There are two capital faults in our law with relation to civil debts. One is, that every man is presumed solvent. A presumption, in innumerable cases, directly against truth. Therefore the debtor is ordered, on a supposition of ability and fraud, to be... The pamphleteer - 536 ÆäÀÌÁö ÆíÁý - 1815ÀüÃ¼º¸±â - µµ¼ Á¤º¸
| Edmund Burke - 1780 - 68 ÆäÀÌÁö
...fay as far as it went, for its fault was its being, in the remedial part, miferably defective, There **are two capital faults in our law with relation to civil debts. One is, that every man is** prefumed folvent. A prefumption, in innumerable cafes, directly againft truth. Therefore the debtor... | |
| 1781
...cur Debt Laii-s, and of Mr. Howard. From Mr. Burke's Sfeec/j to hit Con©¬itueati at Briftol. THERE **are two capital faults in our law with relation to civil debts. One is, that every man is** prefumed folvenr. A prefumption, in innumerable cafes, directly íigainíi truth. Therefore the debtor... | |
| Edmund Burke - 1788
...of our Diit Lavut, and of Mr. Howard. From Mr. Burke's S fetch to hit Coaftitue*ti at Brillol. THERE **are two capital faults in our law with relation to civil debts. One is, that every man is** prefumed folvent. A prefumption, in innumerable cafes, direftly againft truth. Therefore the debtor... | |
| 1788
...and of Mr. Howard. From Mr. Burke's, SptccA to his Con©¬ltuatts at Briflol. are two capital faults JL **in our law with relation to civil debts. One is, 'that every man is** prefumed folvent. A prefumption, in innumerable cafes, directly againft truth. Therefore the debtor... | |
| Edmund Burke - 1792
...fay as far as it went, for its fault was its being, in the remedial part, miferably defective. There **are two capital faults in our law with relation to civil debts. One is, that every man is** prcfumed folvent. A prefumption, in innumerable cafes, diredly again ft truth. Therefore the debtor... | |
| 1795 - 406 ÆäÀÌÁö
...the people. LORD BACON, Works, vol. Hi. p. 377. • : i ' • V K 3 LAWS LAWS OF INSOLVENCY. THERE **are two capital faults in our law with relation to...presumption, in innumerable cases, directly against** the truth. Therefore the debtor is ordered, on a supposition of ability and fraud, to be coerced his... | |
| Edmund Burke - 1798 - 499 ÆäÀÌÁö
...prcfumption, in innumerable, cafes, directly againft truth. Therefore the debtor is ordered, on a fuppofitipn **of ability and fraud, to be coerced his liberty until he makes payment. By this means, in all** cafes of civil infblvency without a pardon from his creditor, he is to be imprifoned for life : —... | |
| Robert Bisset - 1800
...debtor laws in general, and the general question of imprisonment for debt. ' There are/ he says, ' **two capital faults in our law, with relation to civil...presumed solvent ; a presumption, in innumerable cases,** dire&ly against truth. Therefore the debtor is ordered, on a supposition of ability and fraud, to be... | |
| Edmund Burke - 1803
...fay as far as it went, for its fault was its being, in the remedial part, miferably defective. There **are two capital faults in our law with relation to civil debts. One is, that every man is** prefumed prefumed folvent. A prefumption, in innumerable cafes, directly againft truth. Therefore the... | |
| Edmund Burke - 1803
...fay as far as it went, for its fault was its being, in the remedial part, miferably defective. There **are two capital faults in our law with, relation to civil debts. One is, that every man is** prefumed folvent. A prefumption, in innumerable cafes, directly againft truth. Therefore the debtor... | |
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