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" ... yet it is in human nature that a long undisturbed possession should give a feeling of ownership ; the more so as, while the state's claim lay dormant, the possessor was, in fact, proprietor, and the land would thus be repeatedly passing by regular... "
HISTORY OF ROME. - 第 60 頁
THOMAS ARNOLD, D. D., 著 - 1868
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the ..., 第 1 卷

1868
...feeling of ownership ; the more so as, whQe the state's claim lay dormant, the possessor was, in fact, proprietor, and the land would thus be repeatedly...passing by regular sale from one occupier to another. The state, however, was often obliged to interfere with these occupiers of the public lands, and resume...
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Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, 第 1 卷

1868
...feeling of ownership ; the more so as, while the state's claim lay dormant, the possessor was, in fact, proprietor, and the land would thus be repeatedly...passing by regular sale from one occupier to another. The state, however, was often obliged to interfere with these occupiers of the public lands, and resume...
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Systems of Land Tenure in Various Countries

Cobden Club (London, England) - 1870 - 429 頁
...ownership, the more so, as while the State's claim lay dormant, the possessor was to all appearance the proprietor ; and the land would thus be repeatedly...passing by regular sale from one occupier to another." * * Arnold. 'Hist, of Rome,' vol. i. Dr. Arnold shows that the law of real The same talc which finds...
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Library of Universal Knowledge, 第 1 卷

1880
...feeling of owner ship; the more so as, while the state's claim lay dormant, the possessor was, in fact, proprietor, and the land would thus be repeatedly...passing by regular sale from one occupier to another." The state, however, was often obliged to interfere with these occupiers of the public lands, and resume...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the ..., 第 1 卷

1883
...more so a?, while the state's claim lay dormant, the possessor was, in fact, proprietor, and the hind would thus be repeatedly passing by regular sale from one occupier to another.' The state, however, was often obliged to interfere with these occupiers of the public lands, and resume...
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Montesquieu's Considerations on the Causes of the Grandeur and Decadence of ...

Charles de Secondat baron de Montesquieu, Jehu Baker - 1889 - 526 頁
...a long undisturbed possession should give a feeling of ownership, the more so as, while the state's claim lay dormant, the possessor was in fact the proprietor...passing by regular sale from one occupier to another." ' It hence resulted that the passage of the Licinian law was resisted with great bitterness by the...
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Columbian Cyclopedia

1897
...feeling of ownership; the more so as, while the state's claim lay dormant, the possessor was. in fact, proprietor, and the land would thus be repeatedly...passing by regular sale from one occupier to another.' The state, however, was often obliged to interfere with these occupiers of the public lands, and resume...
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The International Cyclopedia: A Compendium of Human Knowledge. Rev ..., 第 1 卷

Harry Thurston Peck - 1898
...feeling of ownership; the more so as, while the state's claim lay dormant, the possessor was, in fact, proprietor, and the land would thus be repeatedly...passing by regular sale from one occupier to another." The state, however, was often obliged to interfere with these occupiers of the public lands, and resume...
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The New International Encyclopædia, 第 1 卷

Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby - 1902
...feeling of ownership; the more so as, while the State's claim lay dormant, the" possessor was, in fact, proprietor, and the land would thus be repeatedly...passing by regular sale from one occupier to another." The State, however, was often obliged to interfere with these occupiers of the public lands and to...
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The New International Encyclopaedia, 第 1 卷

Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby - 1906
...feeling of ownership; the more so as, while the State's claim lay dormant, the possessor was, in fact, proprietor, and the land would thus be repeatedly...passing by regular sale from one occupier to another." The State, however, was often obliged to interfere with these occupiers of the public lands and to...
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