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[90] As regards questions of quantity, number, relation, and, as some have thought, comparison, the [p. 457] case is different. For these have no connexion with the complexities of the law, but are concerned with reason only. Consequently they must always be regarded as coming under conjecture or quality, as, for instance, when we ask with what purpose, or at what time, or place something was done.

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