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" I think the fair position in which the law may be settled is this : that where the public conduct of a public man is open to animadversion and the writer who is commenting upon it makes imputations on his motives which arise fairly and legitimately out... "
The Liberty of the Press, Speech, and Public Worship: Being Commentaries on ... - עמוד 92
מאת James Paterson - 1880 - 568 דפים
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Weekly Notes of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., כרך 40

1897
...Pa. 137, COULTER, J.; Chapman v. Calder, 14 Pa. 365, ROGERS, J.; Smith v. Ege, 52 Pa. 419, STRONG, J. "Where the public conduct of a public man is open...writer who is commenting upon it makes imputations upon his motives which arise fairly and legitimately out of his conduct so that a jury shall say that...
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THE LAW OF LITERATURE

JAMES APPLETON MORGAN - 1875
...an action is maintainable or not, try it and see. There is certainly no means of knowing whether " a jury shall say that the criticism was not only honest, but also well founded," without bringing an issue before it; and therefore, according to Cockburn, J., a plaintiff could only...
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Atlantic Reporter, כרך 2

1886
...had an honest belief in the truth of his statements, but that his belief was not without foundation. Where the public conduct of a public man is open to...shall say that the criticism was not only honest, but well founded, an action is not maintainable. If a public writer fancies the conduct of a public man...
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Pittsburgh Legal Journal, כרך 33

1886
...bad an honest belief in the truth of his statements, but that this belief was not without foundation. Where the public conduct of a public man is open to...shall say that the criticism was not only honest, but well founded, an action is not maintainable. If a public writer fancies that the conduct of a public...
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Revue légale, כרך 14

1886
...made without any foundation. I think the fair position in which the law may be settled is this : That where the public conduct of a public man is open to...animadversion, and the writer •who is commenting upon it makos imputations on his motives, which arise fairly and legitimately out of his conduct, so that a...
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La Revue legale, כרך 14

1886
...settled is this : That where thé public conduct of a public man is open to animadversion, and thé writer •who is commenting upon it makes imputations...on his motives, which arise fairly and legitimately oui of his conduct, so that a jury shall say that thé criticism was not only honest, but also well...
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The Eastern Reporter: Containing All the Decisions of the States of ..., כרך 4

1886
...animadversion, and the arjse _**lio is commenting upon it makes imputations on his motives which that tl **r'y and legitimately out of his conduct, so that a jury shall say ta'nal 1° "i'i0'8111 wa8 not on'y honest, but well founded, an action is not mainptllere*'e is no...
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A Digest of the Law of Libel and Slander: The Evidence, Procedure, and ...

William Blake Odgers - 1887 - 803 דפים
...without foundation . . . ." "I think the fair position in which the law may be settled is this: That where the public conduct of a public man is open to...say that the criticism was not only honest but also well-founded, an action is not maintainable. But it is not because a public writer fancies that the...
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The New York Supplement

1905
...v. Clause, 5 Hill, 199. The rule was stated by a learned English judge in charging a jury to be that "where the public conduct of a public man is open...animadversion, and the writer who is commenting upon it makes imputation upon his motives, which arise fairly and legitimately and 126 New York State Reporter out...
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Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the Cape of Good Hope During the Year ...

Cape of Good Hope (Colony). Supreme Court - 1889
...made without any foundation. I think the fair position in which the law may be settled is this : that where the public conduct of a public man is open to...commenting upon it makes imputations on his motives which arose fairly and legitimately out of his conduct, so that a jury shall say that the criticism was not...
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