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[5] we should have had several more steps; but after saying that it was “little short of the most unatural murder to put him to death,” and mentioning the worst of crimes, he adds, “What then shall call his crucifixion?” Consequently, since he had ready exhausted his vocabulary of crime, words must necessarily fail him to describe something still orse.

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