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" The liberty of the press consists, in my idea, in publishing the truth, from good motives and for justifiable ends, though it reflect on government, on magistrates, or individuals. If it be not allowed, it excludes the privilege of canvassing men, and... "
The Speeches at Full Length of Mr. Van Ness, Mr. Caines: The Attorney ... - Страница 63
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Eloquence of the United States, Том 4

1827
...preliminary observations, and before I advance to the full discussion of this question, it may be necessary for the safety and accuracy of investigation, a little...individuals. If it be not allowed, it excludes the privilege of canvassing men, and our rulers. It is in vain to say, you may canvass measures. This is...

Eloquence of the United States, Том 4

1829 - 510 страници
...investigation, a little to define what this liberty of the press is, for which we contend, and which tiie present doctrines of those opposed to us, are, in...individuals. If it be not allowed, it excludes the privilege of canvassing men, and our rulers. It is in vain to say, you may canvass measures. This is...

The Rights of an American Citizen: With a Commentary on State Rights, and on ...

Benjamin Lynde Oliver - 1832 - 411 страници
...latter writings are subversive of all government and good order. ' The liberty of the press consists in publishing the truth, from good motives, and for justifiable ends, though it reflects on government, or on magistrates.' (Gen. Hamilton in Croswell's Trial.) It disseminates political...

American Eloquence: a Collection of Speeches and Addresses: By the ..., Том 1

1857
...observations, and before I advance to the full discussion of this question, it пму he necessary for the safety and accuracy of investigation, a little...individuals. If it be not allowed, it excludes the privilege of canvassing men, and our rulers. It is in vain to say, you may canvass measures. This is...

American Eloquence: a Collection of Speeches and Addresses: By the ..., Том 1

1857
...preliminary observations, and before I advance to the full discussion of this question, it may be necessary mansions of rest. Relying on ÍN kindness in this,...to a man who views in it the native soil of himself privilege of canvassing men, and our rulers. It is in vain to say, you may canvass measures. This is...

American Eloquence: A Collection of Speeches and Addresses, by the ..., Том 1

Frank Moore - 1859
...preliminary observations, and before I advance to the full discussion of this question, it may be necessary ompany privilege of canvassing men, and our rulers. It is in vain to say, you may canvass measures. This is...

A Treatise on the Constitutional Limitations which Rest Upon the Legislative ...

Thomas McIntyre Cooley - 1868 - 720 страници
...latter writings are subversive of all government and good order. ' The liberty of the press consists in publishing the truth, from good motives and for justifiable ends, though it reflects on government or on magistrates.' Per General Hamilton, in Croswell's Trial, pp. 63, 64. It...

Reminiscences of James A. Hamilton: Or, Men and Events, at Home and Abroad ...

James Alexander Hamilton - 1869 - 647 страници
...of this State in 1822. In the same argument Hamilton defined the liberty of the Press to consist " in publishing the truth from good motives and for justifiable ends, though it reflect on magistrates, governments or individuals, and if so published, the truth may be given in evidence.''...

A Treatise on the Constitutional Limitations which Rest Upon the Legislative ...

Thomas McIntyre Cooley - 1874 - 827 страници
...latter writings are subversive of all government and good order. ' The liberty of the press consists in publishing the truth, from good motives and for justifiable ends, though it reflects on government or on magistrates.' Per General Hamilton, in Croswell's Trial, pp. 63, 64. It...

Defences to Crime: Special defences to crimes against the public

John Davison Lawson - 1885
...latter writings are subversive of all government and good order. " The liberty of the press consists in publishing the truth, from good motives and for justifiable ends, though it reflects on government or on magistrates.'5 It dlsi Per Gen. Hamilton in Crosswell'a trial, 2 Per Gen....




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