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|NON Non usitata, nec tenui ferar penna -I shall he borne on no common, no |
feeble, wing. //or. Non uti libet, sed uti licet, ... more unjust in their judgments of
others than those who have a high opinion of themselves. Spurgeon. None are
|Spurgeon, Charles Haddon It has been said that our anxiety does not empty |
tomorrow of its sorrow, but only empties ... Charles Haddon None are more unjust
in their judgments of others than those who have a high opinion of themselves.
|Solomon was himself a ruler, -and knew with, what sedulity men made their |
application to him, some on one errand, others on another, but all for his favour.
... and yet cannot have it ; many have it for a little while, but they cannot keep
themselves in it, by some little turn or other they are ... (God has, and would have
none perish ;) but they hate the ways and practices of those that are impious
toward ... Surely I am more brutish than any man, and have not the understanding
of a man. 3.
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|We have no other way to prove ourselves the servants of God, than by giving up |
ourselves so entirely to his service, as to ... of devotion, yet are ruined by the love
of the world ; nor docs any thing harden the heart more against the word of Christ.
... of singular sanctity and devotion, and justified themselves in that claim ; " Ye
are they that do that, so as none ever did, ... The Pharisees, to requite the people
for their high opinion of them, allowed them a cheap, easy, formal religion ; " But,"
|Surely not that girl, since by her immature infant judgment she has wrecked her |
whole life, while the law protects her against her infant judgment in immaturcly ...
Let it not hold him, any more than it does her, to account in such a case. Where ...
|If their Ways would not have endured that Man to live, a Judge reviling the |
Prisoner, and the Counsel that moved for his ... the Estates of others, the breach
of a Proclamation might readily have been charged against them in Star-
Chamber; but they, ... the Opinions and Judgment of this Judge, hath seen his
Goods taken from him without his, or his Knights of the Shire, ... of a Prince, none
will conspire against him, who cannot feign to themselves Safety before or after
any Fact committed ...
|And now, Mr. Speaker, having said thus much in relation to the course of the |
Administration respecting these frontier difficulties, ... it does not reflect the true
sentiments and opinions of the great mass of the citizens in the interior of our
State. ... It was in part the result of their position, and if they have more readily
allowed their sympathy to get the better of their judgment, ... who have pointed
out the road to others which they had not the courage to travel themselves; who
have led their ...
|In other, words, if the question of loyalty is unimportant in giving jurisdiction to the |
Court of Claims, they can pass it by ; it ... Or, in still other words, the Supreme
Court, according to its reasoning, would have the same power to enforce its
judgment in ... most unrepentant rebel who came within the pardon upon which
the court has based its decision in these two cases. ... although their logic might
be perfectly good, would bo obliged to say to themselves, "We cannot carry out
our logic on ...
|The integrity of our courts, however, has not, and is not being questioned by the |
trade-unions, or their leaders, ... \Vhen a court's decision is reversed by a higher
court, it does not imply that the lower court was lacking in honesty ... our courts as
any other group of citizens, and believe in the honesty of the judiciary, but this
does not lead them to the ... yet that court recently handed down a decision which
in our opinion is one of the most unjust and mischievous in the history of that