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" ... sharpness of wit, so he had discoursed with more depth of judgment. For he breaketh the force of weighty points with the shivers of nice diversities, yet many things are to be allowed in him, many to be praised, so that the reader be careful in his... "
The profession of the law: an address delivered before the Law Academy of ... - Page 23
by William Neilson Ashman, Law Academy of Philadelphia - 1889 - 33 pages
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Direction Or Preparative to the Study of the Law: Wherein is Shewed what ...

William Fulbeck, Thomas Henry Stirling - Law - 1829 - 252 pages
...commendable things, delivered by a ready conceit, and pleasant method : many excellent cases .which savour of great reading, and good experience : his treatise...so he had discoursed with more depth of judgment. For he breaketh the force of weighty points with the shivers of nice diversities, yet many things are...
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The First Book of the Law: Explaining the Nature, Sources, Books, and ...

Joel Prentiss Bishop - Law - 1868 - 466 pages
...the modern Jobs. 8 This is one of the books of the ante-Coke period. Fulbeck says: "In Mr. Parkin's book be many commendable things, delivered by a ready...so he had discoursed with more depth of judgment. For he breaketh the force of weighty points with the shivers of nice diversities. Yet many things are...
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Direction, Or Preparative to the Study of the Law

William Fulbeck - History - 1829 - 252 pages
...commendable things, delivered by a ready conceit, and pleasant method : many excellent cases which savour of great reading, and good experience : his treatise...delightful, but it might be wished, that he had written with lesa sharpness of wit, so he had discoursed with more depth of judgment. For he breaketh the force...
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A Discourse on the Study of the Laws: Now First Printed from the Original Ms ...

Roger North - History - 1824 - 105 pages
...commendable thinges delivered by a readie conceit and pleasant methods, and many excellent cases which savour of great reading and good experience. His Treatise is to young students acceptable and preeiouse, to whom his very faults and errours bee delightful ; but it might bee wished that he had...
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