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Wrongs and their remedies

C. G. Addison

Wrongs and their remedies

being a treatise on the law of torts

by C. G. Addison

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Published by Stevens and Sons in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Torts -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Other titlesTreatise on the law of torts.
      Statementby C.G. Addison.
      ContributionsWolferstan, F. S. P. 1826-1900.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD1949 .A74 1870
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxcvii, 1162 p. ;
      Number of Pages1162
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6540599M
      LC Control Number12004506
      OCLC/WorldCa13357021

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      He first visited Macedonia, then was carried down to Sicily in quest of a settlement; from Sicily he directed his course to the Laurentian territory. However this may be, it will still be a great satisfaction to me to have taken my part, too, in investing, to the utmost of my abilities, the annals of the foremost nation in the world with a deeper interest; and if in such a crowd of writers my own reputation is thrown into the shade, I would console myself with the renown and greatness of those who eclipse my fame. The signal was given, and with uplifted swords the six youths charged like a battle-line with the courage of a mighty host. Language: English Copyright:

      Antenor sailed into the furthest part of the Adriatic, accompanied by a number of Enetians who had been driven from Paphlagonia by a revolution, and after losing their king Pylaemenes before Troy were looking for a settlement and a leader. It was into this neighbourhood, according to the tradition, that Hercules, after he had killed Geryon, drove his oxen, which were of marvellous beauty. They raised no objection; so the time and place were fixed. He kept a bodyguard of three hundred men round him in peace as well as in war. According to the one, Latinus was defeated in battle, and made peace with Aeneas, and subsequently a family alliance.


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