Written by J.L. De Lolme, Advocate and Citizen of Geneva, and published 1822, this was first written in French and published in Holland ... this is the English translation.
An account of the English government in which it is compared to the republican form of government and the other monarchies in Europe.
The first part of the book is a survey of the various powers included in the English constitution and the laws both in civil and criminal cases. Part two is a view of the advantages of the English government and of the rights and liberties of the people. There is also confirmation by reference to facts of the principles contained within the work.
A candid description of English government in the early nineteenth century.
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