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Page 37 - Verumtamen pie admodum, ne hac ipsa occasione aliquis pereat, in eadem Ecclesia Dei custoditum semper fuit, ut nulla sit reservatio in articulo mortis, atque ideo omnes sacerdotes quoslibet pœnitentes a quibusvis peccatis et censuris absolvere possunt...
Page 12 - And when the days of her purifying are completed, whether for a son or for a daughter, she shall bring to the priest at the door of the tent of meeting...
Page 115 - Dispensandi cum gentilibus et infidelibus plures uxores habentibus, ut post conversionem et baptismum, quam ex illis maluerint, si etiam ipsa fidelis fiat, retinere possint, nisi prima voluerit converti.
Page 238 - Literary property, such as maps, charts, writings, and books ; and mechanical inventions, consisting of useful machines or discoveries, produced by the joint result of intellectual and manual labor. As long as these are kept within the possession of the author, he has the same right to the exclusive enjoyment of them as of any other species of personal property ; but when they are circulated abroad, and published with the author's consent, they become common property, and subject to the free use...
Page 174 - Crowninshield, 4 Wheaton, 122, that the insolvent laws of most of the states only discharge the person of the debtor, and leave his obligation to pay, out of his future acquisitions, in full force. The Insolvent Act of Maryland, of 1774, subjected to the former debts of the insolvent his future acquisitions by descent, gift, devise, bequest, or in a course of distribution. See 2 Harr.
Page 244 - ... sacrorum canonum instituta, vel ad summum unus et una baptizatum de baptismo suscipiant, inter quos ac baptizatum ipsum et illius patrem et matrem, necnon inter baptizantem et baptizatum baptizatique patrem ac matrem tantum spiritualis cognatio contrahatur.
Page 222 - ... with which he adheres to his criminal purposes after he is assured that he will almost certainly infect his wife — in such a case the physician, knowing all the circumstances and fully appreciating the tragic significance of such a step, must be guided by his own lights and conscience. If he should consider the criminal intent of this monster as entirely without the pale of professional protection, and refuse to stifle his own feelings as a man of heart and conscience, who shall condemn him...
Page 222 - While the obligation of the medical secret is in the general interest of the social order, and should be maintained as a fixed principle of professional conduct, it may be admitted that a situation of a peculiarly aggravating character may present itself when the patient shows himself an exceptional sort of brute by the obstinacy with which he adheres to his criminal purposes after he is assured that he will almost certainly infect his wife — in such a case the physician, knowing all the circumstances...
Page 12 - But if she shall bear a maid child, she shall be unclean two weeks, according to the custom of her monthly courses, and she shall remain in the blood of her purification sixty-six days. 6 And when the days of her purification are expired, for a son, or for a daughter, she shall bring to the door of the tabernacle of the testimony, a lamb of a year old for a holocaust, and a young pigeon or a turtle for sin, and shall deliver them to the priest : 7 Who shall offer them before the Lord, and shall pray...