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The lad has misstated an argument from ignorance of Bentham and Austin. '
Names, dates, and places have been misstated, but such inadvertences are not misleading.
You will not suppose, from anything contained in the answer to my Memorial, that I had misstated any part of the first answer.
These ideas are misunderstood and misstated, so that they become in large part forms of error.
Blubber is not a staple, as is so often misstated, but it is a much esteemed delicacy.
If a fact be misstated, it is probable he is gratified by a belief of it, and I have no right to deprive him of the gratification.
But in the hands of the laity much that Weismann did say is misunderstood and misstated and much that he never said is inferred.
Entering on the practice of the law, he one day in a trial before the court, by an oversight, misstated the evidence.
These allusions, and they might be increased, are to instances where the meaning has been misstated.