To unite the jurisdiction of such cases with the ordinary jurisdiction, must have a tendency to unsettle the general rules, and to subject every case that arises to a special determination; while a separation of the one from the other has the contrary effect of rendering one a sentinel over the other, and of keeping each within the expedient limits.
It is true that the principles by which that relief is governed are now reduced to a regular system; but it is not the less true that they are in the main applicable to SPECIAL circumstances, which form exceptions to general rules.
The guests were crowding in, and special
places were marked for important people.
Take this and deliver it," said he to his adjutant, handing him the papers and still taking no notice of the special messenger.
Prince Andrew felt that either the actions of Kutuzov's army interested the Minister of War less than any of the other matters he was concerned with, or he wanted to give the Russian special messenger that impression.
Pascal, from considerations to which Amiel was no stranger, came to the large hopes of the Catholic Church; Amiel stopped short at a faith almost hopeless; and by stopping short just there he really failed, as we think, of intellectual consistency, and missed that appeasing influence which his nature demanded as the condition of its full activity, as a force, an intellectual force, in the world--in the special
business of his life.
The police had broken countless heads with their riot clubs; and the death list had been augmented by the turning loose of a machine-gun on the strikers from the barns of the Marsden Special Delivery Company.
They were thoroughly organized and well armed, and they were held in readiness to be hurled in special trains to any part of the country where labor went on strike or was locked out by the employers.
Thus, we can hardly believe that the webbed feet of the upland goose or of the frigate-bird are of special
use to these birds; we cannot believe that the same bones in the arm of the monkey, in the fore leg of the horse, in the wing of the bat, and in the flipper of the seal, are of special
use to these animals.
I went to the station-master's office," the latter continued, "and tried to persuade them to let me ride in the guard's van of your special, but he made a stupid fuss about it, so I thought I'd better come to you.
Your special will be backing down directly, sir," he announced, "but I am sorry to say that we hear very bad accounts of the line.
The roar came closer, and Saxon, leaning out, saw a dozen scabs, conveyed by as many special
police and Pinkertons, coming down the sidewalk on her side of tho street.
But there are certain conditions, Prince, that considering the special
circumstances of the case I feel impelled to propose.
And as she had a practical mind her judgment of men and things, though based on special
prejudices, was seldom totally wrong, and almost never wrong-headed.
Here an unfortunate special
laughed again, whereupon the magistrate threatened to commit him instantly.