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" He makes not a Trojan siege of a suit, but seeks to bring it to a set battle in a speedy trial. Yet sometimes suits are continued by their difficulty, the potency and stomach of the parties, without any default in the lawyer. "
The Jurist: Or Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence and Legislation - Página 94
1832
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The Holy and Profane States: With Some Account of the Author and His Writings

Thomas Fuller - 1831 - 293 páginas
...them, as knowing that, if they fail, they lose nothing but what long since was lost, their credit. He makes not a Trojan siege of a suit, but seeks to bring it to a set battle in a speedy trial. Yet sometimes suits are continued by their difficulty, the potency and stomach of the parties, without...
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Essays and Selections

Basil Montagu - 1837 - 356 páginas
...the powerful, he secures what is far better — his own approbation, and the love and respect of the virtuous. If ever the praises of mankind are sweet,...administration of justice mainly depends upon the ability and integrity of the bar. Who, in times when our liberties are threatened, when power is attempting to...
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Essays and Selections

Basil Montagu - 1837 - 356 páginas
...litigation. — There are more differences settled in his chamber than in Westminster Hall. Where 271 the contest is a bubble blown up by malice, he endeavours...administration of justice mainly depends upon the ability and integrity of the bar. Who, in times when our liberties are threatened, when power is attempting to...
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The Holy State and the Profane State

Thomas Fuller - 1840 - 400 páginas
...them, as knowing that if they fail they lose nothing but what long since was lost, their credit. 3. He makes not a Trojan siege of a suit, but seeks to Mag it to a set battle in a speedy trial. Yet sometimes suits are continued by their difficulty, the...
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The Holy State, and the Profane State

Thomas Fuller - 1841 - 463 páginas
...long since was lost — their credit. • We take it promiscuously for civil or common lawyer. III. He makes not a Trojan siege of a suit, but seeks to bring it to a set battle in a speedy trial. — Yet sometimes suits are continued by their difficulty, the potency and stomach of the parties,...
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The Holy State, and the Profane State

Thomas Fuller - 1841 - 463 páginas
...but—what long since was lost—their credit. * We take it promiscuously for civil or common lawyer. E III. He makes not a Trojan siege of a suit, but seeks to bring it to a set battle in a speedy trial.—Yet sometimes suits are continued by their difficulty, the potency and stomach of the parties,...
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The lawyer, his character and rule of holy life, after the manner of George ...

Edward O'BRIEN (Barrister-at-Law.) - 1842
...them, as knowing that if they fail they lose nothing but what long since was lost, their credit. "3. He makes not a Trojan siege of a suit, but seeks to bring it to a set battle in a speedy triat. Yet sometimes suits are continued by their difficulty, the potency and stomach of the parties,...
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The Great Importance of a Religious Life Considered: To which are Added ...

William Melmoth - 1849 - 408 páginas
...fail, they lose nothing state, published but what long since was lost, — their credit. '" 1648" 3. He makes not a Trojan siege of a suit, but seeks to bring it to a set battel in a speedy trial. Yet sometimes suits are continued by their difficulty, the potencie and stomach...
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Collections of the Maine Historical Society, Volumen5

Maine Historical Society - 1857
...And I may truly offer him as an illustration of Fuller's " good advocate," whom he thus describes, " He makes not a Trojan siege of a suit, but seeks to bring it to a set battle in a speedy trial. In pleading, he shoots fairly at the head of the cause, and having fastened, no frowns nor favors shall...
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Collections of the Maine Historical Society. [1st Ser.̈, Volumen5

Maine Historical Society - 1857
...And I may truly offer him as an illustration of Fuller's " good advocate," whom he thus describes, " He makes not a Trojan siege of a suit, but seeks to bring it to a set battle in a speedy trial. In pleading, he shoots fairly at the head of the cause, and having fastened, no frowns nor favors shall...
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