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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 22 Gresham-College.

    present Time, had professedly treated of them; all which Authorities they cited, and produced the Books themselves, to justify the Fairness of their Citations: Whereas on the contrary, the Petitioners could give no one Instance, where the Professors ever read

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 June 1820, 20 June 1820

    would be a " direct Encouragement to the Debtor to satisfy his Cre- " ditors and the Court, by the Fairness of his Transac- " tions and the Largeness of his Dividend ; and if honest, " he would be Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1823, 16 May 1823

    narrow-mouthed Measures should be permitted; " the Quantity of Water a Measure may contain being no " Test of its Fairness for measuring solid Commodities : " They would therefore humbly suggest, that all Measures " should be of a Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    of the latter Description. Of late " some have appeared in which the Subject has been " discussed with more Fairness; but still generally, with " some partial Impressions operating on the Mind of " the Writer. The Committee have Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1825, 24 March 1825

    turned round upon the Parties, and " (notwithstanding his Popery Bill of I769, in which " he had admitted the Fairness of the Purchase of the " Mortgaged Estates,)now set up a different Claim to them, *.< and that at Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    under¬ stood that in other Counties the Forbearance has extended for Years." ** Are not the Juries generally struck with Fairness and Impartiality ?" " I conceive that the Record, and in fact I conceive all the Juries, both the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MES , POLITICAL EXAM I1NER. * iniht gice a shot hit to aa tnsr'iol rnter .i ivould be to tell him h-s fe.re. If he 'gsol ..1 ncc e uilpre ~on the doug rios reecipsic of tellig unblassed tltuh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    me to draw attention to some errors, which it seems to me strange that Mr Kaye should have fallen into. Fairness to personages whose cases are still sztb judice requires that these errors should be exposed, and my card will, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quivering fingers scratching the shoulders of Miss Isabel Bateman in the anguish of his last farewell," are really vigorous caricatures. Fairness we do not look for in Mr. Buchanan's criticisms. His praise and his blame of actors, authors, and managers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    giving in of theii own accord a kind of census of the constituency is 2 matter for very serious consideration. Fairness is what is wanted at elections. If a general appeal to the country means anything, it is this: that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for sidi the loyal and enerous treatment he had received at the bei, hands of the British authorites and people. Fairness WA and justice are virtues so rare In the East that it is not at mil all surpriSi i Subscribers-only content

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