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" Nobody answers this remarkable Lord Chief Justice, "Lordship, if you were to speak for six hundred years, instead of six hours, you would only prove the more to us that, unwritten if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written laws and... "
Blackwood's Magazine - Page 95
1920
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Shooting Niagra: And After?

Thomas Carlyle - Democracy - 1867 - 55 pages
...any governor, commanded soldier, or official person, putting down the frightfullest Mob-insurrection, Black or White, shall do it with the rope round his...would only prove the more to us that, unwritten if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written laws and first making written laws possible,...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 16

1867
...any governor, commanded soldier, or official person, putting down the frightfullest Mob-insurrection, Black or White, shall do it with the rope round his...would only prove the more to us that, unwritten if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written laws, and first making written laws possible,...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 16

1867
...any governor, commanded soldier, or official person, putting down the frightfullest Mob-insurrection, Black or White, shall do it with the rope round his...six hours, you would only prove the more to us that, unwritton if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written laws, and first making written...
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Collected Works, Volume 11

Thomas Carlyle - 1869
...any governor, commanded soldier, or official person, putting down the frightfulest Mobinsurrection, Black or White, shall do it with the rope round his...would only prove the more to us that, unwritten if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written laws and first making written laws possible,...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 6

Thomas Carlyle - 1869
...any governor, commanded soldier, or official person, putting down the frightfulest Mobinsurrection, Black or White, shall do it with the rope round his...would only prove the more to us that, unwritten if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written laws and first making written laws possible,...
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A History of Our Own Times from the Accession of Queen Victoria to ..., Volume 4

Justin McCarthy - Great Britain - 1880
...fault with the Chief Justice for having merely laid down the law of England. ' Lordship,' he wrote, ' if you were to speak for six hundred years, instead...would only prove the more to us that, unwritten if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written laws and first making written laws possible,...
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A History of Our Own Times: From the Accession of Queen Victoria ..., Volume 4

Justin McCarthy - Great Britain - 1880
...fault with the Chief Justice for having merely laid down the law of England. "Lordship," he wrote, "if you were to speak for six hundred years, instead...would only prove the more to us that, unwritten if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written, laws and first making written laws possible,...
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A History of Our Own Times: From the Accession of Queen Victoria ..., Volume 2

Justin McCarthy - Great Britain - 1881
...fault with the Chief-justice for having merely laid down the law of England. " Lordship," he wrote, "if you were to speak for six hundred years, instead...would only prove the more to us that, unwritten if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written laws and first making written laws possible,...
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Carlyles' Works: Critical and miscellaneous essays

Thomas Carlyle - English literature - 1884
...any governor, commanded soldier, or official person, putting down the frightfulest Mob-insurrection, Black or White, shall do it with the rope round his...would only prove the more to us that, unwritten if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written laws and first making written laws possible,...
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A History of Our Own Times, Volume 2

Justin McCarthy - Great Britain - 1884
...fault with the Chief-Justice for having merely laid down the law of England. " Lordship," he wrote, " if you were to speak for six hundred years, instead...would only prove the more to us that, unwritten if you will, but real and fundamental, anterior to all written laws, and first making written laws possible,...
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