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22 Apr. 1816 18
Cat.

Appendix III
Dean Andrews
2 Vansittart

11

43
1. Treasury &c will
they not give effect
to the laws except
where prosecution &c
not from heroic virtue?
2. nor where reward
is offered but no
of its
having had no effect?

The Treasury, the Kings Bench or the Attorney
General are they prepared to say the one that they will not
institute was sent the other that they will not int
suit
give effect to any suit in which it shall appear
that the prosecutor is exposed to the operation of any
motive other than such as comes under the operation
of heroic virtue? The Treasury cases every Session to Parliament
and obtain sole offering rewards primary
rewards for service to be rendered by one in the character of
prosecutors are they prepared to say that they ins
it as a condition sine quâ non that thus
The reward inducements thus offered shall be offered without effect?

44
True: heroic virtue
exists: but rarely
or it would not be
heroic

To affirm That heroic virtue as above explained no
existence in human nature any where would betray a knowledge an
ignorance of human nature not much less flagrant, and than to say that
it has no existence every where. For a virtue which
is not rare heroic would is no proper name.

5
At the expence of £600
Angerston prosecuted
to conviction the monster
But to such prosecutions
not only heroic
virtue but opulence
are necessary.
Can the business of
justice be carried
on by such motives?

At the expence of between £500 and £600 a
man so rich named the Monster whose sport was to
go about the streets wounding women was prosecuted some four and twenty or thirty years ago to conviction
by John Julius Angerston now living. But a every
man man in general must be not only as benevolent or public spirited
and desirous of well deserved reputation but as
rich as this Angerston — in short he must be a sort of
minister of the opposite description or a Treasury Secretary
or
or an Attorney General
can have the any the
slightest warrant for
supposing that the
business of justice can
be carried on then by
prosecutions so produced.




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Date_1

1816-04-22

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43-44

Box

007

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church of englandism

Folio number

034

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001

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Category

text sheet

Number of Pages

1

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recto

Page Numbering

d18

Penner

jeremy bentham

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jeremy bentham

Paper Producer

a. levy

Corrections

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Notes public

ID Number

2978

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