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Are not the sentiments of the Duchesses sister-in-law, the Comtesse Diane, in direct opposition to the absolute monarchy?
THE SECRET MEMOIRS OF LOUIS XV./XVI, COMPLETEMADAME DU HAUSSET, AN "UNKNOWN ENGLISH GIRL" AND THE PRINCESS LAMBALLE
From the moment of that appeal, military autocracy and absolute monarchy were doomed.
I have given you a liberal constitution, and, in the place of an absolute monarchy, a monarchy mild and limited.
JOSEPH BONAPARTEJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
It is hardly necessary to remind the reader that in an absolute monarchy the will of the ruler is law.
A government in which all power resides in or proceeds from one person, is an absolute monarchy.
Thus the good side of the Absolute Monarchy was swept away with the bad.
Turkey is a theocratic absolute monarchy, which means something stronger yet than an absolute monarchy.
Philippe le Bel, says Kervyn, represents in the thirteenth century the worst tendencies of absolute monarchy.
THE STORY OF BRUGESERNEST GILLIAT-SMITH
So extreme an instance makes it almost superfluous to refer to any other: but consider the long duration of absolute monarchy.
THE SUBJECTION OF WOMENJOHN STUART MILL
We can follow pretty plainly the stages of the progress from a limited to an absolute monarchy.

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