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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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American Law School Review, Volume 2

Law - 1906
...application of such principle by well-established precedents having a bearing upon the question involved. "The law does not consist of particular cases, but...principles which are illustrated and explained by those cases." Lord Mansfield in Rex v. Bembridge, 3 Doug. (Eng.) 327, 332. Though we search for precedents...
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The New York Supplement

Law reports, digests, etc - 1902
...negligence complained of constituted at most a civil wrong. Lord Mansfield, in his opinion, says : "The law does not consist of particular cases, but...principles, •which are Illustrated and explained by these cases. Here there are two principles applicable — First, that a man accepting an office of...
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New York Criminal Reports: Reports of Cases Decided in All the ..., Volume 16

Theodore Connoly, Henry L. Vilas, William Henry Silvernail, Charles Hood Mills - Law reports, digests, etc - 1903
...the negligence complained of constituted at most a civil wrong. Lord MANSFIELD, in his opinion, says: "The law does not consist of particular cases, but...principles which are illustrated and explained by these cases. Here there are two principles applicable, first, that a man accepting an office of trust...
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Proceedings of the State Bar Association of North Dakota

State Bar Association of North Dakota - Bar associations - 1909
...not be a "mere directory of cases. 9 Lord Mansfield long ago said that "The law does not consist in particular cases but of general principles which are illustrated and explained by those cases." Rules of pleading should facilitate getting at the real facts in a legal and orderly...
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Contracts in Engineering, the Interpretation and Writing of Engineering ...

James Irwin Tucker - Engineering - 1910 - 307 pages
...ASSISTANT PROFESSOR >N SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, AND ASSIST IN CIVIL ENGINEERING AT TUFTS COLLEGE " The law does not consist of particular cases, but...principles which are illustrated and explained by these cases." — LORD MANSFIELD. FIRST EDITION FIRST THOUSAND McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY 239 WEST 39TH...
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Proceedings of the Iowa State Bar Association: Held at Des Moines, Iowa ...

Iowa State Bar Association, A. J. Small - Bar associations - 1912 - 262 pages
...is, in my judgment, the true solution of the difficulty; for, as Lord Mansfield has well pointed out, "the law does not consist of particular cases, but...principles, which are illustrated and explained by those cases."30 The present Chief Justice of England, Lord Cockburn, whose views, on any subject connected...
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Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Volume 40

American Bar Association - Bar associations - 1915
...Orations and Essays, p. 96.) Lord Mansfield said (Rex vs. Bembridge, 3 Douglas Reps. 327, 332. ) " The law does not consist of particular cases but of...principles which are illustrated and explained by these cases." These fundamental principles of justice and right have always existed, but their application...
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A Digest of the Law of Evidence: With Additional Text, Notes and ...

Sir James Fitzjames Stephen - Evidence (Law) - 1918 - 989 pages
...the statement is both full and correct. As to brevity, 1 may say, in the words of Lord Mansfield: — "The law does not consist of particular cases, but...principles which are illustrated and explained by those cases."* Every one will express somewhat differently the principles which he draws from a number...
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The Central Law Journal, Volume 34

Law - 1892
...reading of cases for tbe purpose of illustration. We agree with Lord Mansfield, however, that "tbe law does not consist of particular cases, but of general...principles which are illustrated and explained by those cases." 4. You stated In the article referred to that our students are "distinctively encouraged"...
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Current Comment and Legal Miscellany: 1889, Volume 1

Law - 1889
...bis text is to be commended. Lord MA.VSFIKMI, in The King r. Bembridge, 3 Dong. 332 (1783), said : " The law does not consist of particular cases, but...principles, which are illustrated and explained by thoee oases." And even the admitted classics among our standard text-books are beiug too generally...
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