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Page 211 - Hermippus Redivivus ; or, the sage's triumph over old age and the grave. Wherein a method is laid down for prolonging the life and vigour of man. Including a commentary upon an ancient inscription, in which this great secret is revealed ; supported by numerous authorities.
Page 100 - Brief Account of some of the most important Proceedings in Parliament, relative to the Defects in the Administration of Justice...
Page 69 - Historical and Political Discourse of the Laws and Government of England, from the first times to the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth.
Page 115 - REEVES ( John). History of the English Law, from the time of the Saxons, to the end of the Reign of Philip and Mary. 2d edition, in 4 volumes, London, 1787 ; and a 5th volume, continuing the History to the end of the Reign of Elizabeth.
Page 53 - Hindu Law. Principally with reference to such portions of it as concern the Administration of Justice in the Courts in India. By SIB THOMAS STRANGE, late Chief Justice of Madras. 2 vols.
Page 119 - OF THE REALME OF SCOTLAND maid in Parliamentis haldin be the rycht excellent, hie and mychtie Princeis Kingis James the first, secund, thrid, feird, fyft, and in tyme of Marie now quene of Scottis , viseit , correctit, and extractit furth of the Registers be the Lordis depute be hir Maiesteis speciall commissioun thairto. Anno Do. 1566.
Page 64 - The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce ; restored to the Good of both Sexes, from the Bondage of Canon Law, and other Mistakes, to the true meaning of Scripture in the Law and Gospel compared.
Page 77 - The Judgment of Whole Kingdoms and Nations, Concerning the Rights, Power, and Prerogative of Kings, and the Rights, Privileges, and Properties of the People: Shewing, The Nature of Government in general, both from God and Man.
Page 19 - Remarks on the Influence of Climate, Situation, Nature of Country, Population, Nature of Food, and Way of Life on the Disposition and Temper, Manners and Behaviour, Intellects, Laws and Customs, Form of Government, and Religion, of Mankind (London, 1781), pp. 356 ff. For the rural sentiment of the classical tradition, see Paul H. Johnstone, "In Praise of Husbandry," Agricultural History, xi (1937), 80-95.
Page 65 - A defence of the judgment of the reformed churches, that a man may lawfullie not onelie put awaie his wife for her adulterie, but also marrie another ; wherein both Bellarmin and an English pamphlet of a namelesse author are confuted.

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