He had instituted the Court of Session, the "Feifteen," the law lords in their grave if short-lived dignity.
"You had better have written to the law lords to urge on the divorce," he returned.
To one who understands the cause as I do, nothing could appear more scandalous than the pleadings of the two law lords.
Palmerston in 1856 determined to remedy its defects by the addition of two law lords who should be life peers.
The judges of the supreme court were always summoned to Parliament, as the law lords sit in the Upper House to-day.
I was quite shocked to find what democrats the sailors are—they seem to hate the nobility—especially the law lords.
The law lords, whose advice is required to guide the unlearned majority, are employed daily in administering justice elsewhere.
As I told the Premier t' other day, Providence always takes care that these law lords have rarely successors.
On that occasion there was a difference of opinion among the law lords themselves.