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On the Independence of the Judges: 11 January – 22 February 1773

From: Adams Papers | Papers of John Adams | Volume 1 | On the Independence of the Judges: 11 January – 22 February 1773

GENERAL BRATTLE, by his rank, station and character, is intituled to politeness and respect, even...
It has been said already, that the common law of England has not determined the judges to have an...
As the lines of mens minds are as various as the features of their faces, they can no more upon...
Another observation which occurred to me upon reading General Brattle’s first publication, was...
One Thing at one Time . De Witt. The question is, in the present state of the controversy,...
Two or three anecdotes, were omitted in my last, for want of room, which may be here inserted, in...
We are now upon the commissions of our own Judges, and we ought to examine well the tenure by...
In all General Brattle’s researches hitherto, aided and assisted as he has been by mine, we have...