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" The law does not consist of particular cases, but of general principles which are illustrated and explained by these cases. "
A Standard History of Ross County, Ohio: An Authentic Narrative of the Past ... - Page 520
by Lyle S. Evans - 1917
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Albany Law Journal, Volume 30

Isaac Grant Thompson, Irving Browne - Law - 1885
...expediency. Its practicability proceeds iu part upon the truth so clearly expressed by Lord Mansfield that " the law does not consist of particular cases,...principles, which are illustrated and explained by those cases." Rex v. Bembrtdge, S Dougl. 332. The number of the cases is legion, but the principles...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Ohio, Volume 79

Ohio. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1909
...keen and discriminating judgment. He cared more for good reasons than for precedents; and indeed both as a lawyer and a judge he acted upon Lord Mansfield's...the community in which he spent his life was more hiehlv regarded, and he died crowned with the honor, respect and good will of every one who knew him....
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The Southern Law Review, Volume 3

Law - 1877
...principle found in either of them is clearly stated in this. The author clearly recognizes the fact that the law does not consist of particular cases,...principles, which are illustrated and explained by those cases. There may be hundreds of cases that have been decided upon a principle which every case...
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Southern Law Review and Chart of the Southern Law and Collection Union, Volume 3

Law - 1877
...principle found in either of them is clearly stated in this. The author clearly recognizes the fact that the law does not consist of particular cases,...principles, which are illustrated and explained by those cases. There may be hundreds of cases that have been decided upon a principle which every case...
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The Legal News, Volume 1

James Kirby - Law - 1878
...evidenced by the decisions, and not the decisions themselves. Lord Mansfield expressed the idea thus : ' The law does not consist of particular cases, but...principles, which are illustrated and explained by these cases."* And Tucker, P., in the Virginia Court : " Though we search for precedents, to discover...
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Report of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Bar ..., Volume 28, Part 1905

American Bar Association - Law - 1905
...lawyer deals greatly with that which is new or abnormal in business or conduct. Lord Mansfield tells us that " the law does not consist of particular cases,...principles which are illustrated and explained by those cases." But its practice does consist of particular cases. Special cases increase with the general...
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The Southern Law Review, Volume 4

Law - 1879
...cases. by the decisions, and not the decisions themselves. Lord Mansfield expressed the idea thus : " The law does not consist of particular cases, but...principles, which are illustrated and explained by these cases." 2 And Tucker, P., in the Virginia court: " Though we search for precedents, to discover...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the Association, Volume 35

Ohio State Bar Association. Mid-Winter Meeting, Ohio State Bar Association - Law - 1914
...like his case, forgetting the principle laid down in the Third Douglass Reports, in Rex vs. Bembridge, that "the law does not consist of particular cases, but of general principles which are illustrated by these cases." The hard-losing and complaining lawyer never gives the court credit for knowing as...
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Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Volume 5

American Bar Association - Bar associations - 1883
...expediency. Its prarticabilitij proceeds, in part, upon the truth so clearly expressed by Lord MANSFIELD that " the Law does not consist of particular cases, but of general principles, which areillnstrated and explained by those cases." * * Hex r*. Bembrulge, 3 Dougl. 332. The number of the...
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Albany Law Journal, Volume 30

Isaac Grant Thompson, Irving Browne - Law - 1885
...expediency. Its practicability proceeds in part upon the truth so clearly expressed by Lord Mansfield that " the law does not consist of particular cases,...principles, which are illustrated and explained by those cases." Rex v. Bembridge, 3 Dougl. 33--'. The number of the cases is legion, but the principles...
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