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Página 189 - But why dost thou judge thy brother? or why dost thou set at nought thy brother? for we shall all stand before the judgment seat of Christ.
Página 745 - I call therefore a complete and generous Education that which fits a man to perform justly, skilfully and magnanimously all the offices both private and public of peace and war.
Página 933 - The duty of parents to provide for the maintenance of their children, is a principle of natural law ; an obligation, says Puffendorf, laid on them not only by nature herself, but by their own proper act, in bringing them into the world...
Página 419 - To prepare and transmit all reports, answers, or returns, as to any question or matter connected with, or relating to, the administration of the laws for the relief of the poor in the...
Página 521 - Mother. -As a further step towards the natural state of things, we recommend that the mother of an illegitimate child born after the passing of the Act, be required to support it, and that any relief occasioned by the wants of the child be considered relief afforded to the parent.
Página 213 - But when I come to hospitals for old age, — as old age is before all men, — as every man is every day approaching nearer to that goal, — all prudent men of independent spirit will, in the vigour of their days, lay by sufficient to maintain them when age shall end their labour.
Página 147 - I cannot doubt the zealous and effectual co-operation of my parliament and my people. " To the practices which have been used to produce disaffection to the state, and mutual distrust and animosity between the people of the two countries, is chiefly to be attributed the spirit of insubordination which, though for the present in a great degree controlled by the power of the la\v, has been but too perceptible in many instances.
Página 303 - ... and whosoever answereth another man's speech shall apply his answer to the matter without wrong to the person ; and as nothing offensive is to be spoken, so nothing is to be ill taken if the party that speaks it shall presently make a fair exposition or clear denial...