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A half-wergeld was to be paid and the slave or l?t handed over for the other half.[309] This was the rule according to the Codex I. If he is consistent, all his philosophy will be a system of absurdity and nonsense; if he is inconsistent,–the less attention does he deserve. These, and innumerable others of…

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From the Kentish laws the presence of stepping-stones into greater freedom may be inferred in the case of the three classes of _l?ts_ with their rising wergelds. That fairy vision—that invisible glory, by which I was once attended—ushered into life, has left my side, and ‘faded to the light of common day,’ and I now…

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And (as I think), he alluded more particularly, in this title, to a passage in _Ecclesiastes_, where the preacher saith, that he sought to find out _Verba Delectabilia_ (as Tremellius rendereth the Hebrew), pleasant words; (that is, perhaps, his Book of Canticles;) and _Verba Fidelia_ (as the same Tremellius), Faithful Sayings; meaning, it may be,…

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