from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Government by military force: as, “the cannonarchy of Napoleon,”
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They liked the Cossackry of the one as little as they had liked the cannonarchy of the other.
Our constitutional polity would give way to a cannonarchy, as every quietly disposed person would prefer the arbitrary government of one man to the organization of anarchy.
In the present, all that he could reverence was the cannonarchy of Russia, which he invoked to restore to France that golden age in which Crécy and