Leaving a part to his majesty is to avow that that part has inspired you with doubts as to the lawfulness
of the means of acquisition."
He had inherited from his mother some acquaintance with medicinal herbs and their preparation--a little store of wisdom which she had imparted to him as a solemn bequest--but of late years he had had doubts about the lawfulness
of applying this knowledge, believing that herbs could have no efficacy without prayer, and that prayer might suffice without herbs; so that the inherited delight he had in wandering in the fields in search of foxglove and dandelion and coltsfoot, began to wear to him the character of a temptation.
"I now began to argue very seriously with him, in opposition to this heathenish, or indeed diabolical, principle of the lawfulness
of self-murder; and said everything which occurred to me on the subject; but, to my great concern, it seemed to have very little effect on him.
I gave him joy of his deliverance, but raised some scruples at the lawfulness
of his marrying again, and told him I supposed he would consider very seriously upon that point before he resolved on it, the consequence being too great for a man of his judgment to venture rashly upon a thing of that nature; so concluded, wishing him very well in whatever he resolved, without letting him into anything of my own mind, or giving any answer to his proposal of my coming to London to him, but mentioned at a distance my intention to return the latter end of the year, this being dated in April.
But these thoughts still were attended with this difficulty: that it was impossible to effect this without attacking a whole caravan of them, and killing them all; and this was not only a very desperate attempt, and might miscarry, but, on the other hand, I had greatly scrupled the lawfulness
of it to myself; and my heart trembled at the thoughts of shedding so much blood, though it was for my deliverance.
Expediency of literature, reason of literature, lawfulness
of writing down a thought, is questioned; much is to say on both sides, and, while the fight waxes hot, thou, dearest scholar, stick to thy foolish task, add a line every hour, and between whiles add a line.
In the "Typic of Pure Practical Judgment" the moral law demands practical fulfillment, while the lawfulness
of nature delimits what can be experienced and known as actual, i.e., it provides experiential and cognitive possibility.
The rulings came in response to a law-suit filed in 2003 by six plaintiffs who challenged the lawfulness
of the involuntary vaccination program.
Britain had severed the "root of the evil" when "by the discussions which had for years gone on throughout English society on the subject of the slave trade, men's consciences had been awakened to question the lawfulness
of the whole system of things out of which that trade had taken its rise." (1)
Andton Properties Ltd is seeking a certificate of lawfulness
for the use of premises in Heol-y-Deri, Rhiwbina, as a takeaway, patisserie and baker's shop.
Because the federal appellate courts are inconsistent in their views regarding the lawfulness
of drug roadblocks, and the U.S.
The resolution prohibits to sell alcohol without the confirmed lawfulness
of its production and distribution, as well as to sell inferior and dangerous products.