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" He who knows not how often rigorous laws produce total impunity, and how many crimes are concealed and forgotten for fear of hurrying the offender to that state in which there is no repentance, has conversed very little with mankind. "
The Rambler - Page 261
by Samuel Johnson - 1792 - 463 pages
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]., Volume 5

1751
...that the pious, the tender, and the juli, will always fcruple to concur with the community in an A& which their private judgment cannot approve. He who...concealed and forgotten for fear of hurrying the offender into that ftate in which there is no repentance. ance, has converfed very little with mankind : and...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 1

1785
...jftlt, will always fcruple to concur with the community in an aft which their private judgment cinnot approve. He who knows not how often rigorous laws...forgotten for fear of hurrying the offender to that ffate in which there is no repentance, has converfed very little with mankind. And whatever epithets...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Together with His Life, and Notes on His ...

Samuel Johnson - 1787
...pious, the tender, T 2 and and the juft, will always fcruple to concur with the community in an act which their private judgment cannot approve. . He...hurrying the offender to that ftate in which there is no repentance, has converfed very little with mankind. And whatever epithets of reproach or contempt this...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: The Rambler

John Hawkins - English literature - 1787
...pious, the tender, T 2 and and thejuft, will always fcruple to concur with th? community in an acc t which their private judgment cannot approve. He who...forgotten for fear of hurrying the offender to that flate in which there is no repentance, has converfed very little with mankind. And whatever epithets...
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Anthologia Hibernica: Or Monthly Collections of Science, Belles ..., Volume 4

History - 1794
...gradations of iniquity, and incite the commiffion of a greater crime to prevent the detection of a lefs. J| He who knows not how often rigorous laws produce total...hurrying the offender to that ftate in which there is no repentance, has converfed very little with mankind. They who would rejoice at the cofreilion of a thief,...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1801
...the pious, the tender, and the juft, - will always fcruple to concur with the community in an. act which their private judgment cannot approve. He who...hurrying the offender to that ftate in which there is no repentance, has converfed very little with mankind. And whatever epithets of reproach or contempt this...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.

Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1801
...that the pious, the tender, and the jiifl, will always fcruple to concur with the community in an act which their private judgment cannot approve. He who...hurrying the offender to that ftate in which there is no repentance, has converfed very little with mankind. And whatever epithets of reproach or contempt this...
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]., Volume 3

1801
...pious, the ten.der, and the juft, will always fcruple to concur ' "Ję with with the community in an act which their private judgment cannot approve. " . He...laws produce total impunity, and how many crimes are concealedand forgotten for fear of hurrying the ofFende r to that ftate in which there is no repentance,...
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Select British Classics, Volume 7

English literature - 1803
...that the pious, the tender, and the just, will always scruple to concur with the community in an act which their private judgment cannot approve. He who...forgotten for fear of hurrying the offender to that state in which there is no repentance, has conversed very little with mankind. And whatever epithets...
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]., Volume 5

1806
...pious, the tender, T 2 and and the juft, will always fcruple to concur with the community in an act which their private judgment cannot approve. He who...hurrying the offender to that ftate in which there is no repentance, has converfed very little with mankind. And whatever epithets of reproach or contempt this...
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