Notes and Commentaries on Chinese Criminal Law, and Cognate Topics: With Special Relation to Ruling Cases. Together with a Brief Excursus on the Law of Property, Chiefly Founded on the Writings of the Late Sir Chaloner Alabaster ...

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Luzac & Company, 1899 - Criminal law - 677 pages
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Page 4 - This preventive justice consists in obliging those persons whom there is a probable ground to suspect of future misbehaviour, to stipulate with and to give full assurance to the public, that such offence as is apprehended shall not happen; by finding pledges or securities for keeping the peace, or for their good behaviour.
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Page 693 - Formula, edited with Transliterations. Translations, and full Vocabulary from Tablets of the Kuyunjik Collection preserved in the British Museum. By LEONARD W. KING, MA, Assistant in the Department of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities, British Museum. Roy.
Page 695 - KING, MA This volume will contain a number of transliterations and translations of the texts of the 100 letters and despatches which are printed in volume 2 ; to these will be added indexes of proper names etc. and a List of Characters. An attempt will be made to give a description of the circumstances under which these letters were written, and short notes on points of grammar, history, etc. will be added. — In the Press. Vol. V. The History of Rabban Hormizd by Mar Simon, the disciple of Mar...
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