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[103] especially as the majority of proofs are to be found in the special circumstances of individual cases and have [p. 259] no connexion with any other dispute, and therefore while they are the strongest, are also the least obvious, since, whereas we derive what is common to all cases from general rules, we have to discover for ourselves whatever is peculiar to the case which we have in hand.

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