The Continental Legal History Series, 6. cilt

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Little, Brown, & Company, 1916
 

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Sayfa 524 - Le propriétaire d'un animal, ou celui qui s'en sert, pendant qu'il est à son usage, est responsable du dommage que l'animal a causé soit que l'animal fût sous sa garde, soit qu'il fût égaré ou échappé.
Sayfa vii - A lawyer without history or literature is a mechanic, a mere working mason ; if he possesses some knowledge of these, he may venture to call himself an architect.
Sayfa 386 - Then said Jesus unto him, Put up again thy sword into his place : for all they that take the sword, shall perish with the sword.
Sayfa v - WM. E. MIKELL, Professor of Law in the University of Pennsylvania. JOHN H. WIGMORE, Chairman, Professor of Law in Northwestern University. LIST OF TRANSLATORS THOMAS S. BELL, of the Los Angeles Bar.
Sayfa 379 - But if the legislator sees any one who is incurable, for him he will appoint a law and a penalty. He knows quite well that to such men themselves there is no profit in the continuance of their lives, and that they would do a double good to the rest of mankind if they would take their departure, inasmuch as they would be an example to other men not to offend, and they would relieve the city of bad citizens.
Sayfa vii - Law, — in its nature the noblest and most beneficial to mankind, in its abuse and debasement the most sordid and the most pernicious.
Sayfa 92 - Ac primum quidem volumus esse publicum crimen quia quod in religionem divinam committitur, in omnium fertur injuriam." The confiscation of property ordered by the last mentioned "constitutio" made the punishment of this offense by the secular authorities one to be feared.
Sayfa 378 - Whether the end is to be attained by word or action, with pleasure or pain, by giving or taking away privileges, by means of penalties or gifts, or in whatsoever way the law shall proceed to make a man hate injustice, and love or not hate the nature of the just, — this is quite the noblest work of law.
Sayfa 27 - exire de provincia, educere exercitum, bellum sua sponte gerere, in regnum iniussu populi Romani aut senatus accedere, quae cum plurimae leges veteres turn lex Cornelia maiestatis, lulia de pecuniis repetundis planissime vetat'. In the Digest (48. 4. 4) a man is guilty of maiestas 'cuius dolo malo exercitus populi Romani in insidias deductus hostibusve proditus erit'.
Sayfa vii - There will be none such any more, till in some better age, true ambition or the love of fame prevails over avarice ; and till men find leisure and encouragement to prepare themselves for the exercise of this profession, by climbing up to the vantage ground...

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