The Frederician code: or, A body of law for the dominions of the King of Prussia. Founded on reason, and the constitutions of the country

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Printed by A. Donaldson and J. Reid for J. Richardson, London, and A. Donaldson, Edinburgh, 1761 - Civil law
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Page 17 - ... institutions. By the 12th section it is declared,—" As our subjects of the C'atholic religion are, by virtue of the treaty of Westphalia, to be judged according to their principles in matters of faith, we preserve the canon law in its full force, as far as it is necessary for that purpose ; but we abrogate it, in all civil affairs, excepting only what concerns the offices and dignities of chapters, with the rights belonging to them, and whatever regards tytnes, which we order to be decided...
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Page 21 - Code (part 1, bk. 1, tit. 2, 27), justice consists simply in letting every one enjoy the rights which * he has acquired in virtue of the laws. And, as this definition includes all the other rules of right, there is properly but one single general rule of right, namely, give every one his own.
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