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word concerning libels and libellers.
L"Estrange, Roger Sir
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In which libel, (of and concerning the government of the province of New-York, and of and concerning his excellency the said governor, and the ministers and officers of our said lord the king, of and for the said province) among other things therein contained, are these words, ‘ One of our neighbours (one of the inhabitants of New-Jersey. This chapter uses Dryden’s poetry as a case study through which to explore the practical dynamics and literary consequences of censorship across the Restoration period (–). Though normally seen as a securely established Stuart loyalist—the right place to start, though too crude a category for a poet of his agility, complexity, and irony—Dryden had to navigate political Author: Thomas Keymer.
Andrew McRae examines the relationship between literature and politics at a pivotal moment in English history. McRae argues that the most influential and incisive political satire in this period may be found in manuscript libels, scurrilous pamphlets, and a range of other material written and circulated under the threat of censorship. Entick v. Carrington. 19 Howell’s State Trials () Supposing the practice of granting warrants to search for libels against the state be admitted to be an evil in particular cases, yet to let such libellers escape, who endeavor to raise rebellion, is a greater evil, and may be compared to the reason of Mr. Justice Foster in the.
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Get this from a library. A word concerning libels and libellers: humbly presented to the Right Honorable Sir John Moor, Lord-Mayor of London, and the Right Worshipfull the aldermen his. A WORD CONCERNING LIBELS AND LIBELLERS, Humbly Presented To the Right Honorable Sir John Moor, Lord-Mayor of London, and the Right Worshipfull the Aldermen his Brethren.
By Roger L' Estrange. LONDON, Printed for Joanna Brome at the Signe of the Gun in S. Pauls Church-yard. Abstract. Whether we are examining state-inflicted violence against “criminal behavior” or privately initiated violence between acquaintances or domestic partners, historians and cultural critics alike have tended to understand physical brutality as a more or less transparent expression of coercion and control.
1 It has seemed obvious, for instance, that the practice of branding thieves Word concerning libels and libellers. book by: 1. A word concerning libels and libellers: humbly presented to the right honorable Sir John Moor, lord-mayor of London, and the right worshipfull the aldermen, his brethren / by: L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, Published: ().
Full text of "A Digest of the Law Concerning Libels: Containing All the Resolutions in the Books on the " See other formats. L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, A word concerning libels and libellers humbly presented to the Right Honorable Sir John Moor, Lord-Mayor of London, and the Right Worshipfull the aldermen his bretheren / by Roger L'Estrange.
(72) A Word concerning Libels and Libellers, Humbly Presented To the Right Hon. Sir John Moor, Lord-Mayor of London, etc. (73) The Shammer Shamm’d: In a Plain Discovery, Under Young Tong’s Own Hand, of a Designe to Trepann L’Estrange Into a Pretended Subornation against the.
/ A Word concerning Libels and Libellers humbly presented to the Rt. Hon. Sir J. Moore. Reflections on a Pamphlet stiled ‘A Just and Modest Vindication of the Two Last Parliaments’, actually by Ed Bohun.
See Bohun’s Address to the Freeholders, 3. Remarks on the Growth and Progress of Nonconformity. London: Walter. Full text of "A letter concerning libels, warrants, the seisure of papers, and sureties for the peace or behaviour; with a view to some late proceedings, and the defence of them by the the postscript and an appendix" See other formats.
In ‘A Word concerning Libels and Libellers, presented to Sir John Moore, Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen’ (), he complained of the small number of prosecutions begun against his whig enemies in the press, and he repeated this complaint when sarcastically dedicating a second part of his ‘Dissenters' Sayings’ to the grand jury.
A word concerning libels and libellers humbly presented to the Right Honorable Sir John Moor, Lord-Mayor of London, and the Right Worshipfull the aldermen his bretheren / by Roger L'Estrange.
An exact narrative of the tryal and condemnation of John Twyn for printing and dispersing of a treasonable book with the tryals of Thomas Brewster. According to one summary of eighteenth-century libel law, "a paper may be a libel whether the charges in it be true or false, against a good or a bad man, the living, or the dead; nay, that the truth of it is even an aggravation of the crime; that every libel is, by construction of law, even against the peace, and (in very late times) that it is an actual breach of the peace.".
Criminal Libel and the Duty of Juries. in the business of libels, as well as of other matters, is very plain: He is to inform the jury what the law says concerning libels, and they are to apply that law to the particular fact in question. This is the method in which the judges act, when they act rightly, in.
Free Online Library: Ballads, libels and popular ridicule in Jacobean England. by "Past & Present"; History Ethnic, cultural, racial issues Sociology and social work 16th century AD Humor Libel and slander Popular literature Wit and humor.
Issue 3 - September On Blood Libels - Anthony Julius All versions of anti-Semitism libel Jews. These libels may be grouped under three headings: the blood libel, the conspiracy libel, and the economic libel.
The blood libel supposes that Jews entertain homicidal intentions towards non-Jews, and that Jewish law underwrites these intentions; the conspiracy. A word concerning libels and libellers humbly presented to the right Honorable Sir John Moor, Lord-Mayor of London, and the right worshipfull the Aldermen his Bretheren.
London: Joanna Brome. Google ScholarAuthor: Edoardo Tortarolo. The direct tendency of thefe libels is the breach of the public peace, by ftirring up the objects of them to revenge, and perhaps to bloodfhed. The communication of a libel to any one perfon is a publication in the eye of the law s: and therefore the fending an abufive private letter to a man is as much a libel as if it were openly printed.
With a word of tender caution and admonition to the inhabitants thereof.  A Remarkable passage, or, A vvitty discovrse between two citizens and the Bishop of Lincolne, concerning the Book of common prayer before the Lords of the Prliament House with the pleasant passages in their discourse worthy to be observed by the reader.
[July ]. Traditionally the production of libels was viewed as dishonourable, lower class and ungentlemanly. 30 Discussions of early Stuart libels have identified some exceptions, however, including the circumstance of political vice, an attack on which could be seen as serving a moral and reformist purpose.
31 The content of the ballad makes it quite Author: Sarah Ward Clavier. The Trial of John Peter Zenger, 17 How. The Trial of Mr. JOHN PETER ZENGER, of New-York, Printer, for printing and publishing a Libel against the Government; before the Hon.
James de Lancey, esq. Chief Justice of the Province of New-York; and the Hon. Frederick Phillipse, esq. second Judge; at New-York, on August 4th: 9 GEORGE II. You can write a book review and share your experiences.
Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.Discourses on Satire AND ON Epic Poetry. BY JOHN DRYDEN. CASSELL & COMPANY, Limited: LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK & MELBOURNE.
INTRODUCTION. Dryden’s discourses upon Satire and Epic Poetry belong to the latter years of his life, and represent maturer thought than is to be found in his “Essay of Dramatic Poesie.” That essay, published indraws its chief interest from. Roger L’Estrange, A Word Concerning Libels and Libellers (London, ), 3; for detail on the Whig understanding of the constitution and Sadler’s book see Goldie, Roger Morrice, – 70 Philip Hunton, A Treatise of Monarchy (London, ), Cited by: 1.