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" The critic never takes advantage of the occasion to gratify private malice, or to attain any other object beyond the fair discussion of matters of public interest, and the judicious guidance of the public taste. "
Concise Summary of the Law of Libel as it Affects the Press - Page 104
by William Graham Henderson - 1915 - 120 pages
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A Digest of the Law of Libel and Slander: With the Evidence, Procedure, and ...

William Blake Odgers - Forms (Law) - 1881 - 651 pages
...public comment. entertainment, a book published, or a picture exhibited. In every case the attack is on a man's acts, or on some thing, and not upon the man...himself. A true critic never indulges in personalities. 3. True criticism never imputes or insinuates dishonourable motives (unless justice absolutely requires...
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Pump Court: The Temple Newspaper and Review, Volume 7

Law - 1886
...Parliament, a public entertainment, a book published, oca picture exhibited. In every case the attack is on a man's acts, or on some thing, and not upon the man...subject-matter. 3. True criticism never imputes or intimates dishonourable motives (unless justice absolutely requires it, and then only on the clearest...
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A Digest of the Law of Libel and Slander: The Evidence, Procedure, and ...

William Blake Odgers - Libel and slander - 1887 - 803 pages
...Parliament, a public entertainment, a book published, or a picture exhibited. In every case the attack is on a man's acts, or on some thing, and not upon the man...subject-matter. 3. True criticism never imputes or insinuates dishonourable motives (unless justice absolutely requires it, and then only on the clearest proofs)....
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 76

Law reports, digests, etc - 1904
...Parliament, a public entertainment, a book published, or a picture exhibited. In every case the attack is on a man's acts, or on some thing, and not upon the man...himself. A true critic never indulges In personalities. (3) True criticism never imputes or insinuates dishonorable motives (unless justice absolutely requires...
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The American and English Encyclopedia of Law, Volume 13

John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland - Law - 1890
...parliament, a public entertainment, a book published, or a picture exhibited. In every case the attack is on a man's acts, or on some thing, and not upon the man...personalities, but confines himself to the merits of the subject matter. "3. True criticism never imputes or insinuates dishonorable motives (unless justice...
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The American and English Encyclopedia of Law, Volume 13

John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland - Law - 1890
...published, or a picture exhibited. In every case the attack is on a man's acts, or on some Iliing; and not upon the man himself. A true critic never...personalities, but confines himself to the merits of the subject m alter. "3. True criticism never imputes or insinuates dishonorable motives (unless justice...
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The South Australian Law Reports: Report of Cases Determined in ..., Volume 23

South Australia. Supreme Court - 1893
...never attacks the individual, but only his work ; " in every case the attack is on a man's acts or pn some thing, and not " upon the man himself. A true...personalities, " but confines himself to the merits of the subject matter." What acts of the plaintiff as a Magistrate had been commented on in the defendant's...
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The Criminal Code of Canada and the Canada Evidence Act, 1893, with an Extra ...

Canada - Criminal law - 1894 - 976 pages
...book published, or a picture exhibited. In every case the attack is on a man's acts, or on some thtng and not upon the man himself. A true critic never indulges in personalities, but confines himself entirely to the subject matter of his criticism. 3. True criticism never imputes or insinuates dishonourable...
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Reports of Cases Heard and Determined in the Appellate Division ..., Volume 138

New York (State). Supreme Court. Appellate Division, Marcus Tullius Hun, Jerome B. Fisher, Austin B. Griffin - Law reports, digests, etc - 1910
...private life or pry into his domestic concerns. It never attacks the individual, but only his work. A true critic never indulges in personalities, but...confines himself to the merits of the subject-matter, and never takes advantage of the occasion to attain any other object beyond the fair discussion of...
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The Law of Libel and Slander in Civil and Criminal Cases: As Administered in ...

Martin L. Newell - Libel and slander - 1898 - 1025 pages
...body, a public entertainment, a book published or a picture exhibited. In every case the attack is on a man's acts, or on some thing, and not upon the man...confines himself to the merits of the subject-matter. 3. It never imputes or insinuates dishonorable motives unless justice absolutely requires it, and then...
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