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" It is no new doctrine that if a publication be calculated to alienate the affections of the people, by bringing the government into dis-esteem, whether the expedient be by ridicule or obloquy, the person so conducting himself is exposed to the inflictions... "
The Country constitutional guardian and literary magazine [ed. by J.M. Gutch]. - Page 284
edited by - 1822
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A Treatise on Crimes and Indictable Misdemeanors, Volume 1

Sir William Oldnall Russell - Criminal law - 1826 - 828 pages
...lieutenant and lord chancellor of Ireland. Lord Ellenborough, CJ in his address to the jury observed, " It " is no new doctrine that if a publication be calculated...law. It is a crime ; it has ever been considered as a crime, " whether wrapt in one form or another. The case of Reg. v. " Tuchin, decided in the time...
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A treatise on the law of slander, libel, scandalum magnatum, and false ...

Thomas Starkie, Edward Duncan Ingraham - Libel and slander - 1826 - 616 pages
...the Weekly Register* entitled "Juvcrna." L<l. Ellenborough, CJ in summing up to the jury, observed, " It is no new doctrine, that if a publication be calculated...conducting himself, is exposed to the inflictions of the lair. It is a crime ; it has ever been considered as a crime, whether wrapt in one form or another....
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The Southern Review, Volume 3

1829
...his ministers." And Lord Ellenborough laid down the position in the case of the King vs. Cobtiett. " It is no new doctrine, that if a publication be calculated...people, by bringing the government into disesteem," (almost the words of the Sedition Law) " whether the expedient be by ridicule or obloquy, the person...
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The Southern Review, Volume 3

1829
...Law) "whether the expedient >e by ridicule or obloquy, the person so conducting himself is .v posed to the inflictions of the law. It is a crime it has ever M'cn considered a crime, whether wrapt in one form or ano:her." It was not from doctrines like these...
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A treatise on the law of slander and libel: and incidentally of ..., Volume 2

Thomas Starkie - Libel and slander - 1830
...penal consequences, as he is in doing every other act, if it tend to the prejudice of any individual. It is no new doctrine, that if a publication be calculated...inflictions of the law. It is a crime. It has ever been consi^ dered as a crime whether wrapt in one form or another. The case of the King v. Tutrhin, decided...
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A Practical and Elementary Abridgment of the Cases Argued and ..., Volume 12

Charles Erdman Petersdorff, Elisha Hammond - Law reports, digests, etc - 1831
...Ellenborough in Rex v. Cobbctt (Holt on Libel, 1 1 4; Stark, on Libel, 529), said, that if a publicati in t'i alienate the affections of the people, by bringing...the government into disesteem, whether the expedient resorted to ridicule or obloquy, the writer, publisher, kc. are punishable; and \vhiMhcr the defendant...
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The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer

Richard Burn - Justices of the peace - 1836
...lieutenant and lord chancellor of Ireland. Ld. EUenborough CJ, in his address to the jury, observed, " It is no new doctrine, that if a publication be calculated to alienate Expressing one or two letters only of a name. Whether true or false is not material in criminal proceedings....
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Crimes and Punishments;: Or, An Analytical Digest of The Criminal Statute ...

Edmund Hayes - Criminal procedure - 1837 - 674 pages
...advice, or in war, asserting falsely that the king labours under mental derangement, attempting to alienate the affections of the people by bringing the government into disesteem, or the like. 4 l. Com. 119; 3 D. & Ry. 464. The common law punishment of all misdemeanors, is fine...
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The Works of Jeremy Bentham, Now First Collected: Under the Superintendence ...

Jeremy Bentham - 1838
...in England. 2. 1. Rule concerning Disesteem. 1 Proof of the Rule Ch. Justice, p. 854 " It is no new doctrine, that if a publication be calculated...affections of the people, by bringing the government into duesteem, whether the expedient be ridicule or obloquy, the person so conducting himself is exposed...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 7

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1839
...Lord Ellenborough, in the case of Rex v. Cobbett, on the 24th May, 1 804, expressly said that it was " no new doctrine that if a publication be calculated...bringing the government into disesteem, whether the expressions be ridicule or obloquy, the person so conducting himself is exposed to the infliction of...
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