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He wrote to his friend, Francis Jeffrey, the editor of the Edinburgh Review, asking him for 10 (Jeffrey sent 50, which arrived after Hazlitt's death). He did not; and was accordingly plundered again in a less dexterous and a more direct manner. Certain other societies may respect the rule of force-we respect the rule of law. Inhabitantes de Haughton (1718 1 Str. No one, artist or poet, of whatever school, who had any insight or any love of things noble and lovable, ever passed by this man without taking away some pleasant and exalted memory of him. The law protects nothing in that very respect, in which it is, at the same time, in the eye of the law, a crime. With this goes Hazlitt's sense of the power of the English popular will. Sir Edward Coke, Le Second Part Des Reportes Del Edward Coke (16001659. Lord Mansfield, Sulfton.