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4) Personal Injuries Simple. Exemptive Circumstances

Other exemptive circumstances referred to the head of Disablement — why. correspondent circumstances. But for the reason of the
exemption to take place, the production of such pain
though it may be an object must not have been the
ultimate object of the intention: the pain must of
the party in question must not have been the motive.
I mean here meaning the exterior motive. The ultimate
object of the intention must have been not pain
of any body, person nor of any kind, but the Disablement
of the party pained, or some other event to wit a
temporary disablement calculated of a nature to prevent his
doing mischief: this or some other event [totally
different] [entirely distinct from pain.] which although
it should have been the consequence of such pain is in it's nature entirely
distinguishable from it.

1. It is to the case of Disablement, where an that event
of that as there some been appears to have been the ultimate
object of the agent's intention that those exemptions
immediately apply. Tis under that head therefore that a
paticular account detail of them will be given. It will be sufficient
here simply to enumerate them. Ext. Circumst. 1. Want of Intention 2.Cotra-intention 3 Benevolent intention 4 Public spirit intention 5. Endeavour to prevent or punish an immorality At the same time
it will be proper so to do for this reason. The
same sets of circumstances that are of a nature to
warrant or justify as the word is an act of disablement, are of a nature
to excu though not to justify, to excuse however
an act intended for no other purpose than to produce pain. In other words,
they [are of a nature to] render the case such, as
with disab respect to disablement, [leaves meaning
always a temporary disablement] leaves no room reason
for wishing, such an event not to have been produced: with

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