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" To vindicate the policy of the law is no necessary part of the office of a judge ; but if it were, it would not be difficult to shew that the law in this respect has acted with its usual wisdom and humanity, with that true wisdom, and that real humanity,... "
The American Jurist: And Law Magazine - Page 369
1843
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The Lawyer's and Magistrate's Magazine: In which is Included ..., Volume 2

Crime and criminals - 1792
...•whether thofe reafons exift in the prefent cafe. To vindicate ihe policy of the law is no necefTary part of the office' of a judge; but if it were, it would not be difficult to fhew that the law in this refpeft has a&ed with its nfual wifdom and humanity, with that true wifdom,...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Consistory Court of London ...

Church of England. Diocese of London. Consistory Court, John Haggard, William Scott baron Stowell - Ecclesiastical law - 1822
...reasons which the law approves, and it is my duty to see whether those reasons exist in the present case. To vindicate the policy of the law is no necessary...Judge ; but if it were, it would not be difficult to shew that the law in this respect has acted with its usual wisdom and humanity, with that true wisdom,...
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Essay on the Scripture Doctrines of Adultery and Divorce: And on the ...

Henry Virtue Tebbs - Adultery - 1822 - 254 pages
...law approves. To vindicate the policy of the law is no necessary part of the duty of a judge ; but it would not be difficult to show that the law, in this...usual wisdom and humanity ; with that true wisdom and real humanity which regard the general interests of mankind. For though, in particular cases, the repugnance...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Consistory Court of London ...

Church of England. Diocese of London. Consistory Court, John Haggard, William Scott baron Stowell - Ecclesiastical law - 1822
...whether those reasons exist in the present case. To vindicate the policy of the law is no neces* sary part of the office of a judge; but if it were, it would not be difficult to shew that the law in this respect has acted with its usual wisdom and humanity, with that true wisdom,...
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Essay on the "Scripture Doctrines of Adultery and Divorce, and on ..., Volume 1

Henry Virtue Tebbs - Adultery - 1822 - 254 pages
...or both to cohabit together. The disinclination must be founded upon reasons which the law approves. To vindicate the policy of the law is no necessary part of the duty of a judge; but it would not be difficult to show that the law, in this respect, has acted with...
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Essay on the "Scripture doctrines of adultery and divorce, and on the ...

Henry Virtue Tebbs - Adultery - 1822 - 254 pages
...or both to cohabit together. The disinclination must be founded upon reasons which the law approves. To vindicate the policy of the law is no necessary part of the duty of a judge ; but it would not be difficult to show that the law, in this respect, has acted with...
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Register of Debates in Congress: Comprising ..., Volume 1; Volume 12; Volume 64

United States. Congress - Law - 1836
...corruption and subserviency. This was not a proper occasion to discuss the actual condition of the treasury; but, if it were, it would not be difficult to show that the actual surplus in the treasury was now from twenty-one to twenty-two millions, and that in the coming...
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The Annual biography and obituary

1837
...lips " of the civilian, in accents of the most winning persuasiveness, who could refuse to listen ? " To vindicate the policy of the law is no necessary...has acted with its usual wisdom and humanity ; with 'H&&- true. wisdom, and that real humanity, which regards the genera^ interests of mankind. For, though...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary, Volume 21

Great Britain - 1837
...Yaps" of the civilian, in accents of the most winning persuasiveness, who could refuse to listen ? " To vindicate the policy of the law is no necessary...be difficult to show that the law in this respect hasacted with its usual wisdom and humanity ; with that true wisdom, and that real humanity, which...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volume 21

Great Britain - 1837
...lips" of the civilian, in accents of: the most winning persuasiveness, who could refuse to listen? " To vindicate the policy of the law is no necessary part of the office of a judge j but, if it were it would not be difficult to show that the law in this respect hstsacted with its...
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