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As the manner of their Deaths, renders it impossible to prove
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As the manner of their Deaths, renders it impossible to prove which of the two was the longest liven, by positive evidence, the best that can be had must govern, and that is presumption from circumstances. It seems to be a good Rule. That where certain Facts are given or are proved, and out of those Facts, such Circumstances arise; as afford a violent Presumption such should be taken as positive Evid. A Vive Vore Evid. may be mistaken, may be deceived or may wickedly inferred to deceive others, but Circumstances cannot lie.

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As the manner of their Deaths, renders it impossible to prove which of the two was the longest liven, by positive evidence, the best that can be had must govern, and that is presumption from circumstances. It seems to be a good Rule. That where certain Facts are given or are proved, and out of those Facts, such Circumstances arise; as afford a violent Presumption such should be taken as positive Evid. A Vive Vore Evid. may be mistaken, may be deceived or may wickedly inferred to deceive others, but Circumstances cannot lie.