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" ... total abstainers and the like say of themselves and those who do not agree with them. I am one who do not, and I am going to say why ; and as I think my opinion as good and virtuous as theirs, with the additional merit of being right, I am going to... "
History of the Welsh Sunday Closing Act - Page 93
by Ebenezer Beavan - 1885 - 130 pages
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 17

Nineteenth century - 1885
...the additional merit of being right, I am going to state it without asking pardon for it or myself. Drink — yes, drink ! I mean by that, drink which...cheers and, if you take too much, inebriates. Drink as Mr. Justice Maule understood it, when he was asked by the bailiff, who had sworn to give the jurymen...
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Builders of Our Law During the Reign of Queen Victoria

Edward Manson - Great Britain - 1904 - 464 pages
...words: " There, gentlemen, is the prisoner, and there, gentlemen, is the ham. Consider your verdict." " Drink, yes, drink. I mean by that, drink which cheers and, if you take too much, inebriates—drink, as Mr. Justice Maule understood it when he was asked by the bailiff who had sworn...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 17

Nineteenth century - 1885
...the additional merit of being right, I am going to state it without asking pardon for it or myself. Drink — yes, drink ! I mean by that, drink which...cheers and, if you take too much, inebriates. Drink as Mr. Justice Maule understood it, when he was asked by the bailiff, who had sworn to give the jurymen...
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