But the growth of the work early led her to apply the free agency of lay preachers; and later in life the refusal of the Church of England, upheld by the Courts, to consider her action legal in considering them to belong to the Established Church, drove her in self-defence to constitute her chapels into a connexion with a legal standing and rights.
His clients pay not so much for legal as for manly accomplishments,for courage, conduct, and a commanding social position, which enable him to make their claims heard and respected.
But as soon as the guardianship had expired, he knew that in order to be of use in helping Macomer to rob his ward, he should be obliged to artificially construct the instruments needed, in such a way as to appear legal to the world.
The latter, in virtue of polygamy, which is legal among the Mussulmans, are sent to the Arabic countries, where they are exchanged for ivory.
The first report secured from the law officers of the Crown took the ground that the capture was legal under international law and under the practice of Great Britain itself.