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" In my mind, he was guilty of no error, he was chargeable with no exaggeration, he was betrayed by his fancy into no metaphor, who once said, that all we see about us, Kings, Lords, and Commons, the whole machinery of the state, all the apparatus of the... "
The New Jersey Magazine - Page 419
1867
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Familiar Quotations: A Collection of Passages, Phrases, and Proverbs Traced ...

John Bartlett - Quotations - 1914 - 1454 pages
...full military array. Speech, Jan. 29, 182. \ "fl 1 028 BROUGHAM. — JAMES. — MINER. In my mimi, he was guilty of no error, he was chargeable with...fancy into no metaphor, who once said that all we see aboi us, kings, lords, and Commons, the whole machinery the State, all the apparatus of the system,...
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FAMILIAR QUOTATIONS

JOHN BARTLETT - 1919
...against the soldier in full military array. In my inind, he was guilty of no error, he was chargtjable with no exaggeration, he was betrayed by his fancy...system, and its varied workings, end in simply bringing twelve good men into a bX. Present State of the Law, Feb. 7, 182*. Pursuit of knowledge under difficulties.1...
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Legal Philology: Epigrams and Excerpts from the Legal Opinions of Hon. Henry ...

Henry Lamm - Epigrams, American - 1923 - 344 pages
...out the true from the false, to believe or disbelieve. 6. He was guilty of no error, he was charged with no exaggeration, he was betrayed by his fancy...the state, all the apparatus of the system, and its whole workings, simply aid in bringing twelve good men into the jury box. 7. May not one with propriety...
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Modern Conception of Law

Frank Johnston - Electronic books - 1925 - 352 pages
...was said by Lord Brougham that "all we see about us, Kings, Lords, Commons, the whole machinery of state, all the apparatus of the system, and its varied workings, end in simply bringing twelve good men into a box." Burke expressed the same idea in similar language, saying that perhaps...
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Report of Proceedings, Volume 6

Washington State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1894
...tried by a jury." Later in the same speech he says : "In my mind, he is guilty of no error, — he is chargeable with no exaggeration, — he was betrayed...system and its varied workings, end in simply bringing twelve good men into a jury-box. "Such— the administration of justice — is the cause of the establishment...
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Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society, Volume 3

New Jersey Historical Society - New Jersey - 1849
...restraints which society imposes. "He," says Lord Brougham in his celebrated speech on law reform,1 " He was guilty of no error — he was chargeable with...metaphor, who once said, that all we see about us, King, Lords, and Commons, the whole machinery of the State, all the apparatus of the system, and its...
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Annual Proceedings

Iowa State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1916
...astonishing tribute Lord Brougham paid to it : He was guilty of no error; he was chargeable with no mischief; he was betrayed by his fancy into no metaphor, who once said that all we see about us, Kings, Lords, Commons, the whole machinery of the state, all the apparatus of the system and its varied workings...
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Columbia Law Times, Volume 3

Law reviews - 1890
...this foundation is raised all that renders social life desirable. "In my mind," says Lord Brougham, "he was guilty of no error, he was chargeable with...system and its varied workings, end in simply bringing twelve good men into a box. " The world has seen empires and dynasties without number based upon arbitrary...
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The New York Supplement

Law reports, digests, etc - 1908
...Jr. (Rutherford B. Meyer, on the brief), for respondent. JENKS, J. Lord Brougham said: "In my mind he was guilty of no error. He was chargeable with...betrayed by his fancy into no metaphor who once said, 'All we see about us, kings, lords, and commons, the whole machinery of the state, all the apparatus...
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Columbia Jurist, Volume 3

Law - 1887
...fact, wheresoever disputed, tried by a jury. In my mind he was guilty of no error — he was chargeably with no exaggeration — he was betrayed by his fancy...metaphor, who once said that all we see about us, king, lords and commons, the whole machinery of the state, all the apparatus of the system and its...
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