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" ... hurt is actually done ; but the apprehension must be reasonable : it must not be an apprehension arising merely from an exquisite and diseased sensibility of mind. Petty vexations applied to such a constitution of mind may certainly in time wear out... "
New Commentaries on Marriage, Divorce, and Separation as to the Law ... - Page 631
by Joel Prentiss Bishop - 1891
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Reports of cases argued and determined in the Consistory Court of ..., Volume 1

Church of England. Diocese of London. Consistory Court, John Haggard, William Scott Stowell (baron) - Ecclesiastical law - 1822
...such a constitution of mind may certainly in time wear out the animal machine, but still they are not cases of legal relief; people must relieve themselves...they can by prudent resistance — by calling in the succours of religion and the consolation of friends ; but the aid of Courts is not to be resorted to...
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Reports of cases argued and determined in the Consistory Court of ..., Volume 1

Church of England. Diocese of London. Consistory Court, John Haggard, William Scott (Baron Stowell), William Scott Stowell (baron) - Ecclesiastical law - 1822
...such a constitution of mind may certainly in time wear out the animal machine, but still they are not cases of legal relief; people must relieve themselves as well as they can by prudent resistance—by calling in the succours of religion and the consolations of friends ; but the aid of...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Ecclesiastical Courts ...

Joseph Phillimore, Jesse Addams, John Haggard, Sir George Lee, James Fergusson, William Calverley Curteis, Edward Duncan Ingraham - Divorce - 1832
...such a constitution of mind may certainly in time wear out the animal machine, but still they are not cases of legal relief: people must relieve themselves as well as they can by prudent resistance—by calling in the succours of religion and the consolation of friends; but the aid of...
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Digest of Cases Argued and Determined in the Arches and Prerogative Courts ...

Edwin Maddy, Sir George Lee, John Haggard, Joseph Phillimore - Ecclesiastical law - 1835 - 265 pages
...such a constitution of mind may certainly in time wear out the animal machine, but still they are not cases of legal relief; people must relieve themselves...they can by prudent resistance, by calling in the succours of religion, and the consolation of friends ; but the aid of Courts is not to be resorted...
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The Annual biography and obituary

History - 1837
...certain constitution of mind may certainly in time wear out the animal machine, but still they are not cases of legal relief; people must relieve themselves...they can by prudent resistance — by calling in the succours of religion, and the consolations of friendship, but the aid of courts is not to be resorted...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volume 21

Great Britain - 1837
...certain constitution of mind mav certainly in time wear out the animal machine, but still they are not cases of legal relief; people must relieve themselves...they can by prudent resistance — by calling in the succours of religion, and the consolations of friendship, but the aid of courts is not to be resorted...
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Burn's Ecclesiastical Law

Richard Burn - Ecclesiastical law - 1842
...such a constitution of mind may certainly in time wear out the animal machine, but still they are not cases of legal relief; people must relieve themselves...they can by prudent resistance, by calling in the succours of religion and the consolation of friends ; but the aid of courts is not to be resorted to...
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Law Times, the Journal and Record of the Law and Lawyers, Volume 49

Law - 1870
...sensitive, and refined, may certainly in time wear out the animal machine ; but still they are not cases for legal relief. People must relieve themselves as well...they can, by prudent resistance, by calling in the succour of relitrion ani the consolation of friends ; but the aid of courts is not to be resorted to...
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The Lives of Twelve Eminent Judges: Of the Last and of the Present ..., Volume 2

William Charles Townsend - Judges - 1846
...certain constitution of mind may certainly in time wear out the animal machine, but still they are not cases of legal relief; people must relieve themselves...can by prudent resistance - — by calling in the succours of religion, and the consolations of friendship, but the aid of courts is not to be resorted...
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The Lives of Twelve Eminent Judges of the Last and of the Present ..., Volume 2

William Charles Townsend - Judges - 1846
...prudent resistance — by calling in the succours of religion, and the consolations of friendship, but the aid of courts is not to be resorted to in such cases with any effect. . . If two persons have pledged themselves at the altar of God to spend their lives together for purposes...
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