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Sir Thomas More; a selection from his works, as well in prose as in verse ... - Страница 49
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Utopia: or, The happy republic, tr. by G. Burnet

Thomas More (st.) - 1743
...be brought over, either out of Fear or Modefty ; and they being thus gained, all of them may be fent to the Bench to give Sentence boldly, as the King...Pretences will never be wanting when Sentence is to ' be be given in the Prince's Favour: It will either be laid, that Equity lies of his Side, or fome Words...

Utopia, tr. by G. Burnet. To this ed. is added, A short account of sir ...

Thomas More (st.) - 1753
...thus gained, all of them may be fent to the Bench tq give Sentence 'boldly, as the King would have if: For fair Pretences will never be wanting when Sentence is to be given in the Prince's Favqur ; It will either be faid, that Equity lies of his Side, or fome Words in the Law will be found...

Memoirs of the Life of Sir Thomas More: Lord High Chancellor of England, in ...

Ferdinando Warner - 1758 - 230 страници
...fear or modefty : and they being thus gained, all of them may be fent to the bench to give fentence boldly, as the king would have it; for fair pretences will never be wanting when fentence is to be given jn the prince's favour: it will either be faid, that equity lies of his fide,...

Memoirs of the Life of Sir Thomas More: Lord High Chancellor of England, in ...

Ferdinando Warner - 1758 - 230 страници
...fentence boldly, as the king would have it; for fair pretences will never be wanting when fentence is to be given in the prince's favour: it will either be faid, that equity lies of his fide, or fome words in die law will be found founding that way, or fome...

Memoirs of sir Thomas More, with a new translation of his Utopia, his ...

Thomas More (st.) - 1808
...purpose, and the judges who stand out will be brought over by fear or modesty. Thus gained, they may all be sent to the bench to give sentence boldly, as the...prince's favour. It will either be said that equity lieth on his side, or some words in the law will be found bearing that sound, or some forced sense...

The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...

1834
...profit, while the judges that stand out will be brought over, either out of fear or modesty ; and they being thus gained, all of them may be sent to the...wanting when sentence is to be given in the prince's favor. It will either be said, that equity lies of his side, or some words in the law will be found...

The Dublin Review, Томове 9–10

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1840
...would find out some pretence to give the king a fair colour to carry the point,'" Ac. &c. " And they being thus gained, all of them may be sent to the...prince's favour. It will either be said that equity lies of his side, or some words in the law will be found sounding that way, or some forced sense will be...

Utopia: or, The happy republic. To which is added, The new Atlantis, by lord ...

1845
...own profit. The judges that stand out will be brought over, either out of fear or modesty; and they being thus gained, all of them may be sent to the...king would have it: for fair pretences will never be 71 History bears out the author here. The judges under Charles the First, in the action against Hampden...

Utopia: Or the Happy Republic. A Philosophical Romance

Saint Thomas More - 1845 - 271 страници
...own profit. The judges that stand out will be brought over, either out of fear or modesty ; and they being thus gained, all of them may be sent to the...king would have it: for fair pretences will never be 71 History bears out the author here. The judges under Charles the First, in the action against Hampden...

Utopia: Or the Happy Republic, a Philosophical Romance. To which is Added ...

Sir Thomas More (Saint), James Augustus St. John - 1852 - 271 страници
...own profit. The judges that stand out will be brought over, either out of fear or modesty; and they being thus gained, all of them may be sent to the...king would have it: for fair pretences will never be 71 History bears out the author here. The judges under Charles the First, in the action against Hampden...




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