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"Civil government" is a book by Paul Samuel Reinsch.
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The Text Taken from the Most Correct Copies of the Present Authorised Version, with the Marginal Readings-a Collection of Parallel Texts-and Copious Summaries to Each Chapter. With a Commentary and Critical Notes, Designed as a Help to a Better Understanding of the Sacred Writings
Because civil government is an order of God, and the ministers of state must be at considerable expense in providing for the safety and defence of the community ; it is necessary that those in whose behalf ...
The Christian Review (1845)
Civil government is an institution sanctioned by God, and intended to promote the security, happiness and improvement of the governed. Where national action is necessary for the attainment of these objects, there the power of the majority ...
The Second Disestablishment (2010)
Church and State in Nineteenth-Century America by Steven Green
Civil Government is a Divine Ordinance. —Lyman Beecher, “The Remedy for Duelling” (1806) As the United States entered the closing years of the eighteenth century, the momentum toward disestablishment and greater religious equality ...
The Readable Dictionary (1860)
by John Williams (of Lancaster, O.)
Civil Government includes all the agparatus of constitutions, laws, and o cers required for the regulation and management of the afl'airs of a nation. A STATE consists of a body of people who have a regularly constituted government. (L., status ...
As Amended Through April 2010 by Barry Leonard
where a foreign government exercises executive, legislative, and judicial authority until an indigenous civil government can be established. Also called CA . (JP 3-05) civil affairs — Designated Active and Reserve Component forces and units ...
A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America and of the Several States of the American Union (1871)
With References to the Civil and Other Systems of Foreign Law by John Bouvier, Daniel Angell Gleason
CIVIIi, In contradistinction to barbarous or savage, indicates a state of society reduced to order and regular government: thus, we speak of civil life, civil society, civil government, and civil liberty. In contradistinction to criminal, to indicate the ...
Encyclopaedia Americana : a popular dictionary of arts, sciences, literature, history, politics, and biography, brought down to the present time (1836)
Civil government, then, may be properly said to consist in. the exercise of such delegated powers, as are proper or necessary for the safety, protection and happiness of the whole community. And civil liberty may be said to consist in not being ...
by David Booth
Civil government,' ' Civil rights,' &c. as distinct from what belongs to particular divisions of policy, such as Military government, Martime rights, &c. In the same manner, we speak of 'Civil War,' meaning the intestine war among the Citizens, ...
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