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" Rome to trample on Italian liberty, but, on the contrary, to regulate it, to preserve it from its own excesses, and to give it a solid basis, by restoring to his throne the prince who had put himself so boldly at the head of all useful reforms. "
Memoirs of the Duchesse De Dino, 1841- 1850 - Page 278
by Duchesse De Dorothee Dino - 1910 - 276 pages
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The Roman state from 1815 to 1850, tr. by W.E. Gladstone [and] (a lady).

Luigi Carlo Farini - 1851
...send an army to Rome to trample on Italian liberty, but, on the contrary, to regulate it, to preserve it from its own excesses, and to give it a solid basis, by restoring to bis throne the Prince who had put himself so boldly at the head of all useful reforms....
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The Roman State: From 1815 to 1850, Volume 4

Luigi Carlo Farini - Papal States - 1854 - 428 pages
...send an army to Rome to trample on Italian liberty, but, on the contrary, to regulate it, to preserve it from its own excesses, and to give it a solid basis, by restoring to his throne the Prince who had put himself so boldly at the head of all useful reforms....
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Life of Napoleon III.: Emperor of the French

Edward Roth - 1856 - 546 pages
...sent an army to Rome to smother Italian liberty; but, on the contrary, to regulate it by defending it from its own excesses, and to give it a solid basis by restoring to the pontifical throne the prince who had boldly placed himself in the front rank of all...
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Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art ..., Volume 1

1868
...sent an army to Bome to smother Italian liberty, but, on the contrary, to regulate it, by defending it from its own excesses, and to give it a solid basis, by restoring to the pontifical throne the prince who had boldly placed himself at the head of all useful...
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The History of Napoleon III: Emperor of the French

John Stevens Cabot Abbott - France - 1868 - 714 pages
...sent an army to Rome to smother Italian liberty, but, on the contrary, to regulate it by defending it from its own excesses, and to give it a solid basis by restoring to the pontifical throne the prince who had boldly placed himself at the head of all useful...
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A Life of Pius IX Down to the Episcopal Jubilee of 1877

Bernard O'Reilly - 1877 - 506 pages
...send an army to Eome to trample on Italian liberty ; but, on the contrary, to regulate it, to preserve it from its own excesses, and to give it a solid basis, by restoring to his throne the sovereign who had put himself so boldly at the head of all useful reforms....
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Italy

John Stevens Cabot Abbott - Italy - 1882 - 648 pages
...smother Italian liberty, but, on the contrary, to regulate it 1 Moniteur, June 14, 1849. by defending it from its own excesses, and to give it a solid basis by restoring to the pontifical throne the prince who had boldly placed himself at the head of all useful...
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Catholicism and the Second French Republic, 1848-1852

Ross William Collins - Church and state - 1923 - 520 pages
...send an army to Rome to trample on Italian liberty, but, on the contrary, to regulate it, to preserve it from its own excesses, and to give it a solid basis, by restoring to his throne the prince who had put himself so boldly at the head of all useful reforms....
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