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" The grand fource of the unmerited and fuperfluous mifery of beafts, exifts, in my opinion, in a defect in the conftitution of all communities. No human government, I believe, has ever recognized the jus animalium, which... "
A Philosophical and Practical Treatise on Horses and on the Moral Duties of ... - Page 123
by John Lawrence - 1802
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A Philosophical and Practical Treatise on Horses: And on the Moral Duties of ...

John Lawrence - 1796
...mode of praclical remedy can alfo be devifed. On that head I mall venture to deliver my fentirnents. The grand fource of the unmerited and fuperfluous...government, I believe, has ever recognized the jus ammalium, which furely ought to form a part of the jurifprudence of every fyftem, founded on the principles...
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Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of ..., 13. köide

1799
...unmerited and fiiperfluons mifery of beafts, exifts, in ray opinion, in a defect in the conititution of all communities. No human government, I believe,...ought to form a part of the jurifprudence of every fyfiem, founded on the principles of juftice and humanity. The fimple right of thefe four-legged, and...
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The Farmer's Magazine, No. XIII, 1803

Archibald Constable - 1803
...the author declares, that —' the grand fource of the unmerited and fuperfluous raifery of beads, exifts, in my opinion, in a defect in the conftitution...communities. No human government, I believe, has ever recognifed the jus animaliam, which furely ought to form a part of the jurifprudence of every fyfttm,...
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Messenger, 39. köide

1903
...proclaimed the rights of His brute creatures. The same authority quotes a John Lawrence, as writing in 1796: "No human government, I believe, has ever recognized the jus animalium, which ought certainly to form a part of the jurisprudence of every system founded on the principles of justice...
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Awe for the Tiger, Love for the Lamb: A Chronicle of Sensibility to Animals

Rod Preece - 2002 - 413 lehte
...unmerited and superstitious misery of beasts, exists, in my opinion, in a defect in the constitution of all communities. No human government, I believe, has ever recognized the jus animalium* which surely ought to form a part of the jurisprudence of every system, founded on the principles of justice...
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Animal Rights: A Historical Anthology

Andrew Linzey, Paul Barry Clarke, Paul A. B. Clarke - 2004 - 193 lehte
...grand source of the unmerited and superfluous misery of beasts exists in a defect in the constitution of all communities. No human government, I believe, has ever recognized the jus animalium, which ought surely to form a part of the jurisprudence of every system founded on the principles of justice...
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