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" We forget that it is the protection from the violence of others which renders possible for us the indulgence of the thousand almost capricious enjoyments which each day brings round us in increasing abundance. What hundreds and thousands are there who... "
The History and Principles of the Civil Law of Rome: An Aid to the Study of ... - Page 48
by Sheldon Amos - 1851 - 475 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 189

English essays - 1851
...this language. We think of law but in its terrors. We do not remember that by it, and by it alone, cnn society, with all its artificial relations, subsist....of society continuing to exist, for the most part progressive too in good — for such, with occasional and doubtful exceptions, is the history of man...
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The Dublin university magazine, Volume 37

University magazine - 1851
...happiness and whose peace would be wholly impossible but for that unseen dominion of law which pi-events any interference with their comforts, while they move...inoffensive hopes. They have known and obeyed law under the паше and with the feeling of religion. When we think of the wickedness of men, of the inordinate...
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The Irish Jurist, Volume 3

Law - 1851
...and peaceably, and yet whose happiness and whose peace would be wholly impossible but for that uuweu dominion of law which prevents any interference with...their unambitious circle of domestic duties, quiet enjoyment, and inoffensive hopes. They have known and obeyed law under the name and with the feeling...
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