Of terms of condemnation applied directly to the offense, the improbè factum of the Lex Valeria may serve for an example. ``Valeria Lex, quum eum qui provocâsset virgis caedi securique necari voluisset, siquis adversus ea fecisset, nihil ultra quam improbè factum adjecit.''---Livy, 1. 10, ch. 9.

The laws of Greece and Rome afford several examples, where for different offenses, the offender is pronounced infamous.

So by 9 Anne c. 14, § 5, a loss at play, if prosecuted on that statute, is to be declared infamous---Vide etiam stat. Ed. 6.

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