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" This was in part inevitable, since no society which preserves any tincture of Christian institution is likely to restore to married women the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Roman law... "
Who is the Enemy: Anthony Comstock Or You? - Page 45
by Edwin C. Walker - 1903 - 63 pages
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Ancient law: its connection with the early history of society, and its ...

Sir Henry Sumner Maine - Law - 1861 - 415 pages
...This was in part inevitable, since no society which preserves any tincture of Christian institution is likely to restore to married women the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Roman law, but the proprietary disabilities of married females stand on quite a different basis from their personal...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Sir Henry Sumner Maine - Law - 1861 - 415 pages
...This was in part inevitable, since no society which preserves any tincture of Christian institution is likely to restore to married women the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Roman law, but the proprietary disabilities of married females stand on quite a different basis from their personal...
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The English Woman's Journal, Volume 7

Women
...to find that he thinks that " 5f o society which preserves any tincture of Christian institution is likely to restore to married women the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Roman law, but the proprietary disabilities of married females stand on quite a different basis from their personal...
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History of European Morals from Augustus to Charlemagne, Volume 2

Ethics - 1869
...Ancient Law, pp. 1 •'54-159. 3 ' No society which preserves any tincture of Christian institutions is likely to restore to married women the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Roman law : but the proprietary disabilities of married females stand on quite a different basis from their personal...
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History of European Morals from Augustus to Charlemagne, Volume 2

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - Ethics - 1869
...Ancient Law, pp. 154-159. 3 ' No society which preserves any tincture of Christian institutions is likely to restore to married women the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Roman law : but the proprietary disabilities of married females stand on quite a different basis from their personal...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - Comparative law - 1870 - 415 pages
...This was in part inevitable, since no society which preserves any tincture of Christian institution is likely to restore to married women the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Roman law, but the proprietary disabilities of married females stand on quite a different basis from their personal...
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Pilgrim-memories: Or, Travel and Discussion in the Birth-countries of ...

John Stuart Stuart Glennie - Christianity - 1875 - 514 pages
...was in part inevitable, since no society which preserves m1ll tincture of Christian institution is likely to restore to married women the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Roman Law . . . and it is by the tendency to keep alive and consolidate the personal incapacity of married females...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 46

Literature - 1884
...remarkable observation, that '•' no society which preserves any tincture of Christian institutions is likely to restore to married women the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Roman law" ("Ancient Law," p. 158). But the New Testament Christianity had its beginnings in Asia and in Greece,...
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Men, Women and Gods, and Other Lectures

Helen Hamilton Gardener - Free thought - 1885 - 174 pages
...generations in retarding the progress and shutting out the light that slowly came in despite of her. " No society which preserves any tincture of Christian...the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Eoman law ; but the proprietary disabilities of married females stand on quite a different basis from...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine, Theodore William Dwight - Comparative law - 1864 - 400 pages
...This was in part inevitable, since no society which preserves any tincture of Christian institution is likely to restore to married women the personal liberty conferred on them by the middle Koman law, but the proprietary disabilities of married females stand on quite a lifferent basis from...
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