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" And it is hereby enacted, that any act which would be a penal offence if done to a free man shall be equally an offence if done to any person on the pretext of his being in a condition of slavery. "
Native Life in Travancore - Page 308
by Samuel Mateer - 1883 - 434 pages
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British and Foreign State Papers

International law and relations - 1859
...that the person from whom the property may have been derived, was a slave. 4. And it is hereby enacted that any act which would be a penal offence, if done...the pretext of his being in a condition of slavery. SIERRA LEONE. (Bolivia.) No. 16. — The Earl of Aberdeen to Her Majesty's Commissioners. GENTLEMEN,...
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The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

...such person from whom the property may have been derived, was a slave. IV. And it is hereby enacted, That any act which would be a penal offence if done...the pretext of his being in a condition of slavery." EXTRACTS OF A LETTER FROM MR. JOHN BROOKS. Calcutta, Feb. 7, 1843. Mr much loved and honoured parents,...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1842
...evidence and opinions we have now before us, to pass a law, declaring that any act which would be an offence if done to a free man. shall be equally an offence if done to a slave, or, as I would rather say, to any one in any condition of dependence on a master ; and I would...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1843
...or enforcing any rights arising out of an alleged property in the person or services of another, and any act which would be a penal offence if done to a free man is declared to be equally an offence if done to any person on the pretext of his being in a condition...
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The British Friend of India Magazine, and Indian Review, Volume 1

Great Britain
...and opinions we have now before us, to pass a law, declaring that any act which would be an oiFence if done to a free man, shall be equally an offence if done to a slave, or as I would rather say, to any one in any condition of dependence on a master, and I would...
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The British Colonies: Their History, Extent, Condition and Resources, Volume 11

Robert Montgomery Martin - Dummies (Bookselling) - 185?
...that such person, or that the person from whom the property may have been derived, was a slave. " IV. That any act which would be a penal offence if done...the pretext of his being in a condition of slavery." Much, however, still remains to be done, until slavery be as effectually extinguished in the East as...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 12

India - 1849
...be inadmissible in any Court. Slaves themselves are competent to acquire and inherit property, and any act which would be a penal offence, if done to a freeman, was made equally an offence, if done to a person on the ground that such person was a slave....
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 12

India - 1849
...be inadmissible in any Court. Slaves themselves are competent to acquire and inherit property, and any act which would be a penal offence, if done to a freeman, was made equally an offence, if done to a person on the ground that such person was a slave....
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Unrepealed and Unexpired Acts of the Legislative Council of India ..., Volume 1

George Smoult Fagan - Law - 1862
...act to be nafo'ffence on acdcroe to ed slave. ^s hereby enacted that any act, which would ^ea Pena^ offence if done to a free man, shall be equally an...done to any person on the pretext of his being in a -p.- <• i condition ot slavery. MADKAS. ACT No. VI. OF 1843. Repealed ly Act X. 1861. ACT No. VII....
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 19

Law - 1865
...the person from whom the property may have been derived, was a slave. IV. " And it is hereby enacted, that any act which would be a penal offence if done to a free man, should (qu. shall) be equally an offence if done to any person on the pretext of his being in a condition...
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