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It seems to me that the IDeologists have a great deal of difficulty actually understanding the true meanings of those words and are prepared to use all sorts of lawry tactics to get the meanings as perceived by the hoi polloi not bamboozled by complexity=magic to suit their daydreams.
Burke wrote in 1792: 'The Castle [the government in Dublin] considers the out-lawry (or what at least I look on as such) of the great mass of the people as an unalterable maxim in the government of Ireland.'
ADULTERY is always punished with cropping, which is the only corporal punishment amongst them, and death or out-lawry for murder, and infamy for less crimes, as fornication, theft, &c. which produces such repeated marks and reflections of ridicule and contempt, that generally ends in voluntary banishment; and these renegadoes and vagabonds are generally the ruffians who commit depredations and murders on the frontiers.
Travels Through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida, the Cherokee Country, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek Confederacy, and the Country of the Chactaws; Containing An Account of the Soil and Natural Productions of Those Regions, Together with Observations on the Manners of the Indians.
Robert Carter writes to [Mr. Randall], April 7, 1724, to inform the attorney that he has written the attorney general to initiate "out lawry" proceedings against the murderer, Thomas Glascock, and has let Clayton know that Randall will assist in the matter.
Dublin] considers the out-lawry (or what at least I look on as such) of the great mass of the people as an unalterable maxim in the government of Ireland. '