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to be considered authoritative. 2 Wils. R. 1, 2; 1 Burr. Rep. 364; 1 Bl.
Rep. 101; 3 T. R. 64, 241. See North American Review, July, 1826, pp. 8, 13,
for an account of the principal abridgments.ANALOGY, construction. The similitude of relations which exist between things

compared.
2. To reason analogically, is to draw conclusions based on this
similitude of relations, on the resemblance, or the connexion which is
perceived between the objects compared. "It is this guide," says Toollier,
which leads the law lawgiver, like other men, without his observing it. It
is analogy which induces us, with reason, to suppose that, following the
example of the Creator of the universe, the lawgiver has established general
and uniform laws, which it is unnecessary to repeat in all