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Arms are the only true badge of liberty. The possession of arms is the distinction of a free man from a slave. Andrew Fletcher#Gun 68
Andrew Fletcher#Gun 68
All of our affairs, since the union of crowns, have been managed by the advice of English ministers, and the principal offices of the kingdom filled with such men, as the court of England knew would be subservient to their designs. Andrew Fletcher#Advice 67
Andrew Fletcher#Advice 67
My Lord, I sorrow to learn that I am so timorous of heart and to learn that my Lord could be so forgetful of the elementary facts of nature, and also of mankind, that he believes when the lesser joins the greater, it can remain itself and maintain it Andrew Fletcher#Taxation 57
Andrew Fletcher#Taxation 57
Let who will make the laws of a nation so long as I am permitted to make her songs. Andrew Fletcher#Singing 52
Andrew Fletcher#Singing 52
If a man were permitted to make all the ballads, he need not care who should make the laws of a nation. Andrew Fletcher#Singing 17
Andrew Fletcher#Singing 17
I knew a very wise man of Sir Christopher Musgrave Andrew Fletcher#Law 9
Andrew Fletcher#Law 9
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