Principles of the Civil Code

Jeremy Bentham

Part 2, Chapter 5, Footnote #01
An example

This may be applied to the situation of a King re-established on the throne of his ancestors, as Henry IV. or Charles II. at the expense of his faithful servants---an unfortunate situation, in which discontent is still increased, unless the kingdom itself, reconquered by their efforts be distributed among them in detail.

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