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" I can think of is this; such a person as labouring under melancholy distempers hath yet ordinarily as great understanding, as ordinarily a child of fourteen years hath, is such a person as may be guilty of treason or felony. "
Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ... - 959. oldal
szerző: Thomas Bayly Howell - 1818
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A Full Inquiry Into the Subject of Suicide: To which are Added (as ..., 1. kötet

Charles Moore - 1790 - 405 oldal
...kind. c the the .following rule. " That a perfoir, who, labouring under melancholy dif*'. tempers, has yet ordinarily as great understanding as ordinarily a child of " fourteen years hath, is fuch a perfon as may be guilty of treafon or felony:" — becaufe a child of that age would be punifhable...

The North American Review, 79. kötet

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1854
...ground of insanity. And Lord Hale says : " Such a person as, laboring under melancholy distempers, hath yet ordinarily as great understanding as ordinarily...such a person as may be guilty of treason or felony." More recently the power to distinguish right from wrong has been given by judges as the test of criminal...

A Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors, 1. kötet

Sir William Oldnall Russell - 1824
...best measure I can think of is this : such a person as labouring under melancholy distempers, hath yet ordinarily as great understanding as ordinarily...such a person as may be guilty of treason or felony (o).M Cases. ^ ^1' De proper to mention some of the cases which have been decided upon this difficult...

A Treatise on Crimes and Indictable Misdemeanors, 1. kötet

Sir William Oldnall Russell - 1826 - 828 oldal
..." measure 1 can think of is this : such a person as, labouring under " melancholy distempers, hath yet ordinarily as great understanding " as ordinarily...a person as " may be guilty of treason or felony." (p) It will be proper to mention some of the cases which have been decided upon this difficult and...

The American Jurist and Law Magazine, 14. kötet

1836
...by no less a man than Lord Hale, viz. ' Such a person as, laboring under melancholy distempers, hath yet ordinarily as great understanding as ordinarily...such a person as may be guilty of treason or felony.' l This preposterous test is based upon the belief, that the difference between sanity and insanity...

York Castle in the Nineteenth Century: Being an Account of All the Principal ...

William Leman Rede, Leman Thomas Rede - 1831 - 712 oldal
...offences. Lord Hale's rule was, " That one who labouring under melancholy distempers, had yet as great an understanding as ordinarily a child of fourteen years...such a person as may be guilty of treason or felony." Many cases of importance have occurred, in which the defence of insanity has been set up, but seldom...

Summary of the Law Relative to Pleading and Evidence in Criminal Cases: With ...

John Frederick Archbold, Sir John Jervis - 1831 - 580 oldal
...suggesting as the best measure, that such a person as, labouring under melancholy distempers, hath yet ordinarily as great understanding as ordinarily...child of fourteen years hath, is such a person as can be guilty of treason and felony. 1 Hale, 30, 412. Upon this subject many cases have been decided,...

A Practical Treatise on the Law Concerning Lunatics, Idiots, and Persons of ...

Leonard Shelford - 1833 - 866 oldal
...adds, " that the best measure is this — such a person as labouring under melancholy distempers hath yet ordinarily as great understanding, as ordinarily...such a person as may be guilty of treason or felony (g)." The law recognises partial insanity; and, in civil cases, this partial insanity, if existing...

The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1843
...best measure that 1 can think of is this : such a person as labouring under melancholy distempers hath yet ordinarily as great understanding, as ordinarily...such a person as may be guilty of treason or felony. " Again, a total alienation of the mind, or perfect madness ; this excuse! h from the guilt of felony...

Report of the Trial of D. McNaughton for the wilful murder of E. Drummond ...

Daniel MACNAUGHTON - 1843 - 80 oldal
...best measure that I can think of is this : such a person as labouring under melancholy distempers hath yet ordinarily as great understanding as ordinarily a child of fourteen years bath, is such a person as may be guilty of treason or felony." Having quoted that passage, he says...




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