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essay on the liberty of the press, chiefly as it respects personal slander.

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An essay on the liberty of the press chiefly as it respects personal slander Hayter, Thomas [ Book, Microform: ]. Full text of "A treatise on the wrongs called slander and libel, and on the remedy by civil action for those wrongs, together with a chapter on malicious prosecution" See other formats.

libel and slander, freedom of press. Add Book To Order Author: Bohun, William Title: An Essay on the Liberty of the Press, Chiefly as it Respects Personal Slander. The Second Edition. Not in McCoy Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.

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Full text of "A treatise on the wrongs called slander and libel, and on the remedy by civil action for those wrongs, to which is added in this edition a chapter on. This book is published by Liberty Fund, Inc., a foundation established to encourage study of the ideal of a society of free and responsible individuals.

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