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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
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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 law - 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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