Most Viewed

A Walking Stick
Idolatry
Erudite
White Teeth
An Honor To Tipperary
Ingratitude
Welsh Wig-ging
A New Sign
An East Indian Chaplaincy
Witty Coward


Least Viewed

The Tanner; An Epigram
New Relationship
Cause And Effect
Henry Erskine
Inquest Extraordinary
A Pertinent Question
The Debt Paid
All The Difference
A Good Reason
Walpoliana


Random Jests

A Capital Letter
Foote's Last Joke
An Honest Horse
Chin-surveying
Insurance Assurance
French Language
Short And Sharp
Force Of Habit
Epigram
A Place Wanted




Nothing But The Bill

Jests Home




JOHN HORNE TOOKE'S opinion upon the subject of law was admirable. Law,
he said, ought to be, not a luxury for the rich, but a remedy, to be
easily, cheaply, and speedily obtained by the poor. A person observed
to him, how excellent are the English laws, because they are impartial,
and our courts of justice are open to all persons without distinction.
And so, said Tooke, is the London Tavern, to such as can afford to
pay for their entertainment.





Next: An Extinguisher

Previous: Look In His Face



Add to Informational Site Network
Report
Privacy
ADD TO EBOOK


Viewed 1375