punishment.27 This instruction, of course, is only applicable to cases in which the defendant has not gained an advantage by the commission of his wrong. ... Its informal growth together with its generality has kept it in a state of fluidity; the verbal law of punitive damages merely states a policy in general ... Chesapeake aamp; Ohio Ry., 46 W.Vn. 363, 32 S.E. 202 (1899) : Hess v. ... 95 S.E. 941 (1918) ; Fisher v.
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