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Now take the statutes, that concerning assault and that concerning highway robbers. You will see that the defendant is amenable to them both. Read.“ Laws

By both these statutes, then, the defendant Conon is amenable for what he has done; for he committed both assault and highway robbery. If I on my part have not chosen to proceed against him under these statutes, that should fairly prove that I am a peaceful and inoffensive person, not that he is any the less a villain.

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