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" What tended to corrupt society was held to be a breach of the peace, and punishable by indictment. The courts are guardians of the public morals, and therefore have jurisdiction in such cases. Hence it follows that an offense may be punishable, if in... "
Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania - Strana 102
autor/autoři: Pennsylvania. Supreme Court, Thomas Sergeant, William Rawle - 1820
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A Complete Practical Treatise on Criminal Procedure, Pleading, and Evidence ...

John Frederick Archbold - 1853 - 2864 str.
...Queen Anne.) But the authority of that case was destroyed, upon great consideration, the King v. Curl, (1 George II.) 2 Str. 788. The law was in Curl's case..."What tended to corrupt society, was held to be a broach of the peace and punishable by indictment. The courts are guardians of the public morals, and...
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Journal of the Senate of Minnesota Sitting as a High Court of ..., Svazek 1

Eugene St. Julien Cox - 1882 - 3006 str.
...the authority for that case was destroyed, upon great consideration, in the King vs. Curl (1 Geo. 2,) 2 Str. 788 The law was in Curl's case, established...The courts are guardians of the public morals, and tfurefore, haw jurisdiction in sue, case. Hence it follows that an offense may be punishable, if in...
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Svazek 69

1886
...public indocencj were always indictable, as tending to corrupt the public morals, I have no doubt. What tended to corrupt society was held to be a breach of the peace, and punishable by iudictment. The courts are guardians of the public morals, and therefore have jurisdiction in such...
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Household Guest, Svazek 1

1888
...law in Curl's case was established upon true principles. What tends to corrupt society was held to be punishable by indictment. " The courts are guardians...jurisdiction in such cases. Hence it follows that an offense may be punishable if in its nature, and by its example, it tends to the corruption of morals...
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A Digest of Important Cases on the Law of Crimes

John Romain Rood - 1906 - 623 str.
...Delaval, 3 Burr. 1434 [above] ; and of Blackstone in 4 Bl. Com. 64. * * * The law in Curl's case was established upon true principles. What tended to corrupt...jurisdiction in such cases. Hence it follows that an offense may be punishable if in its nature and by its example it tends to the corruption of morals,...
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The Pacific Reporter, Svazek 102

1909
...nuisance the judge recognizes the case of King v. Curl, supra, as laying down the rule that whatever tended to corrupt society was held to be a breach of the peace and punishable, adding: "Hence It follows that an offense may be punishable, If in Its nature and by its example It...
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The Public Conscience: Social Judgments in Statute and Common Law

George Clarke Cox - 1922 - 483 str.
...his person. Neither is there any doubt that the publication of an indecent book is indictable. . . . What tended to corrupt society was held to be a breach...jurisdiction in such cases. Hence it follows that an offense may be punishable if in its nature and by its example it tends to the corruption of morals...
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Sentimental Bodies: Sex, Gender, and Citizenship in the Early Republic

Bruce Burgett - 1998 - 217 str.
..."public morality' are prosecutable in temporal courts. "What tends to corrupt society." Tughman writes, "was held to be a breach of the peace and punishable by indictment, The courts are the guardians of public morals, and therefore, have jurisdiction in such cases" ' 100101), In Scí...
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Burning Books

Haig A. Bosmajian - 2006 - 233 str.
...commonwealth of Pennsylvania." In deciding against Sharpless, Judge Tilgman declared: "The law was in Curll's case established upon true principles. What tended...guardians of the public morals, and therefore have justification in such cases. Hence it follows, that an offence may be punishable, if in its nature...
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