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The Laws of England, Compiled and translated into the Māori language.

§ 6

[i roto i te reo Māori]

§ 6.

In the eye of the Law there are two kinds of wrong, One is wrong to the man himself, or to his property; whereby the man himself alone suffers inconvenience or injury. The name of "Civil Injury" is given to this kind of wrong.

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The other kind is to the whole people; these are great offence, breaches of the great law. The name given to this kind of wrong is "Criminal Offence."