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" Those rights then which God and nature have established, and are therefore called natural rights, such as are life and liberty, need not the aid of human laws to be more effectually invested in every man than they are ; neither do they receive any additional... "
Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books - Page 54
by Sir William Blackstone - 1791
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The Unconstitutionality of Slavery, Part 2

Lysander Spooner - Slavery - 1845 - 156 pages
...Those rights then which God and nature have established, and are therefore called natural rights, such as are life and liberty, need not the aid of human laws tobe more effectually invested in every man than they are; neither do they receive any additional strength...
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Debow's Review: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress and ..., Volume 4

Industries - 1847
...the common law, " which God and nature have established, and therefore called natural rights, such as life and' liberty, need not the aid of human laws to be more effectually invested in every ntan than1 they are. On the contrary, no human legislation has power to abridge or...
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Debow's Review: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress and ..., Volume 4

Industries - 1847
...the common law, " which God and nature have established, and therefore called natural rights, such as life and liberty, need not the aid of human laws to be more effectually invested in every man than they are. On the contrary, no human legislation has power to abridge or...
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Essays on Human Rights, and Their Political Guaranties

Elisha P. Hurlbut - Human rights - 1848 - 249 pages
...rights, such as are life and liberty, need not the aid of human laws to be more effectually investcd in every man than they are ; neither do they receive...declared by the municipal laws to be' inviolable. - On thq contrary, no human legislature has power to abridge or destroy them, unless the owner shall commit...
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SINFULNESS OF AMERICAN SLAVERY

REV. B. F. TEFFT - 1850
...rights, then, which God and nature have established, and are therefore called natural rights — such as life and liberty — nee.d not the aid of human laws to be more effectually invested in every man than they are ; neither do they receive any additional strength when declared...
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The Harbinger, Or, New Magazine of the Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion

Theology - 1852
...established in the economy of human existence, and which, being justly called NATURAL rights — such as are life and liberty— need not the aid of human laws to become more effectually invested in every man than they are ; neither do they receive additional strength...
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The Higher Law, in Its Relations to Civil Government: With Particular ...

William Hosmer - Fugitive slave law of 1850 - 1852 - 204 pages
...rights, such as are life and liberty, need not the aid of human laws to be more effectually invested in every man than they are; neither do they receive any additional strength, when declared by the municipial laws to be inviolable. On the contrary, no human legislature has power to abridge or destroy...
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THE HIGHER LAW, IN ITS RELATIONS TO CIVIL GOVERNMENT: WITH PARTICULAR ...

WILLIAM HOSMER - 1852
..." Those rights which God and nature have established, and are therefore called natural rights, such as are life and liberty, need not the aid of human laws to be more effectually invested in every man than they are; neither do they receive any additional strength, when declared...
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The American Slave Code in Theory and Practice: Its Distinctive Features ...

William Goodell - Antislavery movements - 1853 - 431 pages
...natural rights, such as life and liberty, need not the aid of human laws to be more effectually vested in every man than they are, neither do they receive...additional strength when declared by the municipal law to be inviolable. On the contrary, no human legislation has power to abridge or destroy them, unless...
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The American Slave Code in Theory and Practice: Its Distinctive Features ...

William Goodell - Antislavery movements - 1853 - 431 pages
...rights which God and nature have established, and which are therefore called natural rights, such as life and liberty, need not the aid of human laws to be more effectually vested in every man than they are, neither do they receive any addition.nl strength when declared by...
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