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[863a] the State of wicked men,1—and thus he will of necessity inflict death as the chastisement for their sins, in cases of this kind, and of this kind only.

What you have said seems very reasonable; but we should be glad to hear a still clearer statement respecting the difference between injury and injustice, and how the distinction between the voluntary and the involuntary applies in these cases.

I must endeavor to do as you bid me, and explain the matter.

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