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" Upon these accounts, the trial by jury ever has been, and I trust ever will be, looked upon as the glory of the English law. And if it has so great an advantage over others in regulating civil property, how much must that advantage be heightened when... "
Report of the Trial and Acquittal of Edward Shippen, Esquire, Chief Justice ... - Página 407
por Edward Shippen, William Hamilton - 1805 - 582 páginas
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A Report of the Whole Trial of Gen. Michael Bright, and Others, Before ...

Michael Bright (Gen.), Thomas Lloyd - 1809 - 222 páginas
...the facts, without re-examination or appeal." " The trial by jury," says judge Blackstone, " ever haa been, and I trust ever will be looked upon as the glory of the English Law." — And the attachment and veneration manifested for this mode of investigating facts, by that great luminary...
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Proceedings in an Action for Debt Between the Right Honourable Charles James ...

Charles James Fox - 1819 - 80 páginas
...in this land. It is in the third book' and the twenty-third chapter of Blackstone's Commentaries. " The trial by Jury ever has been, and I " trust ever...be, looked upon as the glory " of the English law. It is the most trans" cendant privilege which any subject can en" joy or wish for, that he cannot be...
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Commentaries on the laws of England. [Another], Volumen3

sir William Blackstone - 1825
...no, not till the depositions are published, and read at the hearing of the cause in court. [ 3Y9 ] UPON these accounts the trial by jury ever has been,...that advantage be heightened, when it is applied to criminul cases ! But this we must refer to the ensuing book of these commentaries : only observing...
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The Pamphleteer, Volumen29

1828
...348. " Trial by jury ever has been, and I trust ever will be, looked on as the glory of the JKnglish law ; and if it has so great an advantage over others...property, how much must that advantage be heightened, wheu it is applied to criminal case*'. II is the most transcendent privilege which any subject can...
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Pamphleteer: Dedicated to Both Houses of Parliament, to be ..., Volumen29

Abraham John Valpy - 1828
...spread, to the utter disuse of juries in questions of the most momentous concern." — 4 Bla. Com. 348. " Trial by jury ever has been, and I trust ever will be, looked on as the glory of the English law; and if it has so great an advantage over others in regulating civil...
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Select Extracts from Blackstone's Commentaries ... With a glossary ...

Sir William BLACKSTONE - 1837 - 428 páginas
...among the Romans ? Does the Civil Law now admit of the open examination of witnesses ? TRIAL BY JURY. THE trial by jury ever has been, and I trust ever...will be, looked upon as the glory of the English law. It is the most transcendent privilege which any subject can enjoy or wish for, that he cannot be affected...
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Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity Argued and Determined in ..., Volumen26

Arkansas. Supreme Court - 1872
...than once insisted on as the principal bulwark of our liberties." Vol. 2, 350. Further on he says : "Upon these accounts the trial by jury ever has been, and I trust ever wiH be, looked upon as the glory of the English law, and it has so great an advantage over others in...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the ..., Volumen13

United States. Supreme Court - 1852
...read thus : Justice Blackstone, speaking of this institution, says : " The trial by joiry has ever been, and, I trust, ever will be, looked upon as the...property, how much must that advantage be heightened when Mitchell v. Harmony. it is applied to criminal cases ! It is the most transcendent privilege which...
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An Essay on the Trial by Jury

Lysander Spooner - 1852
...be so hardy as to make, but also from all secret machinations which may sap and undermine it." * " The trial by jury ever has been, and I trust ever...will be, looked upon as the glory of the English law. . . It is the most transcendent privilege which any subject can enjoy or wish for, that he cannot be...
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An Abridgment of Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England: Intended ...

Sir William Blackstone, Sir John Eardley Eardley-Wilmot - 1853 - 338 páginas
...this is recorded as the decision of the cause in dispute. The trial by Jury ever has been, and I hope ever will be looked upon, as the glory of the English law. It is the most transcendent privilege which any subject can enjoy or wish for, that he cannot be affected...
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