Nothing is so potent as the silent influence of a good example.
Nations are equal in respect to each other, and entitled to claim equal consideration for their rights, whatever may be their relative dimensions or strength or however greatly they may differ in government, religion or manners.
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James Kent was born in Fredericksburgh, New York, USA. He was an American jurist and legal scholar. He was the author of Commentaries on American Law. He graduated from Yale College in 1781. He was the first professor of law in Columbia College from 1793-98. In 1797, he was appointed Recorder of New York City and in 1798, a justice of the New York Supreme Court, in 1804 Chief Justice, and in 1814 Chancellor of New York.
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