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" The common law affords to every one reasonable protection against fraud in dealing ; but it does not go to the romantic length of giving indemnity against the consequences of indolence and folly, or a careless indifference to the ordinary and accessible... "
Commentaries on American Law - Page 486
by James Kent - 1848
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Elements of Moral Philosophy

Jasper Adams - Christian ethics - 1837 - 492 pages
...and relies upon the sufficiency of his own knowledge, skill, and diligence. The common law affords to every one reasonable protection against fraud in...against the consequences of indolence and folly, or of careless indifference to the ordinary and accessible means of information. It reconciles the claims...
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Moral Views of Commerce, Society, and Politics: In Twelve Discourses

Orville Dewey - Business ethics - 1838 - 300 pages
...Chancellor Kent, " affords to every one, reasonable protection against fraud in dealing ; but it does not go the romantic length of giving indemnity against the...the ordinary and accessible means of information." J What is the nature, and what is the amount of this concession to expediency ? Let us carefully consider...
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Moral views of commerce, society, and politics, in 12 discourses

Orville Dewey - 1838
...ignorance, indolence, and neglect, should meet with loss. " The common law," says Chancellor Kent, " affords to every one, reasonable protection against fraud in dealing ; but it does not go the romantic length of giving indemnity against the consequences of indolence and folly, or a careless...
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Moral Views of Commerce, Society, and Politics: In Twelve Discourses

Orville Dewey - Business ethics - 1838 - 300 pages
...ignorance, indolence and neglect, should meet with loss. " The common law," says Chancellor Kent, " affords to every one, reasonable protection against fraud in dealing; but it does not go the romantic length of giving indemnity against the consequences of indolence and folly, or a careless...
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Discourses on Human Life, Volume 2

Orville Dewey - Sermons, American - 1838 - 299 pages
...ignorance, indolence and neglect, should meet with loss. " The common law," says Chancellor Kent, " affords to every one, reasonable protection against fraud in dealing ; but it does not go the romantic length of giving indemnity against the consequences of indolence and folly, or a careless...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 1

Commerce - 1839
...too much litigation, and would derange commerce." " The common hw," says Chancellor Kent, " affords to every one reasonable protection against fraud in dealing ; but it does not go the romantic length of giving ndemn ity against the consequences of indolence and folly, or a careless...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 1

1839
...too much litigation, and would derange commerce." " The common bw," says Chancellor Kent, " affords to every one reasonable protection against fraud in dealing; but it does not go the romantic length of giving ndemnity against the consequences of indolence and folly, or a careless...
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The Works of Orville Dewey, D.D. ...

Orville Dewey - Theology - 1844 - 887 pages
...ignorance, indolence, and neglect, should meet with loss. " The common law," says Chancellor Kent, "affords to every one reasonable protection against fraud in dealing ; but it does not go the romantic length of giving indemnity against the consequences of indolence and folly, or a careless...
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Discourses on the Nature of Religion: And on Commerce and Business : with ...

Orville Dewey - Ethics - 1847 - 388 pages
...ignorance, indolence, and neglect. should meet with loss. " The common law," says Chancellor Kent, " affords to every one, reasonable protection against fraud in dealing; but it does not go the romantic length of giving indemnity against the consequences of indolence and folly, or a careless...
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Discourses on the Nature of Religion: And on Commerce and Business; with ...

Orville Dewey - Ethics - 1847 - 388 pages
...ignorance, indolence, and neglect, should meet with loss. " The common law," says Chancellor Kent, " affords to every one, reasonable protection against fraud in dealing; but it does not go the romantic length of giving indemnity against the consequences of indolence and folly, or a careless...
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