It is therefore necessary that memorable things should be committed to writing, and not wholly betaken [i. e. , committed] to slippery memory which seldom yields a certain reckoning.
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Source Notes: Source: SIR EDWARD COKE, Les Reports de Edward Coke, vol. 1, p. 3 . Spelling modernized.
Sir Edward Coke
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