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" The general law of the land is in favor of the wager of battle, and it is our duty to pronounce the law as it is, and not as we may wish it to be. Whatever prejudices, therefore, may justly exist against this mode of trial, still, as it is the law of... "
The International Cyclopedia: A Compendium of Human Knowledge - 第 307 頁
1890
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Historia Placitorum Coronae: The History of the Pleas of the Crown, 第 1 卷

Sir Matthew Hale - 1847
...Court, said, "The general law of the land is in favour of the wager of battel, and it is our duty to p u u ia the law of the land, the court must pronounce judgment for it." Sir S.imuel Shepherd, the Attorney...
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The American Law Journal, 第 1 卷

1849
...unusual, unnatural and ludicrous judgment. But whatever prejudices may exist against it, still if it be the law of the land, the court must pronounce judgment for it." The whole question as to the legality of the sentence in this case, turns upon the single fact, whether...
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The Lives of the Chief Justices of England, from the Norman Conquest Till ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1857 - 587 頁
...and it must be awarded. The law of the land is in favor of the trial by battle, and it is our duty to pronounce the law as it is, and not as we may wish...the land the Court must pronounce judgment for it." The public now expected to see the lists prepared in Tothill Fields, and the battle fought out before...
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The Lives of the Chief Justices of England: From the Norman Conquest ..., 第 3 卷

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1857
...it must be awarded. The law of the land is in favour of the trial by battle, and it is our duty to pronounce the law as it is, and not as we may wish it to \ .-.•. Whatever prejudices therefore may justly exist against this mode of trial, still as it is...
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The Romance of Duelling in All Times and Countries, 第 1 卷

Andrew Steinmetz - 1868
...saying: — "The general law of the land is in favour of the wager of battel, and it is our duty to pronounce the law as it is, and not as we may wish it to be. Whatever prejudice, therefore, may justly exist against this mode of trial, still, as it is the law of the land,...
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The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the Lawyers, 第 38 卷

1889
...said (p. 460): "The general law of the land is in favor of the wager of battel, and it is our duty to pronounce the law as it is and not as we may wish it to be." Bayley, J-, said: "This mode of proceeding by appeal is unusual in our law, being brought, not for...
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The Lives of the Chief Justices of England: From the Norman Conquest ..., 第 4 卷

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1874
...it must be awarded. The law of the land is in favour of the trial by battle, and it is our duty to pronounce the law as it is, and not as we may wish...the land the Court must pronounce judgment for it." The public now expected to see the lists prepared in Tothill Fields, and the battle fought out before...
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A Treatise on Trial by Jury: Including Questions of Law and Fact : with an ...

John Proffatt - 1876 - 608 頁
...court said ; " The general law of the land is in favor of the wager of battel, and it is our duty to pronounce the law as it is, and not as we may wish...the land, the court must pronounce judgment for it." Sir Samuel Shepherd, the Attorney General, immediately introduced a bill in Parliament to abolish appeals...
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National Repository, 第 4 卷

1878
...it is our duty to pronounce the law as it is, and not us we may wish it to be. Whatever prejudice, therefore, may justly exist against this mode of trial,...the land, the court must pronounce judgment for it.' The appellee, William Ashford, through his counsel, informed the court he did not now feel himself...
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Library of Universal Knowledge: Being a Reprint Entire of the Last ..., 第 2 卷

1879
...general law of the laud Is in fuvor of the wairer of B., and it is our duty to pro:iouuce the law ;s.- it is, and not as we may wish it to be; whatever prejudices, therefore, may justly exist ac insi this mode of triul, still, as it is toe law of the hind, the court must pronounce judgment...
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