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JEWS. See De Judaismo Statutum.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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``Let Gurth do thine office, Oswald,'' said Wamba with his usual effrontery; ``the swineherd will be a fit usher to the Jew.''
``an unbelieving Jew, and admitted into this presence!''
``A dog Jew,'' echoed the Templar, ``to approach a defender of the Holy Sepulchre?''
"To bait fish withal," snarls the Jew. "If it will feed nothing else it will feed my revenge.
Pay the Jew ten times the money and tear up the bond, rather than that Antonio shall lose a single hair through Bassanio's fault."
The Duke tries to soften the Jew's heart and make him turn to mercy, in vain.
When the coffee was done, the Jew drew the saucepan to the hob.
After satisfiying himself upon this head, the Jew stepped gently to the door: which he fastened.
"Will you sign the articles to that?" the Jew demanded, cutting in on the ancient's maunderings.
"Of spirits, I suppose?" the Jew asked sarcastically.
All I have revealed about the Wandering Jew can be amply proven by reference to our guide.
At that portion of the ancient wall of Solomon's Temple which is called the Jew's Place of Wailing, and where the Hebrews assemble every Friday to kiss the venerated stones and weep over the fallen greatness of Zion, any one can see a part of the unquestioned and undisputed Temple of Solomon, the same consisting of three or four stones lying one upon the other, each of which is about twice as long as a seven-octave piano, and about as thick as such a piano is high.