ma) THE Second Case is that of a Power superiour to any one of the rest, who all together make a Ballance against it. The Advantage lies on the side of the superiour Power, in that it is united, simple, not subject to controul, uniform and certainanbsp;...
|Title||:||Two Essays on the Ballance of Europe: the first written in French by the late Archbishop of Cambray [being a Supplement to “Directions pour la conscience d'un Roi,” etc.], and translated into English; the second, by the translator of the first essay [W. Grant].|
|Author||:||François de Salignac de La Mothe- Fénelon, William Grant (advocate of Edinburgh.)|