Full and Authentic Report of the Tilak Trial. 1908. Being the Only Authorised Verbatim Account of the Whole Proceedings with Introduction and Character Sketch of Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Together with Press Opinion
N.C.Kelkar, 1908 - 38 pages
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accused administration Advocate agitation Anglo-Indian appear application arguments attempt authorities bomb Bombay Bureaucracy called cause charge Chief Code committed consideration considered conviction Council course Court Criminal Crown dated defence direct discussion duty effect England English evidence excite explanation express fact feelings Gentlemen give given Government guilty hand headed High Court India intention Judge June Jury Justice Kesari language learned Lord Lordship Magistrate Marathi matter means measures mind motive murder newspaper object offence official opinion original party passed person Police political Poona present Press produce Prosecution prove published punishment question Reads reason referred reform regard repressive rule Section 124 sedition sentence subjects taken thing Tilak tion translations trial tried verdict whole wish words writing written आहे नाही
Page 97 - Her Majesty will not review or interfere with the course of criminal proceedings, unless it is shown that, by a disregard of the forms of legal process, or by some violation of the principles of natural justice, or otherwise, substantial and grave injustice has been done...
Page 9 - All. I wish to say is that in spite of the verdict of the Jury, I maintain that I am innocent. There are higher powers that rule the destinies of things, and it may be the will of Providence that the cause which I represent may prosper more by my suffering than by my remaining free".
Page 109 - Men who injure and oppress the people under their administration provoke them to cry out and complain; and then make that very complaint the foundation for new oppressions and prosecutions.
Page 109 - ... the liberty both of exposing and opposing arbitrary power (in these parts of the world, at least) by speaking and writing truth.
Page 100 - ... say that a man must be taken to intend the natural consequences of his acts...
Page 77 - Comments expressing dsapprobation of the administrative or other action of the Government without exciting or attempting to excite hatred, contempt or disaffection, do not onstitute an offence under this section...
Page 138 - The government of a people by itself has a meanI ing, and a reality ; but such a thing as government of one people by another, does not and cannot exist. One people may keep another as a warren or preserve for its own use, a place to make money in, a human cattle farm to be worked for the profit of its own inI / habitants. But if the good of the governed is the proper business of a government, it is utterly impossible that a people should directly attend to it.
Page 84 - The rule of strict construction, as applied to penal statutes, has been much modified in recent years: "The rule of strict construction, however, whenever invoked, comes attended with qualifications and other rules no less important; and it is by the light which each contributes that the meaning must be determined. Among them is the rule that that sense of the words is to be adopted which best harmonizes with the context, and promotes in the fullest manner the policy and object of the legislature.
Page 109 - Court and you gentlemen of the jury is not of small nor private concern, it is not the cause of a poor printer, nor of New York alone, which you are now trying: No! It may in its consequence affect every freeman that lives under a British government on the main of America. It is the best cause. It is the cause of liberty...