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" I have not taken all this time to consider of it, but with very great willingness to change it, if it were possible. I have as fair and as justifiable an opportunity to follow my own inclinations (if it be lawful for a judge to say he has any) as I could... "
Cases Argued and Decreed in the High Court of Chancery [1660-1697]. - Page 571
by Great Britain. Court of Chancery - 1828
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The Science of Legal Judgment: A Treatise Designed to Show the Materials ...

James Ram - Judgments - 1835 - 146 pages
...mine, and the oath that decree is made upon is mine; their's is but learned advice and opinion." . . . It is my decree; I must be saved by my own faith,...must not decree against my own conscience and reason. "(A) (a) 1 Dow and Cl. 299, 300, 302. Ves. sen. 1 50 ; 1 West Cas. T. Hardw. 414; (6) 6 Barn. and Or....
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The Reporters: Arranged and Characterized with Incidental Remarks

John William Wallace - Law - 1882 - 654 pages
...much to give a scientific form to equity. " I must be saved," he said in the Duke of Norfolk's Case, " by my own faith, and must not decree against my own conscience and reason." l Indeed, the error seems to have been a vulgar one in the profession so late as 1765, when Blackstone,...
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The Reporters: Arranged and Characterized with Incidental Remarks

John William Wallace - Law - 1882 - 654 pages
...much to give a scientific form to equity. " I must be saved," he said in the Duke of Norfolk's Case, " by my own faith, and must not decree against my own conscience and reason."1 Indeed, the error seems to have been a vulgar one in the profession so late as 1765, when...
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Select cases and other authorities on the law of property, Volume 5

John Chipman Gray - Law - 1891
...justifiable an opportunity to follow my own inclinations (if it be lawful for a judge to say he has an}-) as I could desire ; for I cannot concur with the three...differ, and upon what grounds they differ*, and whether anything that liath been said be a ground for the changing this opinion. The court agreed thus far...
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Select cases and other authorities on the law of property, Volume 5

John Chipman Gray - Property - 1908
...judges, and make a decree that would be unexceptionable : but it is my decree, I must be saved 1>з- my own faith, and must not decree against my own conscience...how far the court is agreed in this case, and then sec where they differ, and upon what grounds they differ ; and whether anything that hath been said...
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Cases on Future Interests and Illegal Conditions and Restraints: Selected ...

Albert Martin Kales - Executory interests - 1917 - 1456 pages
...NOTTINGHAM, Ch. I am not sorry for the liberty that was taken at the bar to argue this over again, because I desired it should be so ; for in truth I...differ, and upon what grounds they differ; and whether anything that hath been said be a ground for the changing this opinion. The court agreed thus far That...
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The Theory and Practice of Conveyancing, Volume 2

Solomon Atkinson - Conveyancing - 1841
...chief judges, and make a decree that would be unexceptionable. But it is my decree, I must be sared by my own faith, and must not decree against my own conscience and reason." (Ib. 47.) And finally, after having by the most conclusire series of arguments, delivered with the...
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Some Makers of English Law

William Searle Holdsworth (Sir) - Law - 1983 - 308 pages
...Nottingham, differing in the Duke of Norfolk's Case from the opinions of some of the judges, could say, " I must be saved by my own faith, and must not decree against my own conscience and reason ' ' ;2 and that case showed that the elasticity still retained by equity, in consequence of the survival...
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