But they have two other Rights; those of sitting when they please, and as long as they please…




But they have two other Rights; those of sitting when they please, and as long as they please…

But they have two other Rights; those of sitting when they please, and as long as they please… --Benjamin Franklin

But they have two other Rights; those of sitting when they please, and as long as they please, in which methinks they have the advantage of your Parliament; for they cannot be dissolved by the Breath of a Minister, or sent packing as you were the other day, when it was your earnest desire to have remained longer together.

Benjamin Franklin

Year: 1784
Context: Letter to William Straham
Tags: Breth of a Minister, advantage of your Parliament, earnest desire, sent packing



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