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The Connecticut Courant (1764-1774) - Hartford, Conn.
Author: Philalethes
Date: Dec 17, 1764
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Pages: 1
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When ill-grounded prejudices once gain the ascendency over our minds so far, as to suffer our cars to be shut against a candid examination of the truth, we can never expect either with propriety or equity, to be admitted as judges in any controversy;-- the Latin proverb may here be pertinently applied,-- " ... judices juste judicare, " i. e. Judges should judge justly, free from partiality, no ways influenced by fear on one...

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