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" In criminals of blood, if the fact be evident, severity is justice. " 16. To abhor all private solicitations, of what kind soever, and by whomsoever, in matters depending. " 17. To charge my servants, 1. Not to interpose in any matter whatsoever ; 2.... "
Chambers's pocket miscellany - Page 41
by Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1852
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The Panoplist, Or, the Christian's Armory, Volume 3

Congregational churches - 1808
...prcce172 On killing Game.... A Hermit's Meditation. [Sept. dence to causes. 4. Not to recommend council. 18. To be short and sparing at meals, that I may be the fitter for business. MISCELLANIES. ON KILLING GAME. MR. GII.PIN, in his remarks on the scenery of the Isle of Wight, (See...
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The Panoplist (and Missionary magazine) conducted by an association of ...

1808
...their known fees. 3. Not to give any undue preccdence to causes. 4. Not to recommend council. 18. Tobe short and sparing at meals, that I may be the fitter for business. MISCELLANIES. ON KILLING GAME. MR. GILPIK, in hjs remarks on the scenery of the Isle of Wight, (See...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1816
...by whomsoever in matters depending. 17. To charge my servants, 1. Not to interpose in any business whatsoever ; 2. Not to take more than their known...sparing at meals, that I may be the fitter for business. * ' Who can read with indifference (asks an able writer) the reasons which, with his usual modesty...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., Volume 4

Francis Wrangham - Great Britain - 1816
...by whomsoever in matters depending. 17. To charge my servants, 1. Not to interpose in any business whatsoever ; 2. Not to take more than their known...sparing at meals, that I may be the fitter for business. * ' Who can read with indifference (asks an able writer) the reasons which, with his usual modesty...
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The counsels of a father: in four letters of Sir Matthew Hale to his ...

Sir Matthew Hale - Conduct of life - 1816 - 207 pages
...their known fees. 3. Not to give any undue precedence to causes. 4. Not to recommend counsel. XVIII. To be short and sparing at meals, that I may be the fitter for business. < .'ii l ' In the year l 67 1 , Sir Matthew Hale was appointed Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's...
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The Counsels of a Father: In Four Letters of Sir Matthew Hale to His ...

Sir Matthew Hale - Conduct of life - 1817 - 207 pages
...their known fees. 3. Not to give any undue precedence to causes. 4. Not to recommend counsel. XVIII. To be short and sparing at meals, that I may be the fitter for business. In the year 1671, Sir Matthew Hale was appointed Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench. In...
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Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with ..., Volume 6

Christian biography - 1818
...their known fees. 3. Not to give any undue precedence to causes. 4. Not to recommend counsel. XVIII. To be short and sparing at meals, that I may be the fitter for business." He would never receive private addresses or recommendations from the greatest persons in any matter,...
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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
...than their known " fees; not to give any undue precedence to causes ; not " to recommend counsel. " To be short and sparing, at meals, that I may be the " fitter for business." With what spirit he conformed to the most essential of these rules, may be readily collected from the...
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The lives of sir Matthew Hale and John earl of Rochester

Gilbert Burnet (bp. of Salisbury.) - 1820
...their known fees; 3. Not to give any undue precedence to causes ; 4. Not to recommend counsel. XVIII. To be short and sparing at meals, that I may be the fitter for business. He would never receive private addresses or recommendations from the greatest persons in any matter...
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The life of Sir Matthew Hale, Knt: sometime Lord chief justice of His ...

Gilbert Burnet - 1823 - 68 pages
...their known fees, 3. Not to give any undue precedence to causes, 4. Not to recommend council. XVIII. To be short and sparing at meals, that I may be the fitter for business. He would never receive private addresses or recommendations from the greatest persons in any matter,...
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