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CONSIDERATIONS

ON

CRIMINAL LAW.

VOL. I.

ON
CRIMINAL LAW.

By HENRY DAGGE, Efq;

IN THREE VOLUME S.

VOL. I.

Laws justly made for the Preservation of the Common-weal
without extreme Punishment, or great Penalty, are more
often obeyed and kept than Laws and Statutes made with
great and extreme Punishments. Mar, c. 1. Preamble.

Juftum certe eft quod collapsa legis æquitas restauretur, et

ut divina imaginis vehiculum, quod fuperiores pridem
ætates ob gravissima crimina nequaquam tollerent,
le vioribus hodie ex deli&lis non perderetur.

THE SECOND EDITION, CORRECTED,.

AND GREATLY ENLARGED.

LONDON:
Printed for T. Longman, in Paternoster-Row; and

T. Cadell, in the Strand.

MDCCLXXIV.

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