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" Hence too it follows, that the infamous and unchristian practice of withholding baptism from negro servants, lest they should thereby gain their liberty, is totally without foundation, as well as without excuse. The l«w of England acts upon general and... "
British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Comprising an ... - Page 10
by William Nicholson - 1821
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Books 1 & 2

William Blackstone, George Sharswood - Law - 1860
..." which every apprentice submits to for the space of seven years, or sometime» for a longer term." Hence too it follows, that the infamous and unchristian...their liberty, is totally without foundation, as well aa without excuse. The law of England acts upon general and extensive principles : it gives liberty,...
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Handybook of the Law Relative to Master, Workmen, Servants, and Apprentices ...

Alexander Macdonald - Arbitration, Industrial - 1868 - 428 pages
...serviw"^^™ tude in spite of their masters."—Voet ad Tit. de Stat. Horn. s. 3 (?/). Blackstone says—" The law of England acts upon general and extensive...rightly understood, that is, protection to a Jew, or Turk, or a Heathen, as well as to those who profess the true religion of Christ; and it will not...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone, George Sharswood - Law - 1875
...•which every apprentice submits to for the space of seven years, or sometimes for a longer term.2 Hence too it follows, that the infamous and unchristian...without foundation, as well as without excuse. The íaw of England acts upon general and extensive principles : it gives liberty, rightly understood,...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone - Law - 1876
...L -I every apprentice submits to for the space of seven years, or sometimes for a longer term. (2) Hence, too, it follows, that the infamous and unchristian...negro servants, lest they should thereby gain their libertv, is totally without foundation, as well as without excuse. The law of 'England acts upon general...
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Morals in Evolution: A Study in Comparative Ethics, Part 1

Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse - Ethics - 1906 - 669 pages
...England, but this does not affect the right a master may have acquired to a man's perpetual service, and "the infamous and unchristian practice of withholding...servants, lest they should thereby gain their liberty, was totally without foundation.'' The Law of England will not dissolve a civil obligation between master...
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Morals in Evolution: A Study in Comparative Ethics, Part 1

Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse - Ethics, Evolutionary - 1906
...England, but this does not affect the right a master may have scqamJ to a man's perpetual service, and " the infamous and unchristian practice of withholding...servants, lest they should thereby gain their liberty, was totally without foundation.'' The Law of England willnot dissolve a civil obligation between master...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Ohio, Volume 6

Ohio. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1874
...life which every apprentice submits to for the space of seven years, or sometimes for a longer term. Hence, too, it follows, that the infamous and unchristian...servants, lest they should thereby gain their liberty, is.totally without foundation, as well as without excuse. The law of England acts upon general and...
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The Anatomy of Antiliberalism

Stephen Holmes - Philosophy - 1996 - 330 pages
...Truth and Knowledge" (An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, p. 657). 15. According to Blackstone, "the law of England acts upon general and extensive...that is, protection, to a jew, a turk, or a heathen" (Commentaries on the Laws of England, vol. 1, p. 413). 16. Justice's "blindfold" can be understood...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, Volume 1

William Blackstone, Sir William Blackstone - Droit - 2002
...that the infamous and unchriftian practice of withholding baptifm from negro fervants, left they mould thereby gain their liberty, is totally without foundation, as well as without excufe. The law of England acts upon general and extenfive principles : it gives liberty, rightly underftood,...
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A New Law Dictionary: Intended for General Use, as Well as for Gentlemen of ...

Richard Burn, John Burn - Law - 2004
...the infamous and unchriftian practice of withholding baptifm from negro fervants, left they fhould thereby gain their liberty, is totally without foundation, as well as without excufe. The law of England acts upon general and extenfive principles: it gives liberty, rightly underftood,...
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