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|BERTOLT BRECHT (1898-1956). German dramatist, poet. Peachum, in The |
Threepenny Opera, acl 3, sc. 7. 4 Laws, like houses, lean on one another.
EDMUND BURKE (1 729-97), Irish philosopher, statesman. Tracts Relating to
Popery Laws ...
|Laws, like houses, lean on one another —Edmund Burke Laws should be like |
clothes. They should fit the people they are meant to serve —Clarence Darrow
Laws wise as nature, and as fixed as fate —Alexander Pope Legal as a Supreme
|The one instance when there is none is when a state is girding for war and |
compliance (if any demands have been stated) no ... Conclusions In the words of
Edmund Burke, laws, like houses, lean on one another.86 This chapter
introduced a ...
|To His Constituents (J. P. Brissor; 1794) 58 Laws, like houses, lean on one |
another. Published posthumously (1812). Tracts on the Popery Laws (1765?), ch.
3, pt. 1 59 There is but one law for all, namely that law which governs all law, the
|If we may believe our logicians, man is distinguished from all other creatures by |
the faculty of laughter. Joseph Addison (1672-1719) ... Charles Macklm (1697-
1797) Irish actor, dramatist Laws, like houses, lean on one another. Edmund
|Brougham, Lord Henry P. People crushed by laws, have no hope but to evade |
power. If the laws are their enemies, they will be enemies to ... Burke, Edmund
Laws, like houses, lean on one another. - Burke, Edmund There is but one law for
|436 TRACTS ON THE are long since dead, and as these laws are made |
perpetual, every popish priest is liable to the law. ... old one, the work is of more
difficulty ; because laws, like houses, lean on one another, and the operation is
|It not only makes in itself a more leading point, but complicates itself with every |
other part of the matter, giving every ... of an old one, the work is of more difficulty
; because Laws, like houses, lean on one another, and the operation is delicate,
|"And valuables were missing: tablecloths, a bed high with blankets, silverware, |
trunks of linen, books, things like that." My mother says ... "Laws, like houses, lean
on one another," states Edmund Burke in 1765, in "A Tract on the Popery Laws.
|Cicero 106–43 BC: De Legibus The more corrupt the state, the more numerous |
the laws. Tacitus c.AD 56–after ... Alexander Pope 1688–1744: The Rape of the
Lock (1714) Laws, like houses, lean on one another. Edmund Burke 1729–97: A
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