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30 Apr. 1816
Cat.

Appendix
Dean Andrews
2 Vansittart

Indulgence pretenceless

or 1.
or 1.
or 1.
Pretence for indulgence
none.

Defendents evidence
on application for
impunity.
1 His own affidavit.
2 Coachmans.
p.36

or 2.
I. Sole contents of his
own affidavit —
1. His ignorance of
his own business
asserted.
2. Delinquency to
a smaller extent confessed:
to a larger
not denied.
p.36

or 3.
II. Sole contents of
Coachmans evidence
In one place searched
by officers no unlawful
ingredients found. —
p.36

or 4.
Inference by Defendent
and Vansittart
Excise officers
testimony all false.
p.37

or 5.
Consequence of granting
universal impunity on
such principles and
such evidence.
1. Destruction of this
branch of the Revenue
2. Hence public
bankruptcy.
p.38

or 6.
I Revenue destroying
principle. 1.
Prosecutors motive
malice, law ought
not to be executed on
delinquent. p.38.


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Indulgence pretenceless

N.B. Prosecution
is itself conclusive
proof malice.
p.38

or 7.
Vansittarts inconsistency.
1. He wishes revenue
preserved.
2. — delinquents detected
3. He disallows the
only means of detection.
p.38

or 8.
Of this principle will
he give the benefit
to all delinquents or
only to his friends.
p.38

or 9.
II. Revenue destroying
principle. 2.
Profitable fraud to
any amount shall
go unpunished on
condition of a man's
saying he knows nothing
of his own business.

N.B. The whole
penalty would have
been but a small part
of the profit of the
trade thus carried
on. — p.35.

or 10.
III. First collateral
reason given by Vansittart
of the buying
of the penalty extreme
humiliation would
have been the consequence
Negative no humiliation
from the penalty
if paid: much from
the means by which
the impurity was obtained
— p.40


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12.
IV. Second collateral
reason. No conviction
of other offences.
N.B. under the
maxims avowed by
Vansittart such
possible without a
miracle. p.42

13.
Completion of the
humiliation, advice
by Van to the defendent.
"Mind your
"business"

Omnis homines to
St. Paul accordant
Text for Andrews.
p.43.

15.
V. Collateral reason
3d. further evidence
received. p.43

N.B. So irrelevant
that rather than
send it treasury
disobeyed the House
Note the Rhetorical
pathos "Malignant
motives — conspiracy —
resentment — treachery"
Minute probably
penned over a bottle
with defendent — midst
mutual tears and embraces —
p.44



Identifier: | JB/007/014/001
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Date_1

1816-04-30

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or 1 - or 10, 12-13, 15

Box

007

Main Headings

church of englandism

Folio number

014

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Image

001

Titles

indulgence pretenceless

Category

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Number of Pages

1

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Corrections

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Notes public

ID Number

2958

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