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(1815) Author: Matthew Consett - Tema: Sápmi and the Sami
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the good effects of decorum and a
well-regulated government.

A senator is appointed as president to
every court of justice, and a council, to
manage and regulate all boards established
for the use of public revenues; such as
military offices, marine departments, and all
other civil and commercial appointments.
Their laws are comprised in a small
compass, and seldom subject them to the
disturbance of litigation; so that the
profession of the long robe in Sweden is of small
repute.

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LETTER VIII.



Stockholm.

His Majesty’s late animated and
enterprising attempt for a revolution succeeded
to a certain degree, but not so far as to
introduce and establish an unlimited monarchy.
He gained the soldiers, and many of his
subjects joined his party and took the oaths
of allegiance, in consequence of a most
nervous and spirited address which he made
to his people. His elocution, affable

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