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Box 71 contains material written around 1780 relating to Bentham's proposals for a penal code. He writes on various crimes and their punishments including theft, treason and rebellion.

The more detailed contents of this box are as follows:

  • Folios 1 to 214: Of justifications, of extenuations, of personal injuries, of theft, of falsehood, of offence against domestic conditions, of confinement, of semi-public offences, of destruction, of defraudment, of insolvency, of rebellion, of treason, of desertion, of offences against religion [c. 1780]

Box 71 Progress: Transcription complete

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