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3) Personal Injuries Simple. Exemptive Circumst.s

Powers over Persons. The places for the so much of the Law as constitutes
these several exemptions to be deliver'd are the several
codes that respectively concern those several
sorts of persons.

Powers over Persons. The being exempted thus from that punishment which
would attach upon any other sorts of persons who under
case the like circumstances should take upon them to
inflict on any person a pain of the sort in question
is the [circumstances] situation [if things] that gives them
that power which they possess over the persons
which most men to constitute that in this behalf are respectively subordinate to them.
The sets of circumstances that must concur conspire
to constitute a power of the sort in question [over the
sorts of persons that are in question, may be distributed
under three heads. into three sets or parcels. First Circumstances: that serve
to invest the superior with the character to which
he owes the possession of this power. Secondly circumstances which
serve to invest this inferior with his the character he
bears as with respect to the superior. 3dly Circumstances
which bring the act some one or this of in particular within the case in which the
exercise of this power is permitted to be exercised by
persons of the sort the superior is of over persons
of the sort the inferior is of

Under our Law stand the difference is not great in this
behalf between that and other Laws of most other European (nations).
The different sorts of persons to whom power of
this sort is committed are as follows

Other exemptive circumstances referred to Disablement & why. There are many Other acts of circumstances there
are many which with reason have been made to
operate as exemptive circumstances so as to warrant
a man in inflicting pain on a person in correspondent

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