William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield Quotes

Top 12 wise famous quotes and sayings by William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield

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William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield quotes: Uncertain justice by a verdict is much better than certain injustice. Uncertain justice by a verdict is much better than certain injustice.
William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield quotes: Rules of property ought to be generally known, and not to be left upon loose notes, which rather serve to confound principles, than to confirm them. Rules of property ought to be generally known, and not to be left upon loose notes, which rather serve to confound principles, than to confirm them.
William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield quotes: True popularity is not the popularity which is followed after, but the popularity which follows after. True popularity is not the popularity which is followed after, but the popularity which follows after.
William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield quotes: An estimated value is a precarious measure of justice, compared with the specific thing. An estimated value is a precarious measure of justice, compared with the specific thing.
William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield quotes: True liberty can exist only when justice is equally administered to all True liberty can exist only when justice is equally administered to all
William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield quotes: The law protects nothing in that very respect, in which it is, at the same time, in the eye of the law, a crime. The law protects nothing in that very respect, in which it is, at the same time, in the eye of the law, a crime.
William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield quotes: A dose of poison can do its work but once. A bad book can go on poisoning minds for generations. A dose of poison can do its work but once. A bad book can go on poisoning minds for generations.
William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield quotes: God help the patient. God help the patient.
William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield quotes: It is iniquitous, unjust, and most impolitic to persecute for religion's sake. It is against natural religion, revealed religion, and sound policy. It is iniquitous, unjust, and most impolitic to persecute for religion's sake. It is against natural religion, revealed religion, and sound policy.
William Murray, 1st Earl Of Mansfield quotes: Let justice be done, though the heavens fall. Let justice be done, though the heavens fall.