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Click Here To Edit CRIMES DIVISION from MOTIVES

An Historical Chart after Priestly:
wherein out of the original common Law
division of High Treason Petty Tr. Felony
& this demeanour are the gradual diminishing
no common Division cring up of Misdemeanours
into Felony
& Treason, a of
acts not originally
misdemeanours.

Division of Crimes

1st from their Morturis

2 Their effects on the injured

3d The manner of their affecting accomplishing
their object<add>their end
.

Their degree of Guilt

34 Graduation. {Original or radical

5th from their Origin are either {
(Excretitous or Parasitical

That from their degree will not do
for all some Orders being increase
erable in respect of mischief with others

Primitive

{original which must be change]
the same
Crimes {Excretitious} growing
{Parasitical} arises out of
{Derivative
the system of prosecution.

or (Aboriginal
{Parasitical

Accessaries to all Crimes may
be from Avarice

The common [Blackstone's division
very imprecise & unsatisfactory &
would beappear more obscure were it in

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Crimes, makingtrusting the difference of motives may for a source of division may
be consider'd as lost generated by the abuse of the Passion of Lusts Hatred &
Avarice.

[Integrally - diffusive — PartitoRamosely-diffusive]

AVARICE

Larceny

Robbery

Burglary

Piracy - Particular Code

Most Forgeries

Coining Qu. Particular Codes

False pretences

Cheating by False Weights
Measures

Cheating at Play [This is less than ye
other as wanting
Terror - persons
the
]

Fraudulent Bankruptcy.)
Particular Code

Usary —


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HATRED

13
} Avarice
} whether there
} is a
} competition
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Inundation} 13

1 Mischief Clandestine} Avarice
} when there
} is a
} competition

2 Mischief with force}

<3 p>Mayhem
Disfigurement
Wounding</p>

Battery

4

Assault

5

Challenging [Accessories here not to be punished
[because that would only make
[guards conducted more secretly & prevent
[that interposition of seconds &c which often terminate them happily.

Riots

6

Striking in Courts

Law — The Peace in a room<add>for in Kings presence</add> of the Place is sacred-
7 The hand that striketh here shall be cut off!!
to be up injected with Wax

AVARICE & HATRED

House burning

Arson of Houses 21

8 Imprisonment { before Warning
22 {after Warning
Kidnapping 23 {against the
{Habeus Corpus
9 Riots Riots 24 {Act.


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With consent } False money
given are a } False weight
false hypothesis } False within Evidence Pay
Cheating } False Pretences
by } False Play

LUST

Rape {An advantage of Castration}
{is that it bears so conspicuous}
{a relation to the Crime, that}
{the slightest notice 30 is }
{sufficient to fix it in the }
{memory never to be forgotten}

Carnal Knowledge of of 31 Infants

[Crimes called unnatural.]

LUST & AVARICE

Polygamy. 32

LUST AVARICE & AMBITION

High Treason in Defiling Females
allied to the Crown. 33*Qu.

SELF-PRESERVATION


Irregularity in Plague

This may be omitted, & provided for
by him

Escapes 34

Returning from Banishment.

Particular

AVARICE HATRED & SELF-PRE

Homicide

Homicide

Bribery active [giving Bribes]
36


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