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triple , ^ Wlfy Mppm ^ ndea ^ ihay lead to a con ^ fcCib ri 6 f the n ec ^ - sity of some''Wt&ratibns in the penal code ofthii ^ s wel l as other countries .
1- Punishment is distinguishable , and ought eVer to be distinguished , from revenge , which i * malevolent in its nature , unbe- * coming a wise and good man , and ' strictly forbidden by Christ aftd his apostles . Men are so
fafr advanced in good sense , and gofad feeling , that the magistrate vt jutf g ^ , who should discover smghr or manifest feelings of re ^ veng 6 , when acting in his official capacity , would be viewed Wit !* general disapprobation , lind deem ^ ed unfit for his place } yet ar ^ theiNfcr
not laws which breathe only * fc * venge , according to which th ^ B judge is compelled to give sen ^ tence , and the whole ctfurt s 6 « i lemnly bound to proceed ? It not the punishment , or so mucH
of it as is inflicted , merelv tci of it as is inflicted , merely tci make the criminal suffer , purely of the nature of revenge ? - ^ 2 . Punishment should hotxo ' ri . sist in the infliction of useless suflpririg ; because its first object is the ivmaval of some eval whick
actually exists , or the prevention of sorme evil which could not otherwise be prevented . All suffering , viewed abstractly , is ev ] I , " £ nd when eifh * r the kind or
quaiuity of it inflicted on a crJ * minal , ** x c ^ eds what is nece * Scity to secure the true end * of punishment such excess is tm ' h * sb , ii so much evil acidf'd to the mdi
which alr ^ a < fy exists . 3 . No part of punish merit should be inflict ^ with u vjew to gratifying the tilings of ' rt ^ engo in the lnjurtd party ; becnub ^ sWh fcehnga are imprmjer , anchri ^ tiati
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J ^ m On Punishment * . / ' ¦ ¦ ¦* $ & &TR , -Feft . 12 , 1814 . * - ffc ) ldng its crimes ' continue 16 'life' ^ lfcm'tjiifl ^ d , * punishments will be ll ^ cestary ; but it is hoped tHe ^ iB ual jlitfr < A ^ asebT knowledge , % ti& pro ^ rVss civilization , will lead- itO'Stieh tin iYnprovement of ^ JMSftHftWs ^ will tehder puninhwebis-it&s ^ iupiitmty yet more ^ ffeMtiaK fth A Vbi ^ | i ) fev < utioa of eriri ^ fei > dltti ^^ h ^ ^ ro-itviotion of the general good . A few plain priiu
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), March 2, 1814, page 163, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2438/page/27/