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" All laws against wickedness are ineffectual, unless some will inform, and some will prosecute; but till we mitigate the penalties for mere violations of property, information will always be hated, and prosecution dreaded. The heart of a good man cannot... "
The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany - Seite 197
1819
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Harrison's British Classicks, Band 1

1785
..., the penalties for mere violations of property, information will always be h-ited, and prolecution dreaded. The heart of a good man cannot but recoil at the thought of punifhing a flight injury with death; efpecially when he remembers, that the thief might have procured...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: The Rambler

Samuel Johnson, Sir John Hawkins - 1787
...mitigate the penalties for mere violation* of property, information will always be hated, **nd profccution dreaded. The heart of a good man cannot but recoil at the thought of punilhing » 1 flight injury with death ; efpecially when he remembers, that the thief might have procured...
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Anthologia Hibernica: Or Monthly Collections of Science, Belles ..., Band 4

1794
...mitigate the penalties for mere violations of property, information will always be hated, and profecution dreaded. The heart of a good man cannot but recoil at the thought of puniming a flight injury with death, efpecially when he remembers that the thief might have procured...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson - 1801
...mitigate the penalties for mere violations of property, information will always be hated, and profecution dreaded. The heart of a good man cannot but recoil at the thought of punifhing a ffight injury with death ; efpecially when he remembers, that the thief might have procured...
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Rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1801
...mitigate the penalties for mere violations of property, information will always be hated, and profecution dreaded. The heart of a good man, cannot but recoil at the thought of puniming a flight injury with death ; efpecially when he remembers, that the thief might have procured...
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]., Band 3

1801
...mitigate the penalties for mere violations of property, information will always ba hated, and profecution dreaded. The heart of a good man cannot but recoil at the thought of puniQiing a flight injury with death ; efpccially D 3 when when he remembers that the thief might have...
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Select British Classics, Band 7

1803
...till we m'tigate the penalties for mere violations of property, information will always behated,and prosecution dreaded. The heart of a good man cannot but recoil at the TfiE ( thought of punishing a slight injury with death ; especially when he remembers, that the thief...
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The Rambler, by S. Johnson, Band 3

1806
...ineffectual, unless some will inform, and some will prosecute ; but till we mitigate the penalties for mere violations of property, information will always be...which he was restrained only by his remaining virtue. The obligations to assist the exercise of publick justice are indeed strong ; but they will certainly...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson - 1806
...ineffectual, unless home will inform, and some will prosecute; but till we mitigate the penalties. for mere violations of property, information will always be...which he was restrained only by his remaining virtue. The obligations to assist the exercise of publick: justice are indeed strong ; but they will certainly...
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The Belfast Monthly Magazine, Band 7

1811
...ineffectual, unless some will inform, and some will prosecute ; but till we mitigate the penalties for mere violations of property, information will always be...safety by another crime, from which he was restrained by his remaining virtue. Independently of its inhumanity, of its inutility, and of every other consideration,...
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