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    Juries Blackstone No: it is must be in consequence virtue not of its excellence merit but of its badness depravity demerit unfitness unaptitude in the way as a mode of judicature that this institution operates if at all as a


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    design neither required nor allow ' d me to answer the nakedness of our own Law. Cruelty disproved Dr W Blackstone has somewhere observed as a circumstance to the discredit of the English Law, that the number of penal Statutes


    that very disease which their labours are employd to entail upon mankind. ] It is trumpeted in this character by Blackstone : by whom all its virtues and all its excellencies are summed up [as if concentrated ] in this


    truth, and the surest guardians of public justice. " Here we have the old womanish begging of the question so characteristic of the reasoning, if such it is to be called of Blackstone - Jurymen are of service to be


    which will assimilate the purest diet that can be offer ' d them into the same mass of turbid fermentation. Blackstone . Colofons Several parts of this were lent to a friend, who thought whose misfortune or whose merit it


    himself a few pages afterwards has been him at an end; by its being the way practise for Juries in such cases to find a general verdict of acquittal. + +p. 188. HOMICIDE Casual. Blackstone . [BR I 6 ]


    Prefat. Blackstone . recognitio meritorum qualificatu of the Law militating against every the ends of [Justice ] Government: and yet still I saw him or thought I saw him wilfully blind against those defects, and straining every nerve to defend


    attributed to this favourite tribunal as grounds for such a preference? None: only that it is a favourite and that Blackstone says it is a fine thing and Excise a bad thing and so on. On this occasion as on


    is the great advantage attributed to it by Blackstone . His encomiums on the institution are unbounded: and when he comes to give the grou the sole ground he builds them on is this supposed imagitud imaginary tendency. It is


    Juries Blackstone In the excursion to Sweden and all over the continent I shall not attempt to follow him: it is not more wide than it is vague and inconclusive. It is therefore upon The conclusion is that i t


    single principle, and that so far from being new, that it may be fairly deemed as old as the creation. Blackstone . It is a task [to which I [feel myself ] am absolutely incompetent. ] I must leave it


    of Hen. 6 down to these of Geo: 3 d : from Lord Chancellor Fortescue , down to Mr Gusher Blackstone . First Macinates, non docrunt Flair Marman dulci adversarium Dimman . If correct, they will require an effort to

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