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A free people must be jealous of their liberties if they would retain them.
ENGLISH SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMSJAMES CHAMPLIN FERNALD
After which agréement concluded, about the nintéenth daie of Nouember, they were shortlie after restored to their liberties.
Have not English liberties been abridged as Hutchinson desired?
You have no right to sacrifice the liberties of man upon the altars of ghosts.
THE GHOSTSROBERT G. INGERSOLL
He never concealed from himself that the success of America was bound up with the maintenance of English liberties.
Some liberties were occasionally taken in interpretation, and sometimes fanciful changes were made in color combinations.
Death never comes too soon, if necessary in defence of the liberties of your country.
Their Revolution, as we call it, was like ours in the main, a vindication of liberties inherited and possessed.
PROSE MASTERPIECES FROM MODERN ESSAYISTSJAMES ANTHONY FROUDE, EDWARD A. FREEMAN, WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE, JOHN HENRY NEWMAN AND LESLIE STEPHEN
If a proportional representation take place, the small States contend that their liberties will be in danger.
He apologizes for the liberties taken by satiric poets in general, and particularly by himself.