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" ... a sudden provocation one beats another in a cruel and unusual manner, so that he dies, though he did not intend his death, yet he is guilty of murder by express malice; that is, by an express evil design, the genuine sense of malitia. As when a park-keeper... "
A Compendium and Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts - Page 684
by Massachusetts, William Charles White - 1810
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Trial of Thomas O. Selfridge ...: Before the Hon. Isaac Parker ... For ...

Thomas Lloyd, George Caines - Trials (Murder) - 1807 - 168 pages
...evil design the genuine sense of malitia. As when a park-keeper tied a boy that was stealing wood, to a horse's tail, and dragged him along the park...school-master stamped on his scholar's belly ; so that i»aeh of the sufferers died ; tkese were justly held to be murders, tecause the correction being excessive,...
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Trial of Thomas O. Selfridge, Attorney at Law, Before the Hon. Isaac Parker ...

Thomas Oliver Selfridge, Thomas Lloyd - Trials (Murder) - 1807 - 168 pages
...evil design the genuine sense of malitia. As when a park-keeper tied a boy that was stealing wood, to a horse's tail, and dragged him along the park...and a school-master stamped on his scholar's belly t so that each of the sufferers died ; those were justly held to be murders, k«eanse the correction...
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The Whole Law Relative to the Duty and Office of a Justice of the Peace ...

Thomas Walter Williams - Justices of the peace - 1808 - 1172 pages
...park "'' tied a hoy that was stealing wood, to a horse's tail, and dragged him along the park ; where a master corrected his servant with an iron bar; and...these were justly held to be murders, because the currecticn being excessive, and such; as could not proceda but from a bad heart, it was equivalent...
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A Summary of the Law Relative to Pleading and Evidence in Criminal Cases ...

John Frederick Archbold - Criminal procedure - 1822 - 437 pages
...manslaughter at the least, and in some cases (according to the circumstances) murder. 1 Hale, 473, 474. Where a master corrected his servant with an iron bar, and...that each of the sufferers died : these were justly holden to be murders ; because the correction being excessive, and such as could not proceed but from...
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A Summary of the Law Relative to Pleading and Evidence in Criminal Cases ...

John Frederick Archbold - Criminal procedure - 1824 - 429 pages
...schoolmaster stamped on his scholar's belly, so that each of the" sufferers died : these were justly holden to be murders ; because the correction being excessive, and such as could not proceed but from abad heart, it was equivalent to a deliberate act of killing. Id. Fost. 262. So, in all other cases,...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

Sir William Blackstone, Sir John Taylor Coleridge - Law - 1825
...evil design, the genuine sense of malitia. As when a park-keeper tied a boy, that was stealing wood, to a horse's tail, and dragged him along the park...not proceed but from a bad heart, it was equivalent [ 200 ] to a deliberate act of slaughter ". Neither shall he be guilty of a less crime, who kills another...
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Commentaries on the laws of England. [Another]

William Blackstone (sir.) - 1825
...evil design, the genuine sense of malitia. As when a park-keeper tied a boy, that was stealing wood, to a horse's tail, and dragged him along the park...not proceed but from a bad heart, it was equivalent r 200 ] to a deliberate act of slaughter *. Neither shall he be guilty of a less crime, who kills another...
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The Book of the Constitution of Great Britain

Thomas Stephen - Constitutional history - 1835 - 788 pages
...malice, that is, by an express evil design. As when a park keeper tied a boy that was stealing wood to a horse's tail and dragged him along the park,...murders ; because the correction being excessive, it must have proceeded from a bad heart, and was equivalent to a deliberate act of slaughter. To dismember,...
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The Book of the Constitution of Great Britain

Thomas Stephen - Constitutional history - 1835 - 788 pages
...malice, that is, by an express evil design. As when a park keeper tied a boy that was stealing wood to a horse's tail and dragged him along the park,...servant with an iron bar, and a schoolmaster stamped on hischolar's belly, so that each of the sufferers died : these were justly held to be murders; because...
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Select extracts from Blackstone's Commentaries, with questions, notes and ...

William Blackstone (sir.) - 1837
...evil design, the genuine sense of malitia. As when a park-keeper tied a boy, that was stealing wood, to a horse's tail, and dragged him along the park...with an iron bar ; and a schoolmaster stamped on his scholar, so that each of the sufferers died; these were justly held to be murders, because the correction...
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