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Glorious Uncertainty of the Law (The)

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1756. The toast of Mr. Wilbraham at a dinner given to the judges and counsel in Serjeant’s Hall. This dinner was given soon after Lord Mansfield had overruled several ancient legal decisions and had introduced many innovations in the practice.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Glencoe
Glendoveor
Glendower (Owen)
Glim
Globe of Glass (Reynard’s)
Gloria
Gloria in Excelsis
Gloriana. (Queen Elizabeth considered as a sovereign.)
Glorious John
Glorious First of June
Glorious Uncertainty of the Law (The)
Glory
Glory Demon (The)
Glory Hand
Glory be to the Father
Glossin (Lawyer)
Gloucester
Glove
Glove
Glove Money
Gloves