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