Liars ought to have good memories.
Laws and constitutions ought to be weighed... to constitute that which is most conducing to the establishment of justice and liberty.
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|Birth:||15th January, 1623|
|Death:||7th December, 1683|
Algernon Sidney or Sydney was an English politician, republican political theorist, colonel, and opponent of King Charles II of England, who was charged with plotting against the King and was executed for treason. Sidney's father was Robert Sidney, 2nd Earl of Leicester, a direct descendant of John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland and the great-nephew of Sir Philip Sidney. His mother was Dorothy Percy, daughter of Henry Percy, 9th Earl of Northumberland. Sidney was born at Baynard's Castle, London, and was raised at Penshurst Place in Kent. His mother wrote to her husband in November 1636 that she had heard her son "much comended by all that comes from you a huge deall of witt and much sweetness of nature. After spending time in Ireland after his father was appointed Lord Lieutenant of that country, Sidney returned to England in 1643.
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