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" ... that, before a plea of insanity should be allowed, undoubted evidence ought to be adduced that the accused was of diseased mind, and that at the time he committed the act he was not conscious of right or wrong. "
Annual Register - Page 361
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 85

Edmund Burke - History - 1844
...or persons is charged with the commission of a crime, murder for example, and insanity is set up aa a defence r " The Judges, in answer to this question,...be allowed, undoubted evidence ought to be adduced thut the accused was of diseased mind, and that at the time he committed the act he was not conscious...
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THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN MEDICAL REVIEW OR QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF PRACTICAL ...

JOHN FORBES M.D. - 1843
...that every man should be considered of sane mind until the contrary were clearly proved in evidence. That before a plea of insanity should be allowed, undoubted evidence ought to be adJuced that the accused was of diseased mind, and that at the time he committed lie act he was not...
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THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN MEDICAL REVIEW OR QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF PRACTICAL ...

JOHN FORBES M.D. - 1843
...that every man should be considered of sane mind until the contrary were clearly proved in evidence. That before a plea of insanity should be allowed, undoubted evidence ought to be adJuced that the accused was of diseased mind, and that at the time he committed lie act he was not...
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The Journal of Prison Discipline and Philanthropy, Volume 1

Prisons - 1845
...that every man should be considered of sane mind until the contrary were clearly proved in evidence. That before a plea of insanity should be allowed,...he committed the act he was not conscious of right and wrong. This opinion related to every case in which a party was charged with an illegal act, and...
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The Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine: Comprising Treatises on the ..., Volume 3

Robley Dunglison - Medicine - 1845
...that every man should be considered of sane mind until the contrary were clearly proved in evidence. That before a plea of insanity should be allowed,...he committed the act he was not conscious of right and wrong. This opinion related to every case in which a party was charged with an illegal act, and...
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The Trial of William Freeman: For the Murder of John G. Van Nest, Including ...

William Freeman, Benjamin Franklin Hall, Amariah Brigham - Trials (Murder) - 1848 - 508 pages
...should be considered of sane mind until the contrary were clearly proved in evidence; that before the plea of insanity should be allowed, undoubted evidence...he committed the act, he was not conscious of right and wrong. This opinion related to every case in which a party was charged with an illegal act and...
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THE JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE AND MENTAL PATHOLOGY

FORBES WINSLOW, M.D - 1852
...hefore a plea of insanity should he allowed, undouhted evidence onght to he adduced that the aecused was of diseased mind, and that at the time he committed the act he was not conseious of right and wrong." Such is the view which the law takes regarding the plea of insanity,...
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Medical jurisprudence

Alfred Swaine Taylor - 1853 - 621 pages
...that every man should be considered of sane mind until the contrary was clearly proved in evidence. That before a plea of insanity should be allowed,...diseased mind, and that at the time he committed the act, lie teas not conscivuf of ritjht or wroiiy. Every person was supposed to know what the law was, and...
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the dublin quarterly journal of medical science

The Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science VOL.XVIII August and November,1854 - 1854
...phenomena, as essential for the diagnosis of such diseases. of the fifteen judges decided in 1843, " That before a plea of insanity should be allowed,...adduced that the accused was of diseased mind, and at the time he committed the act he was not conscious of right and wrong." Hence, though a man be of...
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the journal psychological medicine and mental pathology

forbes winslow - 1854
...that every man should be considered of sane mind until the contrary be clearly proved in evidence. That before a plea of insanity should be allowed,...evidence ought to be adduced that the accused was of unsound mind, and that, at the time he committed the act, he was not conscious of right or wrong. Every...
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