...
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