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corruption and deficiency of the lawes of England soberly discovered

John Warr

corruption and deficiency of the lawes of England soberly discovered

or, Liberty working up to its just height. Wherein is set down, I. The standart, or measure of all just lawes, which is three-fold ... II. The laws of England weighed in this threefold balance, & found too light ... III. The necessity of the reformation of the lawes of England ... IV. The corrupt interest of lawyers in this commonwealth.

by John Warr

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Published by G. Calvert in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law reform -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Microfilm (negative) Cambridge, Mass., Harvard College Library, 1927. 1 reel.

    Other titlesLiberty working up to its just height
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19663370M

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    Part 3: Classical and Hellenistic Civilization To the mean in some cases the deficiency, in some the excess is more opposed; e. g. it is not rashness, which is an excess, but cowardice, which is a deficiency, that is more opposed to courage, and not insensibility, which is a deficiency, but self-indulgence, which is an excess, that is more. And out of England a kmght wIth slow-hftmg eyelIds Let fassa lurar a del, put gl1mour upon her And left her an eIght months gone.. Came lust of woman upon hIm," POlcebot, now on North road from Spam (Sea-change, a grey m the water) And 10 small house by town's edge Found a woman, changed and famihar face, Hard nIght, and pattmg at mormng.


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