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How does he explain that?
He says, RIGHT hand means" Not the Left."
You must look then for LEFT hand. What says he there?
Aye. So he tells us again that RIGHT is-" Not wrong,' and WRONG is-" Not right*."
But seek no further for intelligence in that quarter; where nothing but fraud, and cant, and folly is to be found
sparing in explanation. He says that RIGHT means-" True." Again, that it means—“ passing true judgment,” and—" passing a judgment according to the truth of things." Again, that it means -"Happy." And again, that it means-" Perpendicular." And again, that it means-" In a great degree."
All false, absurd, and impossible.
* Our lawyers give us equal satisfaction. Say they-" DROIT est, ou lun ad chose que fuit tolle d'auter per Tort; le challenge ou le claim de luy que doit aver ceo, est terme DROIT."
"RIGHT is, where one hath a thing that was taken from another wrongfully; the challenge or claim of him that ought to have it, is called RIGHT."-Termes de la Ley.
[See how Dr. Taylor sweats, in his chapter of LAW and RIGHT, in his Elements of Civil Law.
"Jus is an equivocal word, and stands for many senses according to its different use and acceptation. Some lawyers reckon up near forty. From whence it follows that the Emperor and his
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