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1820 July 10 1822 Aug. 5

Corruptive influence

34 or 1.
Sole defensible end of
Government, greatest
happiness of greatest number.

35 or 2.
In every human breast,
on every political occasion,
regard for the
interest of the predominte
over do. for all
besides: self regard over
social regard.

36 or 3.
If, on any occasion,
social, prevails over self
regard, it is on a domestic,
or some such narrow scale: not on
a scale commensurate
to the whole community:
much less on
a scale commensurate
with all mankind.

37 or 4.
Consequence, (political
arrangements apart)
of each individual
the constant endeavour
will be – to condense,
into his own
person, the maximum
of happiness, how
great soever the defalcation
from the happiness
of others.

38 or 5.
Thence, to collect within
his grasp the maximum
of the aggregate
of the external
instrument of felicity.


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Corruptive influence

39 or 6.
Obligations (political.)
Of ∞ functionary
being condusive to the
universal happiness
in the highest degree
saving the care he may
be allowed of his own.

40 or 7.
To obligation and obligations
are synonymous
duty and duties.

41 or 8.
Of every scheme of Government,
in so far as directed
to the above end, the endeavour
to bring each man's
interest into the exactest
possible coincidence
with such his duty.

42 or 9.
The above being the only
legitimate end, to each
functionary will belong
his duties, viz –
1. duty of the man.
2. duty of the functionary.

43 or 10.
Every functionary is as
such, a trustee for
1. in respect of every service
he engages to perform.
2. in respect of every power,
a trustee or agent.
3. in respect of appointment,
if by a delegate,
deputy, Representative.

44 or 11.
Correspondent relation
1. Servant.
2. Principal.
3. Electors.
4. Constituents.


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Corruptive influence

45 or 12.
Arrangements for making
duty interest in the case
of functionaries as trustees –
1. Trustee removable by
his principals.
2. To principals power
of appointment: viz
when by Election, according
to the four cardinal
points: viz, secresy &c.
3. Trustees, eventually punishable.
4. Trustees eventually
rewardable.
5. Trustees secured against
sinistrously applicable
coercive powers: particularly
do. employable to
secure him against arrangements
for prevention
of breach of trust.
6. Trustees secured against
corruptive influence.
7. The trust-power shared
among many, i-e
among the majority of
them.

46 or 13.
Of Nos. 1 and 2, No. 1,
(removable) though second
in twin to No. 2 (appointment)
is first in
importance.

47 or 14.
In so far as applicable
these two are the most
eligile: in application
most direct, in effect,
most certain: most simple,
obvious, economical,
unexceptionable.


Identifier: | JB/106/261/001
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 106.

Date_1

1820-07-10

Marginal Summary Numbering

34 or 1 - 47 or 14

Box

106

Main Headings

constitutional code

Folio number

261

Info in main headings field

constitut. code emancipation spanish rid yourselves

Image

001

Titles

corruptive influence

Category

marginal summary sheet

Number of Pages

1

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

d4 / e1

Penner

john flowerdew colls

Watermarks

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Corrections

Paper Produced in Year

Notes public

ID Number

34849

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