Tlie English constitution is, in fact, a twofold and admirable system
of -Civil and Military poiity most #*jp/»Yjr. combined'; whereby
these two characters,' like Uii faculties df Altetlectuat' ability and.
bodily force in man, are inseparably interwoven, and constitute a
complete state, or free gorqrnment. (i X/.'
Appeal, Civ. And Mil. On Eng. Con.
'v.:.Vi.- ":v/» -'
The experience of many hundred years hath shewn that by preserving
this constitution inviolate, or by drawing it back to the principles
on which it was originally founded, whenever it shall be made to
swerve from them, we may secure to ourselves and to our latest pos-
terity the possession of that liberty, which we have so long enjoyed.
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