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Commentaries on the Laws of England, Vol. 4 of 4 (Classic Reprint)
by:Sir William Blackstone
COMMENTARIES on the LAWS of ENGLAND. Book the fourth. Of PUBLIC WRONGS; Chapter the first. Of the NATURE of CRIMES; and their PUNISHMENT. WX are now arrived at the fourth arid Iafl branch of thefe commentaries which treats of public wrongs, or crimes and mifdttnefnors. For wc may remember that, in the beginning of the preceding volume % wrongs were...
COMMENTARIES on the LAWS of ENGLAND. Book the fourth. Of PUBLIC WRONGS; Chapter the first. Of the NATURE of CRIMES; and their PUNISHMENT. WX are now arrived at the fourth arid Iafl branch of thefe commentaries which treats of public wrongs, or crimes and mifdttnefnors. For wc may remember that, in the beginning of the preceding volume % wrongs were divided into two forts or fpecies ; the one private, and the other public. Private wrongs, which are frequently termed civil injuries, were the fubjedt of that entire book : we are now therefore, laftly, to proceed to the confideration of public wrongs, or crimes and mifdemefnors; with the means of their prevention and punishment. In the purfuit of which fubjer I fball confider, in the firft place, the general nature, of crimes and punishments j fecondly, the perfons capable of committing crimes j a Book Hi, ch. x. Vol. IV. A thirdly.Table of Contents CON Tf^E NT S; Book IV Of Public Wrongs; Chap I; Of /^Nature of Crimes; and their Punishment Page i; Chap IL; Of Persons Capable of committing; Crimes 20;; Chap III Of Principals and Accessories, 34; Chap IV Of Offences againjt God and Religion 41; Chap V; 0/(Defences againfi the Law of Nat ions 66; a 2 ChapCONTENTS; r h a p VI; 0/ Hjgh Treason: 74; Chap VII; Of Felonies, injurious to the King'* Prerogative 94*; Chap VIII Of Praemunire 103; Chap IX; Of Misprisions and Contempts ajfefting the King and Government 119*; Chap X Of Offences againfi Public Justice 127; Chap XL Of Offences againfi the Public Peace 142; Chap XII, Of Offences againfi Public Trade 154; Chap XIII; Of Offences againfi the Public Health, and the Public Police or Osconomy itfi; Chap; CONTENTS; Chap XIV 0/ Homicide, 176'; Chap XV; Of Offences againfi the Persons of Individuals, 205*; Chap XVI; Of Offences againfi the Habitations of Individuals 220,; Chap XVII Of Ofpences againfi Private Property 229; Chap XVIII Of the means of Preventing offences,
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