A Ground of Irritation

“Or, it may be, many are counted scandalous who cannot legally and judicially be found to be such. For it is more easy to assert a scandal that to prove [one], even often when it is true. And it being rather a ground of irritation than edification, when a process is entered and not convincingly made out; therefore often in duty some processes are abstained” (Durham, pp.104-105).

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