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most celebrated in the whole history of English law. Its results were of momentous importance to the liberty of the press in Great Britain. It led, eventually, to Fox's bill, brought forward and passed into a law twenty-two years after, viz: in 1791. By this law, in all prosecutions for libel, the jury are made judges of the lawcularly in cases relating to the liberty of the press, and the constitutional power and duties of juries," This resolution produced a furious debate, in which Fox, than in his year, took the side of the Ministry, and Burks that of the people. Singularly enough, Fox was, twenty years after, the very man who settled the wholeFox was, twenty years after, the very man who settled the whole matter on the popular side, by his bill for regulating the law in cases of trial for libel. Mr. Glynn's resolution was voted down. The hearing of the arguments upon the motion in arrest of judgment and the motion to compel the defendant to show cause why the verdict should not be entered up according to the legal import of t