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For my own part I ever was clearly of opinion that this right was inherent in the
very constitution of a jury , and indeed in sense and reason , inseparable from
their important function . To establish it , therefore , by statute , is , I think ,
The truth , however , is , that he loved to display his ingenuity in argument ; and
therefore would sometimes in conversation maintain opinions which he was
sensible were wrong , but in supporting which , his reasoning and wit would be
Notes of the opinions of the judges , being the reasons upon which their decree
is grounded . “ These papers you will please to peruse , and give your opinion , "
Whether there is a probability of the above decree of the court of session ' s ...
Bishop OF ST . ASAPH . “ Your wish then , sir , is , ympeOKELY didáckqueros . "
JOHNSON . “ Yes , my lord . ” His lordship mentioned a charitable establishment
in Wales , where u Hobbes was of the same opinion with Johnson on this subject
In this observation I fully concurred with him ; for unquestionably all the peers are
vested with the highest judicial powers ; and when they are confident that they
understand a cause , are not obliged , nay , ought not to acquiesce in the opinion
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