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" ... it would appear to one who could look down upon the community, as if the main business of us all were the commission of crime and the punishment of it : as if the whole colony were continually in motion towards the several courts of justice, and the... "
The Felony of New South Wales: Being a Faithful Picture of the Real Romance ... - Page 245
by James Mudie - 1837 - 362 pages
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1837
...punishment of it : as if the whole colony were continually in motion towards the several courts of justice, and the most painful reflection of all must be, that...such a state of things was an overwhelming defect of religious principle in this community ; a principle which he considered as the polar star to guide...
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New South Wales; Its Present State and Future Prospects: Being a Statement ...

James Macarthur - Electronic book - 1837 - 640 pages
...punishment of it : as if the whole colony were continually in motion towards the several courts of justice, and the most painful reflection of all must be, that...such a state of things, was an overwhelming defect of religious principle in this community ; a principle which he considered as the polar star to guide...
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New South Wales; Its Present State and Future Prospects: Being a Statement ...

James Macarthur - Electronic book - 1837 - 640 pages
...punishment of it ; as if the whole colony were continually in motion towards the several courts of justice, and the most painful reflection of all must be, that...the effect of preventing crime by way of example. 39 religious principle in this community ; a principle which he considered as the polar star to guide...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 22

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1838
...the punishment of it ; as if the whole colony were in motion towards the several courts of justice ; and the most painful reflection of all must be, that...many capital sentences, and the execution of them, had not had the effect of preventing crime by the way of example." Though the number of offenders convicted...
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Substance of a Speech on Transportation, Delivered in the House of Lords on ...

Richard Whately - Penal colonies - 1840 - 119 pages
...punishment of it; as if the whole colony were continually in motion towards the several courts of justice ; and the most painful reflection of all must be, that...such a state of things was, an overwhelming defect of religious principle in this community ; a principle which he considered as the polar star to guide...
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Speech on Transportation: Delivered in the House of Commons on the 5th May, 1840

Sir William Molesworth - Crime - 1840 - 76 pages
...the punishment of it; as if the whole colony were in motion towards the several courts of justice ; and the most painful reflection of all must be, that...so many capital sentences and the execution of them had not had the effect of preventing crime by the way of example." It may likewise be stated upon the...
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Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition During the ..., Volume 2

Charles Wilkes - Antarctica - 1845
...the punishment of it ; as if the whole colony was in motion towards the several courts of justice ; and the most painful reflection of all must be that so many capita] sentences, and the execution of them, had not had the effect of preventing crime, by way of...
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Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition: During the ..., Volume 2

Charles Wilkes - Antarctica - 1849
...the punishment of it ; as if the whole colony was in motion towards the several courts of justice; and the most painful reflection of all must be that...many capital sentences, and the execution of them, had not had the effect of preventing crime, by way of example. " In his opinion, one grand cause of...
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Introductory Lectures on Political-economy, Delivered at Oxford, in Easter ...

Richard Whately - Civilization - 1855 - 372 pages
...punishment of it ; as if the whole colony were continually in motion towards the several courts of justice ; and the most painful reflection of all must be, that...such a state of things was an overwhelming defect of religious principle in this community ; a principle which he considered as the polar star to guide...
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Introductory Lectures on Political-economy, Delivered at Oxford, in Easter ...

Richard Whately - Civilization - 1855 - 372 pages
...punishment of it; as if the whole colony were continually in motion towards the several courts of justice; and the most painful reflection of all must be, that...such a state of things was an overwhelming defect of religious principle in this community; a principle which he considered as the polar star to guide a...
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