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" the grand principle of the Saxon polity, the trial of facts by the country," says, " from this principle (except as to that preposterous relic of barbarism, the requirement of unanimity) may we never swerve—may we never be compelled in wish to swerve—by... "
On Civil Liberty and Self-government - Página 262
por Francis Lieber - 1853
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View of the state of Europe during the Middle ages. 2 vols. [with ..., Volumen1

Henry Hallam - 1848
...subtlety in distinction, and became as scientific as that of Rome, it maintained, without encroachment, the grand principle of the Saxon polity, the trial of facts by the country. From this principle (except as to that preposterous relic of barbarism, the requirement of unanimity)...
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History of Trial by Jury

William Forsyth - 1852 - 468 páginas
...the Reasonableness of the Rule considered. IN a valuable note to his Middle Ages, Mr Hallam, speaking of ' the grand principle of the Saxon polity, the...to swerve—by a contempt of their oaths in jurors, and 1 In all the old Scandinavian tribunals the opinion of the majority prevailed. Sed si illi xn in...
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View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages, Volumen2

Henry Hallam - 1853 - 517 páginas
...without encroachment, the grand principle of the S;ixon polity, the trial of facts by the country. From this principle (except as to that preposterous...barbarism, the requirement of unanimity) may we never swerve — may we never be compelled, in wish, to swerve — by a contempt of their oaths in jurors,...
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View of the state of Europe during the Middle ages. 2 vols. [with ..., Volumen2

Henry Hallam - 1853
...subtlety in distinction, and became as scientific as that of Rome, it maintained, without encroachment, the grand principle of the Saxon polity, the trial of facts by the country. From this principle (except as to that preposterous relic of barbarism, the requirement of unanimity)...
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View of the state of Europe during the Middle ages. 2 vols. [with ..., Volumen2

Henry Hallam - 1856
...subtlety in distinction, and became as scientific as that of Rome, it maintained, without encroachment, the grand principle of the Saxon polity, the trial of facts by the country. From this principle (except as to that preposterous relic of barbarism, the requirement of unanimity)...
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Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science

National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (Great Britain) - 1882
...who, in speaking of the various phases of trial by jury, says: 'It maintained without encroachment the grand principle of the Saxon polity, the trial of facts by the country. From this principle (except as to that preposterous relic of barbarism, the requirement of unanimity)...
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VIEW OF THE STATE OF EUROPE DURING THE MIDDLE AGES

HENRY HALLAM, LL.D,F.R.A.S. - 1866
...subtlety in distinction, and became as scientific as that of Rome, it maintained, without encroachment, the grand principle of the Saxon polity, the trial of facts by the country. From this principle (except as to that preposterous relic of barbarism, the requirement of unanimity)...
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VIEW OF THE STATE OF EUROPE DURING THE MIDDLE AGES

HENRY HALLAM - 1872
...subtlety in distinction, and became as scientific as that of Rome, it maintained, without encroachment, the grand principle of the Saxon polity, the trial of facts by the country. From this principle (except as to that preposterous relic of barbarism, the requirement of unanimity)...
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A History of the Weald of Kent: With an Outline of the ..., Volumen2,Tema 1

Robert Furley - 1874
...that the grand principle of the Saxon polity of trial of facts by the country, is firmly established. "From this principle (except as to that preposterous...never swerve—may we never be compelled in wish, to swerve, by a contempt of their oaths in Jurors, and a disregard of the just limits of their trust."...
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History of Trial by Jury

William Forsyth - 1875 - 388 páginas
...Reasonableness of the Rule considered. In a valuable note to his " Middle Ages," Mr. Hallam, speaking of " the grand principle of the Saxon polity, the...never swerve—may we never be compelled, in wish, to swerve —by a contempt of their oaths in jurors, and a disregard of the just limits of their trust!"'...
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