Sir Francis Buller, 1st Baronet Quote

It seems to me that the argument of the defendant's counsel blows hot and cold at the same time.


L'Anson v. Stuart (1787), 1 T. R. 753. Compare: ".... This would be blowing hot and cold". Lawrence, J., Berkeley Peerage Case (1811), 4 Camp. 412; "Hot and cold were in one body fixt; And soft with hard, and light with heavy mixt", Dryden.

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It seems to me that the argument of the defendant's counsel blows hot and cold at the same time.

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It seems to me that the argument of the defendant's counsel blows hot and cold at the same time.

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It seems to me that the argument of the defendant's counsel blows hot and cold at the same time.

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It seems to me that the argument of the defendant's counsel blows hot and cold at the same time.