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Página 14 - But and if she depart, let her remain unmarried, or be reconciled to her husband : and let not the husband put away his wife.
Página 15 - If a man be taken in execution, and lie in prison for debt, neither the plaintiff at whose suit he is arrested, nor the sheriff who took him, is bound to find him meat, drink, or clothes ; but he must live on his own, or on the charity of others : and if no man will relieve him, let him die, in the name of God, says the law, and so say I.
Página 36 - The cases where the Courts of Westminster have taken cognizance of privilege differ from this case ; for in those it was only an incident to the case before them, which was of their cognizance, but the direct point of the matter is now the judgment of the Lords.
Página 21 - God has given the man greater wit, better strength, better courage, to compel the woman to obey by reason or force ; and to the woman beauty, fair countenance, and sweet words, to make the man obey her again for love. Thus each obeyeth and commandeth the other ; and they two together rule the house so long as they remain in one.