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" Whoever by words, either spoken or intended to be read, or by signs, or by visible representation, or otherwise, excites or attempts to excite feelings of disaffection to the Government established by law in British India... "
The Calcutta Review - Page 69
1857
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The Indian Criminal Codes

India, Fendall Currie - Criminal law - 1872 - 789 pages
...pp. 316, 318, Ed. IV. 499. Whoever, by words either spoken or intended to Defamation. be read> or bJ signs or bY visible representations, makes or publishes any imputation concerning any person (11), intending to harm, or knowing or having reason to believe (26) that such imputation will harm...
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The Law Times, Volume 55

Law - 1873
...chapters, and first we quote chap. xxi. relating to DEFAMATION. Whoever, by words either spoken or intendoc to be read, or by signs, or by visible representations, makes or publishes any imputation contenting any person, intending to harm, or bowing or having reason to believe that such imputation...
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Judicial, Revenue and Miscellaneous Code, Book 2

Madras - 1873
...to two years, or with fine, or with both. • CHAPTER XXI. OF DEFAMATION. Defamation. CCCCXCIX. Whoever, by words either spoken or intended to be read, or by sighs or by visible representations, makes or publishes any Imputation concerning any person, intending...
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Commentaries on the Indian Penal Code (Act XLV of 1860)

Criminal law - 1874 - 504 pages
...is not necessary that any act or illegal omission shall take place in pursuance thereof." " 124 A. Whoever by words, either spoken or intended to be read, or by signs, or fecton*"* dii"f" D7 visible representation, or other wise, excites or attempts to excite feelings of...
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Indian Criminal Law and Procedure, Including the Procedure in the High ...

India, Frank Challice Constable, Matthew Henry Starling - 1877 - 1037 pages
...commission of the offence, the object with which it was committed. Sect. 124A. Exciting Disaffection. — Whoever by words, either spoken or intended to be read, or by signs, or by visible representation, or otherwise, excites or attempts to excite feelings of disaffection to the government...
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English Rule and Native Opinion in India: From Notes Taken 1870-74

James Routledge - British - 1878 - 338 pages
...with the penal law, Mr Stephen caused great excitement by this clause, which, however, was carried : " Whoever by words, either spoken or intended to be read, or by signs, or by visible representation or otherwise, attempts to excite feelings of disaffection to the Government, established...
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The Annual Register, Volume 120

Edmund Burke - History - 1879
...which, though framed by the Indian Law Commissioners, was not added to that body of law till 1870 :— " Whoever by words either spoken or intended to be read, or by signs, or by visible representation, or otherwise, excites, or attempts to excite, feelings of disaffection for the government...
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Annual Register

History - 1879
...which, though framed by the Indian Law Commissioners, was not added to that body of law till 1870 :— " Whoever by words either spoken or intended to be read, or by signs, or by visible representation, or otherwise, excites, or attempts to excite, feelings of disaffection for the government...
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A History of the Criminal Law of England, Volume 2

James Fitzjames Stephen - Criminal law - 1883
...both. The following section could hardly have been written by any one else : — " DEFAMATION, 499. — Whoever, by words either spoken or " intended to be read, or by signs, or by visible representa" tions, makes or publishes any imputation concerning any " person, intending to harm, or...
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A History of the Criminal Law of England, Volume 3

Sir James Fitzjames Stephen - Criminal law - 1883
...following section could hardly have been written by any one else :— " DEFAMATION, 499.—Whoever, by words either spoken or " intended to be read, or by signs, or by visible representa" tions, makes or publishes any imputation concerning any " person, intending to harm, or...
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