The Edinburgh Review; Or Critical Journal Volume 51-80

The Edinburgh Review; Or Critical Journal Volume 51-80

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1850 edition. Excerpt: ... lvi. 230-232. classified, by Dr John Young, as one of the three primary powers of consciousness, lxi. 54. or Conscience--argument of Dr Ralph Wardlaw, that it is utterly corrupted and debased, lxi. 59, 60. (Right of Private), arguments used by the Catholic church against the use of, lxxvii. 489-500. See Catholic Church. Judicial and Legislative Acts-distinction between, liii. 509. Judicial combat-oaths taken before it was demanded, lix. 461. Its solemn character, lxxx. 231. instances of, .231, 232. Judicature-end to be obtained by, as a means of ascertaining truth, lxxv. 360-362. J ulianus (Flavius Claudius, Emperor, 331-363), his descent down the Euphrates, and seizure of the town of Anatho, lx. 460, 461. Julict--reflections of Mrs Jameson on the character of her love, lx. 191, 192. Julio Romano-remarks of Fuseli on his picture of Samson and Delilah, liv. 174. Julius II., Pope' (1443-1513), the only redeeming act during his pontificate was in expelling the French from Italy, lv. 372. Junius--the authorship of, hinted at, note, 110: . 108. Letters of--Philip Francis author of, lxxiv. 183-185. Letters of--paralleled with those of Pascal, lxxiii. 341, 342. J upiter's belts-physical appearances of, lviii. 184. discrepancies between 169. M. Arago on the question, If the brightest comet would be invisible be yond its orbit? lxi. 122, 123. and Saturn---irregularity of, in their mean motions, li. 108, 109. J uries--remarks on the pernicious doctrine of their returning verdicts against evidence, liv. 227-232. J urisprudence-value of the MS. of Sir Samuel Romily on, lii. 398. (Criminal), speculations on, liv. See Criminal Law. Historical deficiency of the knowledge of, in England--remarks on the Pandects, lvi. 223, 225. Jury-origin of, ...show more

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