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We learn from this letter that The Journals remarks on the Jireh product are libelous.
We have made them many times and for several years past; if libelous, the manufacturer has excellent grounds for damages.
The alleged oath is scurrilous, wicked and libelous and must be the invention of an impious and venomous mind.
But, it got wind, and was seized as libelous, and brought the unlucky poet into severe affliction.
If it is libelous, then the writer and the publisher should both be held responsible in damages.
Suppose a man writes a libelous article, leaves the country, and then the article is published; is there no remedy?
To that end the paper published many things which were clearly libelous if they were not true.
RECOLLECTIONS OF A VARIED LIFEGEORGE CARY EGGLESTON
The publication of libelous article is almost impossible, with absolute secrecy as to the authorship.
SONS AND FATHERSHARRY STILLWELL EDWARDS
It seemed that there were others as well as the rancher who did not believe the statements made in the paper to be libelous.
THRICE ARMEDHAROLD BINDLOSS
"Most serious consequences have resulted in cases implying libelous assertions which have been made rashly," added Mr. Grimby.
T. TEMBAROMFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT

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