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Suffrage School
 
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Sir Wm Blackstone:  1723-1780 Commentaries on the English Law's
 
Sir Wm Blackstone:  1723-1780 Commentaries on the English Law's
Common Law  That law which derives its force and authority  from the universal consent and innumerorial  practice of the people. but which has never received the sanction of  the legislature by an express law, being so distinguished from the statute law. in this country, C.L. of Eng. has been adopted as the basis of our juris-prudence in all the States except Louisiana. Many of the most
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Common Law  That law which derives its force and authority  from the universal consent and immemorial practice of the people. but which has never received the sanction of  the legislature by an express law, being so distinguished from the statute law. In this country, C.L. of Eng. has been adopted as the basis of our jurisprudence in all the States except Louisiana. Many of the most

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Suffrage School Sir Wm Blackstone: 1723-1780 Commentaries on the English Law's Common Law That law which derives its force and authority from the universal consent and immemorial practice of the people. but which has never received the sanction of the legislature by an express law, being so distinguished from the statute law. In this country, C.L. of Eng. has been adopted as the basis of our jurisprudence in all the States except Louisiana. Many of the most