Edward Coke Quote

It is better, saith the law, to suffer a mischief that is peculiar to one, than an inconvenience that may prejudice many.


The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England, Or, A Commentary Upon Littleton (ed. 1812)

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It is better, saith the law, to suffer a mischief that is peculiar to one, than an inconvenience that may prejudice many.

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It is better, saith the law, to suffer a mischief that is peculiar to one, than an inconvenience that may prejudice many.

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It is better, saith the law, to suffer a mischief that is peculiar to one, than an inconvenience that may prejudice many.

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It is better, saith the law, to suffer a mischief that is peculiar to one, than an inconvenience that may prejudice many.