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" I CANNOT fancy to myself what the law of nature means, but the law of God. How should I know I ought not to steal, I ought not to commit adultery, unless somebody had told me so! Surely 'tis because I have been told so. "
Table-talk of John Selden - Page 84
by John Selden, Richard Milward - 1856 - 170 pages
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Table talk: being the discourses of John Selden

John Selden, Richard Milward - Table-talk - 1689 - 167 pages
...do, but not declare Law, that is, make Law, that was never heard of before. LXXVIII Law of Nature I CANNOT fancy to myself what the Law of Nature means,...'tis because I have been told so ! 'Tis not because [ think Law of I ought not to do them, nor because you mink Nature J ought not ; if so, our minds might...
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Table Talk: Being the Discourses of John Selden, Esq., Or His Sense of ...

John Selden - Table-talk - 1786 - 163 pages
...may do, but not declare law, that is, make law that was never heard of before. LAW OF NATURE. I. I cannot fancy to myself what the law of nature means...not to steal, I ought not to commit adultery, unless somebody had told me so ? Surely it is because 1 have been told so. It is not because I think I ought...
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Table Talk: Being the Discourses

John Selden - Table-talk - 1786 - 163 pages
...Parliament may do, but not declare law, that is, make law that was never heard of before. W OF NATURE. I. I cannot fancy to myself what the law of nature means...not to steal, I ought not to commit adultery, unless somebody had told me so ? Surely it is becavse I have been told so. It is not because I think I ought...
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Seldeniana, Or, The Table-talk of John Selden, Esq;: Being His Sense of ...

John Selden - Anecdotes - 1798 - 136 pages
...declare Law, that is, make Law that was never heard of before. tafo of I. T Cannot fancy to myfelf what the Law of Nature -*- means, but the Law of God. How fhould I know I ought not to fleal, I ought not to commit Adultery, unlefs fome body had told me fo...
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Table Talk: Being the Discourses

John Selden - Table-talk - 1786 - 163 pages
...parliament may do ; but not declare law, that is, make law that was never heard of before. LAW OF NATURE. I CANNOT fancy to myself what the law of nature means,...not to steal, I ought not to commit adultery, unless somebody had told me so ? Surely it is because I have been told so. It is not because I .think I ought...
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Essays, Moral and Entertaining

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - English essays - 1819 - 166 pages
...parliament, may do, but not declare law ; that is, make law that was never heard of before. LAW OF NATURE. I cannot fancy to myself what the law of nature means,...not to steal, I ought not to commit adultery, unless somebody had told me so? surely it is because I have been told so : it is not because I think I ought...
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Selden's table talk

John Selden - 1821
...parliament, may do, but not declare law ; that is, make law that was never heard of before. LAW OF NATURE. I cannot fancy to myself what the law of nature means,...not to steal, I ought not to commit adultery, unless somebody hadf told me so ? surely it is because I have been told so : it is not because I Ihink I ought...
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The British Prose Writers: Sheldon's table talk. Sir W. Blackstone's ...

British prose literature - 1821
...parliament, may do, but not declare law ; that is, make law that was never heard of before. LAW OF NATURE. I cannot fancy to myself what the law of nature means,...not to steal, I ought not to commit adultery, unless somebody had told me so ? surely it is because I have been told so : it is not because I think I ought...
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The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...: Sir Philip Sidney's ...

English literature - 1831
...parliament, may do, but not declare law, that is, make law that was never heard of before. LAW OF NATURE. I CANNOT fancy to myself what the law of nature means,...not to steal, I ought not to commit adultery, unless somebody had told me so ? Surely, 't is because I have been told so. 'T is not because I think I ought...
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... Areopagitica: 24 November 1644. Preceded by Illustrative Documents ...

Freedom of the press - 1869 - 80 pages
...Law, that is, make Law that was never heard of before. 31.1▄) Of ═Jnturr. Cannot fancy to my felf what the Law of Nature means, but the Law of God. How fhould I know I ought not to fleal, I ought not to commit Adultery, unlefs fome body had told me fo...
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