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" ... of dividing the Court of Session into more courts than one, and of introducing juries for the trial of civil causes. All these improvements have since taken place, but they were mere visions in his time ; and his anticipation of them, in which, so... "
Swintons of that Ilk and Their Cadets - Seite 94
von Archibald Campbell Swinton - 1883 - 114 Seiten
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Memorials of His Time, Band 1

Lord Henry Cockburn Cockburn - 1856 - 470 Seiten
...more courts than one, and of introducing juries for the trial of civil causes. All these improvements have since taken place, but they were mere visions...very honourable to his thoughtfulness and judgment. Notwithstanding the utter dissimilarity of the two men, there was a great friendship between him and...
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MEMORIALS OF HIS TIME

HENRY COCKBURN - 1856
...more courts than one, and of introducing juries for the trial of civil causes. All these improvements have since taken place, but they were mere visions...far as I ever heard, he had no associate, is very honorable to his thonghtfulness and judgment. Notwithstanding -the utter dissimilarity of the two men,...
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Memorials of His Time

Lord Henry Cockburn Cockburn - 1856 - 442 Seiten
...more courts than one, and of introducing juries for the trial of civil causes. All these improvements have since taken place, but they were mere visions...far as I ever heard, he had no associate, is very honorable to his thoughtfulness and judgment. Notwithstanding the utter dissimilarity of the two men,...
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Men of the Merse, a lect

Archibald Campbell Swinton - 1858 - 95 Seiten
...introducing juries for the trial of civil causes." " All these improvements," adds Lord Cockburn, " have since taken place ; but they were mere visions...honourable to his thoughtfulness and judgment." Lord Swinton died on the 5th of January 1799. He was succeeded by his eldest son, for many years Sheriff...
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Lord Cockburn's works, Band 1

lord Henry Thomas Cockburn - 1872
...more courts than one, and of introducing juries for the trial of civil causes. All these improvements have since taken place, but they were mere visions...time ; and his anticipation of them, in which, so fax as I ever heard, he had no associate, is very honourable to his thoughtfulness and judgment. Notwithstanding...
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History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, Instituted September ..., Band 8

Berwickshire Naturalists' Club (Scotland) - 1879
...of introducing juries for the trial of civil causes." "All these improvements," adds Lord Cockburn,* "have since taken place, but they were mere visions...far as I ever heard, he had no associate, is very honorable to his thoughtfulness and judgment." The " mild" Judge lived on terms of close intimacy with...
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The Lives of the Chief Justices of England: From the Norman Conquest ..., Band 4

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1899
...Civil Actions," 1789. Lord Cockburn, in his "Memorials of his Time," remarks : " These improvements have since taken place, but they were mere visions...far as I ever heard, he had no associate, is very honorable to his thoughtfulness and judgment."—Diet. Nat. Biog. Here follows the memorandum which...
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Trial of Deacon Brodie

William Brodie - 1906 - 280 Seiten
...Lord Cockburn, in his "Memorials of his Time" (1856, pp. 112-113), remarks— " These improvements have since taken place but they were mere visions...heard, he had no associate, is very honourable to his thonp;htfulness and judgment." Cockburn also observes of Swinton — " He was a very excellent per...
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The Dictionary of National Biography, Band 19

Sir Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee - 1909
...Civil Actions,' 1789. Lord Coekburn, in his ' Memorials of his Time,' remarks : ' These improvements have since taken place, but they were mere visions...very honourable to his thoughtfulness and judgment.' [Burke's Landed Gentry ; Brunton and Uaig's College of Justice.] RB 8. SWXNY, OWEN MAC (d. 1754), playwright....
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