A letter (A second letter) to ... viscount Melbourne ... on the liberty of the subject as affected by the atrocious system of imprisonment for debt, Volumen1

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1836
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Página 34 - or queen, laying his or her hand upon the holy gospels, " shall say, The things which I have here before promised " I will perform and keep : so help me God : and then shall
Página 33 - A freeman shall not be amerced for a small fault, but after the manner of the fault; and for a great crime according to the heinousness of it, saving to him his contenement; and after the same manner a merchant, saving to him his merchandise.
Página 34 - Archbishop or bishop : Will you to your power cause law and justice, in mercy, to be executed in all your judgments ? King or queen : I will.
Página 35 - Another capacity, in which the king is considered in domestic affairs, is as the fountain of justice and general conservator of the peace of the kingdom. By the fountain of justice, the law does not mean the author or original, but only the distributor. Justice is not derived from the king, as from his free gift ; but...
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Página 22 - We ourselves will hear his accusations with condescension and patience : and if he make good his allegations, we shall be happy and eager to do ourselves and our people justice on the man who shall be found to have thus imposed on ua by specious but deceitful counsels.

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