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Box 47 contains Bentham’s writings on appropriate evidence. Bentham analysed various types of evidence and the different ways this evidence could be extracted. In these papers, he considered how evidence should be presented in matters relating to perjury, theft and defamation.

Detailed contents of this box are as follows:

  • Folios 1 to 11: Evidence - Perjury, Theft [c.1785]
  • Folios 12 to 39: Evidence - Marginal contents [1803-11]
  • Folios 40 to 215: Evidence - Makeshift, species, forthcomingness, exclusion, introduction, written pleading, appropriate [1803, 1804, 1805, 1806, 1808, 1824]
  • Folios 216 to 413: Proof of evidence [1811-12]
  • Folios 414 to 416: Essay on jurisprudential evidence [1813]
  • Folios 417 to 421: Evidence - Introductory sketch or abridgement [1821]
  • Folios 422 to 424: [Springs of Action] - Table of motives [1804, 1806]

Folios from box 47 which have already been partially or fully transcribed are listed under the progress bar below.

Box 47 Progress: Transcription begun

Untranscribed: 336
In Progress: 37
Ready For Review: 42
Completed: 51
Total: 466

0Completed: 51(10.94%)466


JB/047/001/001‎ JB/047/001/002‎ JB/047/007/001‎ JB/047/016/001‎ JB/047/424/002‎

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