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Lectures on the Philosophy of Law: Designed Mainly as an Introduction to the ...
William Galbraith Miller
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Page 17 - CIVITAS, which is but an artificial man; though of greater stature and strength than the natural, for whose protection and defence it was intended; and in which the sovereignty is an artificial soul...
Page 11 - ... exact SURVEY-WORK will best know how to appreciate the enormous amount of labour represented by this valuable book. The computations enable the user to ascertain the sines and cosines for a distance of twelve miles to within . half an inch, and this BY REFERENCE TO BUT ONE TABLE, in place of the usual Fifteen minute computations required.
Page 15 - Formula" for the use of Electrical Engineers. Comprising Submarine Electrical Engineering, Electric Lighting and Transmission of Power. By Andrew Jamieson, CE, FRSE Seventh Edition, thoroughly revised by WJ Millar.
Page 18 - Civil law is to every subject those rules which the Commonwealth hath commanded him, by word, writing, or other sufficient sign of the will, to make use of for the distinction of right and wrong; that is to say, of what is contrary and what is not contrary to the rule.
Page 29 - There is a great deal of difference between an innate law, and a law of nature between something imprinted on our minds in their very original, and something that we, being ignorant of, may attain to the knowledge of, by the use and due application of our natural faculties.
Page 14 - ELEMENTS OF METALLURGY. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE ART OF EXTRACTING METALS FROM THEIR ORES. BY J. ARTHUR PHILLIPS, M.lNST.OE, FCS, FGS, &o.
Page 376 - Praise Him, angels, in the height. Sun and moon, rejoice before Him ; Praise Him, all ye stars of light ; 2 Praise the Lord ! for He hath spoken ; Worlds His mighty voice obeyed. Laws that never shall be broken, For their guidance He hath made.
Page 16 - Part I. Papers relating to Temperature, Elasticity, and Expansion of Vapours, Liquids, and Solids. Part II. Papers on Energy and its Transformations. Part III. Papers on Wave-Forms, Propulsion of Vessels, &c.