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" ... differ in opinion, the clearest thing in the world is made by that means disputable, and truth being once brought in question, the king may then take advantage to expound the law for his own profit; while the judges that stand out will be brought... "
Sir Thomas More; a selection from his works, as well in prose as in verse ... - Страница 49
по Saint THOMAS More (Lord High Chancellor of England) - 1841 - 364 страници
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The English Reformation: How it Came About, and why We Should Uphold it

Cunningham Geikie - 1879 - 512 страници
...indisputable authority of Sir Thomas More respecting the judges of his day making it certain that " fair pretences will never be wanting when sentence is to be given in the prince's favour."1 In spite of previous pardon, all who had taken a prominent part in the rising were arrested...

Ideal Commonwealths: Plutarch's Lycurgus, More's Utopia, Bacon's New ...

Henry Morley - 1886 - 284 страници
...profit; while the iudges that stand out will be brought over, either out of fear-t>r modesty; 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...

Life and Writings of Sir Thomas More: Lord Chancellor of England and Martyr ...

Thomas Edward Bridgett - 1891 - 458 страници
...profit ; while the judges that stand out will be brought over, either through fear or modesty ; 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...

Life and Writings of Sir Thomas More: Lord Chancellor of England and Martyr ...

Thomas Edward Bridgett - 1891 - 458 страници
...profit ; while the judges that stand out will be brought over, either through fear or modesty ; and they being thus gained, all of them may be sent to the...never be wanting when sentence is to be given in the ; rinc</s favour. It will cither be said that equity lies of his side, or some words in the law will...

Ideal Commonwealths: Plutarch's Lycurgus; More's Utopia; Bacon's New ...

Henry Morley - 1896 - 284 страници
...profit ; while the iudges 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 bench to give sentence boldly, as the king would liave it: for fair pretences will never be wanting when sentence is to be given in the prince's favour....

IDEAL EMPIRES AND REPUBLICS

CHARLES M. ANDREWS, PhD - 1901
...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...sentence boldly, as the king would have it; for fair pretenses will never be wanting when sentence is to be given in the prince's favor. It will either...

Famous Utopias: Being the Complete Text of Rousseau's Social Contract, More ...

1901 - 317 страници
...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...sentence boldly, as the king would have it; for fair pretenses will never be wanting when sentence is to be given in the prince's favor. It will either...

Life and Writings of Blessed Thomas More, Lord Chancellor of England and ...

Thomas Edward Bridgett - 1904 - 472 страници
...profit ; while the judges that stand out will be brought over, either through fear or modesty ; 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...

Utopía

Thomas More - 1909 - 192 страници
...profit ; while the judges that stand out will be brought over, either through fear or modesty ; and they being thus gained, all of them may be sent to the...given in 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...




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