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" He pleaded with the same sincerity that he used in the other parts of his life, and used to say : — It was as great a dishonour as a man was capable of, that for a little money he was to be hired to say or do otherwise than as he thought. "
Anecdotes, Religious, Moral, and Entertaining - Page 187
by Charles Buck - 1831
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Contemplations, Moral and Divine ...: To which is Prefixed, an ..., Volume 1

Matthew Hale - 1763
...fincerity that he ufed in the other parts of his life, and ufed to fay, " It was as great a difho" nour as a man was capable of, that, for a little money, " he was to be hired to fay or do otherwife than as he " thought:" All this he afcribed to the unmeafurable defire of heaping...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 1, Part 1

1805
...professional engagements the same sincerity, which was displayed in other transactions of his life ; and used to say, " It was as great a dishonour as a man was capable of, that for a little money he was hired to say or do otherwise than as he thought." He would never accept of any compensation from parties...
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The Works, Moral and Religious, of Sir Matthew Hale, Knt. ...: The ..., Volume 1

Sir Matthew Hale - Theology - 1805
...fincerity that he ufed in the other parts of his life ; and ufed to fay, ' It * was as great a difhonour as a man was capable of, * that for a little money he was to be hired to fay or ' do otherwife than as he thought.' All this he afcribed to the unmeafurable defire of heaping...
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The Works, Moral and Religious, Volume 1

Sir Matthew Hale - Theology - 1805
...fincerity that he ufed in the other parts of his life ; and ufed to fay, * It * was as great a difhonour as a man was capable of, * that for a little money he was to be hired to fay or * do otherwife than as he thought.' All this he afciibed to the unmeafurable defire of heaping...
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The Life of Sir Matthew Hale, Knt, Volume 20

Gilbert Burnet, John Fell - Lawyers - 1806 - 315 pages
...fincerity that he ufed in the other parts of his life ; and ufed to fay, It was as great a di/honour as a man was capable of, that for a little money he was to he hired to fay or do otherwife than as he thought. All this he afcribed to the unmeafurable dejire...
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Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. Charles Buck, Author of the ..., Volume 3

Charles Buck - Children - 1808
...grounds of that conviction. He abhorred the practice of misreciting evidences ; quoting precedents or books falsely or unfairly, so as to deceive ignorant...bribe, even because it is good : if it be not honest, I will not do it for all the goods in the world." "W hen he was once going his circuit, he understood...
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Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. Charles Buck ...: Containing The Young ...

Charles Buck - Christian ethics - 1808
...grounds of that conviction. He abhorred the practice of misreciting evidences ; quoting precedents or books falsely or unfairly, so as to deceive ignorant...bribe, even because it is good : if it be not honest, I will not do it for all the goods in the world." Vv hen he was once going his circuit, he understood...
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Characteristic Anecdotes of Men of Learning and Genius, Natives of Great ...

John Watkins - Authors, English - 1808 - 552 pages
...was Unjust, he would not meddle with it, saying, that it was as great a dishonour as a man could be capable of, that for a little money he was to be hired to say or do otherwise than he thought." '"* The piece of money so called at that time, was worth twenty shillings. *: ' When When he was a...
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The Quarterly Theological Magazine, and Religious Repository ..., Volume 1

Theology - 1813
...was unjust, he would not meddle with it, saying, " that it was as great a dishonour as a man could be capable of, that for a little money he was to be hired to say or do otherwise than he thought." When he was a practitioner, differences were often referred to him, which he settled, but would accept...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., Volume 4

Francis Wrangham - Great Britain - 1816
...distinguished the other parts of his life, he used to say, ' It was as great a dishonour as a man could be capable of, that for a little money he was to be hired to say or do otherwise than as he thought.' All this he ascribed to the immeasurable desire of heaping up wealth, which corrupted...
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