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" Certainly a man has a right to do what he likes with his own, but then every man who does so must make up his mind to certain little penalties. "
Index to Volume VI. Part 73. July 15,1875 - Page 138
by The Sanitary Record - 1885
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The History of Sport in Britain, 1880-1914: Sport and money

Martin Polley - 2004 - 2218 lehte
...breeding or buying, of keep, training, jockeys' fees, &c., come out 'of the owner's pocket, and that a man has a right to do what he likes with his own (this latter a very fallacious argument, by the way) ; but, on the other hand, it is the public that...
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Robert Bloomfield, Romanticism and the Poetry of Community

Simon J. White - 2007 - 171 lehte
...of rent. Then he remarks: 'my old Sir Ambrose stands in no need of defence from me or from anyone; a man has a right to do what he likes with his own estate' (iv). Both statements seem to represent a continuation of the dismissive and humorous tone...
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the farmer's magazine

Rogerson And Tuxford - 1859
...supersedes the sale of a great deal of the best of the meat which is sent to London.' ' But,' I said, ' every man has a right to do what he likes with his own.' ' Yes, that is very true,' he said; ' but it does not alter the fact; and, as I said before, I cannot...
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The Sportsman

...amicably ; but as that was impossible, they decided on dismissing the complaint, on the ground that every man has a right to do what he likes with his own ; and the side of the river adjoining Mr. Foot's ground being his property, he might pelt it as he...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, 33. köide

1849
...verandahs are built, the owners will then have a right to mat them up, brick them up, or what not — for a man has a right to do what he likes with his own — has he not ?" " Not always in a colony ; the ex. elusion of the air, by matting or briek. ing up...
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The Quarterly Review, 188. köide

1898
...another subject, he sees how unreasonable such a claim would be. • It is not true,' he says, ' that a man has a right to do what he likes with his own. You cannot put a nuisance under a neighbour's window, or where you choose. . . . You must do nothing...
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University Law Review, 3. köide

1896
...alienvm nan Icedas" (so use your own as not to injure another's property), and the popular maxim, "A man has a right to do what he likes with his own." Every one is under obligation: (1) To abstain from wilful injury. (2) To respect property rights. (3)...
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The Bankers' Magazine, 6. köide

1847
...subject. You write strongly, you say, because your feelings are strong. You conceive, in fact, that a man has a right to do what he likes with his own, down even to knocking his furniture about, and whipping his boys, or indulging any other facetiae of...
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Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 89, 1945)

...left free to harvest it the destructive way, if that will save them some little time and trouble. "A man has a right to do what he likes with his own." Even though it robs the community of potential wealth? Even though it strips the watersheds of protective...
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