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" Liberty of criticism must be allowed, or we should have neither purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science. That publication, therefore, I shall never consider as a libel... "
A Treatise on the Law of Slander, Libel, Scandalum Magnatum, and False ... - Strana 272
autor/autoři: Thomas Starkie - 1813 - 688 str.
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The Law of Pleading and Evidence in Civil Actions: Arranged Alphabetically ...

John Simcoe Saunders - 1851 - 1417 str.
...general run of the plt.'s publications (Tabart v. Tipper, 1 Camp. 350). A publication is not libellous which has for its object not to injure the reputation...any individual but to correct misrepresentations of facts, to refute sophistical reasoning, to expose a vicious taste in literature, and to censure what...
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Reports of Cases Decided at Nisi Prius and at the Crown Side on ..., Svazek 1

Thomas Campbell Foster, William Francis Finlason - 1860
...neither have purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essen- WlLK "' NSON, tially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science. That publication I shall never consider as a libel which has for its object, not to injure the reputation of any one,...
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Reports of Cases Decided at Nisi Prius and at the Crown Side on ..., Svazek 1

Thomas Campbell Foster, William Francis Finlason - 1860
...allowed, or we should neither have purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science. That publication I shall never consider as a libel which has for its object, not to injure the reputation of any one,...
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Scottish Law Magazine, and Sheriff Court Reporter, Svazek 3

1861
...individual, : tbis Judn.ment: — " but to correct misrepresentations of fact, to refule soplas- •"> tical reasoning, to expose a vicious taste in literature, or to " censure what is hostile to morality." Tabart v. Tipper, 4th June, 1808, 1. Cnmp.; Kep. 352; and in a recent case Lord Jeffrey said — "It...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Svazky 14–15

1863
...allowed, or we should have neither purity of taste or of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....has for its object, not to injure the reputation of another, but to correct misrepresentations of fact, to refute sophistical reasoning, to expose a vicious...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Svazek 15

1863
...allowed, or we should have neither purity of taste or of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....therefore, I shall never consider as a libel which has for ita object, not to injure the reputation of another. but to correct misrepresentations of fact, to...
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Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, Svazek 68

1863
...allowed, or we would neither have purity of taste or murals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....That publication, therefore, I shall never consider a libel which has for its object not to injure the reputation of an individual, but to correct misrepresentation...
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Knowledge for the time: a manual of reading, reference and conversation

John Timbs - 1864
...Moreover, we have the general but most emphatic testimony of Lord Ellenborough, that wherethe "object" is "to correct misrepresentations of fact, to refute...literature, or to censure what is hostile to morality," there can be no libel. In a case against the Lincolnshire Chronicle, the Judge, Mr. Justice Coleridge,...
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Knowledge for the Time: A Manual of Reading, Reference, and Conversation on ...

John Timbs - 1864 - 294 str.
...Moreover, we have the general but most emphatic testimony of Lord Ellenborough, that wherethe "object" is "to correct misrepresentations of fact, to refute...literature, or to censure what is hostile to morality," there can be no libel. 'na case against the LincolnshireChronickjttiz Judge, Mr. Justice Bridge, laid...
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Knowledge for the Time: A Manual of Reading, Reference, and Conversation on ...

John Timbs - 1864 - 294 str.
...Moreover, we have the general but most emphatic testimony of LordEllenborough,thatwherethe "object" is "to correct misrepresentations of fact, to refute...literature, or to censure what is hostile to morality," there can be no libel. In a case against the Lincolnshire Chronicle Jk£ Judge, Mr. Justice Coleridge,...
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