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" Such is the unity of all history that any one who endeavours to tell a piece of it must feel that his first sentence tears a seamless web. "
The History of English Law Before the Time of Edward I. - Sivu 1
tekijä(t) Frederick Pollock, Frederic William Maitland - 1899 - 1379 sivua
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The Law Quarterly Review, Nide 14

1898
...PROLOGUE TO A HISTORY OF ENGLISH LAW. SUCH is the unity of all history that any one who endeavours to tell a piece of it must feel that his first sentence...Greek words in it : words such as bishop, priest, and deacon l. If we would search out the origins of Roman law, we must study Babylon : this at least was...

History of the Harvard Law School and of Early Legal Conditions in ..., Nide 1

Charles Warren - 1908
...disconnected and isolated. As Maitland says, "Such is the unity of all history that anyone who endeavors to tell a piece of it must feel that his first sentence tears a seamless web — a statute of limitations must be set; but it must be arbitrary. The web must be rent; but as we...

The Canadian Law Times, Nide 42

1922
...of the art of letters — said: — "Such is the unity of all history that any one who endeavours to tell a piece of it must feel that his first sentence tears a seamless web."1 Mr. Delisle Burns supports the view with great lucidity in a recent work : — "The past is...

Bureau Publication ...

1928
...juvenile and family problems; (3) the " " Such I: the unity of all history that anyone who endeavors to tell a piece of It must feel that his first sentence tears a seamless web." Pollock, Frederick, and Frederick William Maitland: The History of English Law Before the Time of Edward...

Illinois Law Review, Nide 14

1920
...of the Roman civilization which began to operate at a very early date upon the barbarian customs.31 "The oldest utterance of English law that has come down to us has Greek words in it; words such as b: nop, priest, and deacon."32 The statement of earlier writers that wills of land as well as of movables...

The Legal System of Ceylon in Its Historical Setting

Tambyah Nadaraja - 1972 - 311 sivua
...death in November 1962. INTRODUCTION "Such is the unity of all history that anyone who endeavours to tell a piece of it must feel that his first sentence tears a seamless web ... A statute of limitations must be set; but it must be arbitrary. The web must be rent; but as we...
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Law and Revolution, the Formation of the Western Legal Tradition

Harold J. Berman - 2009 - 672 sivua
...and Maitland's History of English Law, "Such is the unity of all history that anyone who endeavors to tell a piece of it must feel that his first sentence...Greek words in it; words such as bishop, priest, and deacon. If we search out the origins of Roman law we must study Babylon . . . A statute of limitations...
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Dictionary of Concepts in History

Harry Ritter - 1986 - 490 sivua
...wrote two scholars of the day (Pollack and Maitland, [1898] 1968: 1), "that anyone who endeavors to tell a piece of it must feel that his first sentence tears a seamless web." Croce became especially influential in England and the United States; he wished, in essence, to expunge...
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International Medical Malpractice Law: A Comparative Law Study of Civil ...

Dieter Giesen - 1988 - 923 sivua
...medical negligence, cf § 1811, infra. 3 "Such is the unity of all history that any one who endeavours to tell a piece of it must feel that his first sentence tears a seamless web. " — The famous words can be found in Sir Frederick Pollock & Frederic William Maitland's History of English...
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Rereading Cultural Anthropology

George E. Marcus - 1992 - 403 sivua
...Pollock and F. W. Maitland who wrote, "Such is the unity of all history that anyone who endeavors to tell a piece of it must feel that his first sentence tears a seamless web" (Pollock and Maitland, 1898, vol. 1:1). Apparent boundaries, then, such as those that define nations,...
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