Nothing But The Bill





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.





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