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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.

    of Salo-mon in Englishe, a booke called,the pricke of conscience.Iohn Ed-mundes,of Burfordtaylor.The crime against Ioh. Edmūds: For hauing a certeine Englishebooke of the Commaundementes.Ioh. Harrys.For speaking agaynst Idolatrye.The crime against Iohn Harrys:For communing with him of thefirst chap. of S.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    in English, abooke called the pricke of conscience. Iohn Ed-mundes, ofBurfordTaylor. The crime agaynstIohn Edmundes:for hauing a certaineEnglish booke of thecommaundementes. Ioh. Har-rys.ThomasHall. For speakyng agaynst Idolatry. The crime agaynstIohn Harrys: Forcōmunyng with himof the first chap. of s.Iohns Gospell:

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    make him to be burned:but his Mother entreated him not soto doe.The crime againstRob. Colyns: ThatRob. Colinsthis Robert readde toof Asthall.him in a certaine thickbooke of Scripture inEnglish.The crime layd toIohn ColinsIoh. Edmundes: Forof Burford,that hee readde to thisappeachedIohn Ed-Iohn

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    en-glish, a booke of Salo-mon in english, a bookecalled the pricke of con-science.Iohn Ed-The crime againstemundes, ofIohn Edmundes, forBurfordhauing a certain englishTaylor.book of þe cōmandemēts.The fore-The crime againstesayd Ro-Iohn Harrys: Forbert Co-communing with hymlyns beingof the first Chapter ofsworneSainct Iohns

    Actes and Monuments of the Church.

    geuen at no time without the assent and permission of the kynge.All spirituall and ecclesiasticall persons being accused of any crime, what so euer it be, cited by the kings iustice, to come & appeare in the kings court, there

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    all events: May be done once or oftner at discretion . As the crime was inhuman so shall the punishment be terrible. Through fire came the crime: by fire he shall he tormented the punishment . Aggravation III Shipwreck Aggravation

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    Punishment. End. Punishment X Crime A Punishment differs from a Crime no otherwise than in this - viz. that whereas the pain of the 2 d is inflicted by a private person in prosecution of his own purposes, the pain

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    Idea of a particular punishment with that of a particular Crime, we are apt to say, writers have acquired imbibed a propensity speak of the crime that such a crime as deserving that punishment - " Murder (they will cry

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y ]linellan hyny o eiddo POaE yn un o'r caneuou ca ac prlydferthaf yn ein iaith ao ha .ig "Then crime shall cease, and an ancient fraud shall a n- ' fail, sI Returniug Justice lift aloft her scale, yd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    opinion, if he be innocent in his life, though deceived in his doctrine, his error is his misery, not his crime; it makes him an argument of weakness, and an object of pity, but not a person sealed up to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -RHESTR 0 LYFRAU CYHOEDDEDIG NEU AR WEETH GAN J OH HN D AV I E S, BOlST BRIDD, CAERNAR FON.- * Anfonrr ynrhad ar dderbyriddem'g rthest euen 'tz stamp drwy post. FY'N[lAD wedi eibarotoi'i'r:Prynedigion, gan ly Parch. . Jones, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liquor shops by the Act of 1872, your petitioners believe that any relaxation would lead to the increase of disorder, crime, anti pauperism. Your petitioners therefore pray your honourable house not to extend the time or increase the facilities for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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