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" A man guilty of breaking these, though he cannot be transported for a felon or indicted for treasonable practices, is yet, in the High Court of Custom, branded as a flagrant offender against decorum, as notorious for an unprecedented infringement on propriety.... "
Microcosm - Page 136
by Gregory Griffin, George Canning - 1793
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The Microcosm: a periodical work

Gregory Griffin, John Smith, George Canning, Robert Percy Smith, John Hookham Frere - Literary Collections - 1788 - 455 pages
...morality. A man. guilty of breaking thefe, though he cannot be tranfported for a felon, or indicted for treafonable practices, is yet, in the High Court...fpecies of Authors more fubject to them, than Periodical EfK fayllls. . fayifts. Homer having prefcribed the form, or, to ufe a more modern phrafe, fet the...
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The microcosm [ed. by G. Canning and others]. [Another]

George Canning - 1793
...Cuftom, branded as a flagrant offender aťaind decorum, as notorious for an unprecedented infringement oa propriety. There is no race of men on whom thefe laws...prefcribed the form, or, to ufe a more modern phrafe, Jet the fajhion of Epic Poems, whoever pxefurnes. to deviate from his plan, muft not hope to participate...
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The Microcosm: A Periodical Work, Volume 1

1809
...treasonable practices, is yet, in the high court of custom, branded as a flagrant offender against decorum, as notorious for an unprecedented infringement on propriety. There is no race of men on whom these laws are more Mvere than anthors ; and no species of anthors more subject to them, than periodical...
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The gleaner: a series of periodical essays, Volumes 1-4

English essays - 1811
...treasonable practices, is yet, in the high court of custom, branded as a flagrant offender against decorum, as notorious for an unprecedented infringement on propriety. There is no race of men on whom these laws jtre more severe than authors ; and no species of authors more subject to them, than periodical...
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Microcosm. General index

Lionel Thomas Berguer - English essays - 1823
...treasonable practices, is yet, in the high court of -custom, branded as a flagrant offender against decorum, as notorious for an unprecedented infringement on propriety. There is no race of men on whom these laws are more severe than authors ; and no species of authors more subject to them, than periodical...
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The microcosm [ed. by G. Canning and others]. [Another]

George Canning - 1825
...treasonable practices, is yet, in the high court of custom, branded as a flagrant offender against decorum, as notorious for an unprecedented infringement •on propriety. There is no race of men on whom these laws are more severe than authors ; and no species of authors more subject to them than periodical...
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Parodies and other burlesque pieces

George Canning, John Hookham Frere, George Ellis, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Burlesques - 1890 - 446 pages
...treasonable practices, is yet, in the High Court of Custom, branded as a flagrant offender against decorum, as notorious for an unprecedented infringement on propriety. There is no race of men on whom these laws are more severe than authors, and no species of authors more subject to them than periodical...
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