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Essays in Law and History - Page 13
by Sir William Searle Holdsworth - 1995 - 302 pages
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The History of the Common Law of England: And An Analysis of the Civil Part ...

Sir Matthew Hale - Civil law - 1820 - 472 pages
...that only which can give those laws a countenance ; — quod eniin necessitas cogit defend*, Secondly, this indulged law, was only to extend to members of...never was so much indulged as intended to be executed 67 exercised upon others. For others who had not listed under the army, had no colour or reason to...
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The History of the Common Law of England: And An Analysis of the Civil Part ...

Sir Matthew Hale - Civil law - 1820 - 472 pages
...that only which can give those laws a countenance ; — quod enim necessitas cogit defendi. Secondly, this indulged law, was only to extend to members of the army, or, to those of the opposite array, and never was so much indulged as intended to be executed or exercised upon others. For others...
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The Parliamentary Debates, Volume 11

Great Britain. Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard - Great Britain - 1825
...can give it countenance. ' Nécessitas, enim, quod cogit défendit.' Secondly: this indulged law is only to extend to members of the army, or to those of the opposite army, and never may be so much indulged as to be exercised or executed upon others. Thirdly: the exercise of martial...
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The Miscellaneous Works of the Right Honourable Sir James Mackintosh, Volume 3

Sir James Mackintosh - English literature - 1846
...which can give it countenance. ' Necessitas enim, quod cogit, defendit.' Secondly, this indulged law is only to extend to members of the army, or to those of the opposite army, and never may be so much indulged as to be exercised or executed upon others. Thirdly, the exercise of martial...
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The right of the people to establish forms of government: Mr. Hallett's ...

Benjamin Franklin Hallett - 1848 - 71 pages
...that only which can give those laws a countenance. Secondly, this [Martial Law} wns only to extend 10 members of the army or to those of the opposite army, and i.ever was so mu h indulged as intended to lie exercised upon others. For others who were not enlisted...
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The Freed-man

British and foreign freed-men's aid society - Social Science - 1866
...government, order and discipline, in an army, is that only which can give these laws a countenance. Secondly, this indulged law was only to extend to members of the army or to these of the opposite army, and never was so much indulged as intended to be executed or exercised...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 23

Law - 1867
...only which can give those laws a countenance—quod enim necessitas cogit defendit. " Secondly, the indulged law was only to extend to members of the...executed or exercised upon others ; for others who were not listed under the army had no colour or reason to be bound by military constitutions, applicable...
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Charge of the Lord Chief Justice of England to the grand jury at the Central ...

Great Britain. Central Criminal Court, Sir Alexander Abercromby Nelson, Herbert Charles Alexander Brand, Sir Alexander James Edmund Cockburn - Martial law - 1867 - 165 pages
...can give those laws a countenance : quod enim necessltas cogit, defendit." " Secondly," he says, " this indulged law was only to extend to members of...the opposite army, and never was so much indulged as * The power to inflict whipping as a punishment is expressly taken away by this Act. f " History of...
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Charge of the Lord Chief Justice of England to the Grand Jury at the Central ...

Great Britain. Central Criminal Court, Sir Alexander Abercromby Nelson, Sir Alexander James Edmund Cockburn, Herbert Charles Alexander Brand - Jamaica - 1867 - 165 pages
...alone can give those laws a countenance : quod enim necessitas coy it, defendit" "Secondly," he says, "this indulged law was only to extend to members of...the opposite army, and never was so much indulged as * The power to inflict whipping as a punishment is expressly taken away by this Act. f " History of...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court, Volume 71

United States. Supreme Court, Alexander James Dallas, William Cranch, Henry Wheaton, Richard Peters, Benjamin Chew Howard, Jeremiah Sullivan Black, John William Wallace, William Tod Otto - Law reports, digests, etc - 1867
...that only which can give those laws a countenance : quod enim necessitas cogit defendit. " Secondly. This indulged law was only to extend to members of the army, or to those of the opposed army, and never was so much indulged as intended to be executed or exercised upon others, for...
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