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Or, as he expresses it, ‘our belief of the continuance of the laws of nature.’
These laws, though founded on mistaken principles, undoubtedly restored the national silk trade for a while.
The maintenance of the laws was, as in other Grecian cities, committed to the nomophylaces.
A MANUAL OF ANCIENT HISTORYA. H. L. (ARNOLD HERMANN LUDWIG) HEEREN
The states generally have either enacted new food laws, or revised their laws following the national law.
The mention of the laws of Moses leads me to offer a suggestion.
He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good.
“The men who make the laws must decide those questions, my man,” he said, at last.
THE BONDWOMANMARAH ELLIS RYAN
Leslie describes George I. as altogether ignorant of our language, laws, customs and constitution.
They came from the east, but Njal went from the west to the Court of Laws, and the sons with him.
He said it was an anomaly in the laws that the dockyard laborers were not disfranchised.