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" ... the prerogative, has wantonly lashed with a speech to evidence the dying son of his former friend, when that dying son had produced no evidence, had made no defence, but, on the contrary, acknowledged the charge, and submitted to his fate. "
Cobbett's Political Register - Seite 879
1804
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Band 4

William Cobbett - 1803
...lasbed, " wkh. * speedy to evidence, llietly ing *» ** of hi< former Triencl, when that clvingson 0 bad produced no evidence, had made no '* defence, but, on the contrary, had nc* knowledged the charge, and had submit" ted to his fate." Lord Kenyon would have turned with horror...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Band 5

William Cobbett - 1804
...prosecutor, and who by an unheard of " ' exercise of the prerogative, has wantonly " ' lashed, with a speech to evidence, the " ' dying son of his former friend, when " « that dying son had pr duced no evi" ' dence, had made no defence, but, on ilie " ' con'nry, had acknowledged the charge,...
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The Oriental Herald, Band 13

1827
...prosecutor, and who, by an unheard-of exercise of the prerogative, has wantonly lashed, by a speech to evidence, the dying son of his former friend, when...evidence, had made no defence, but, on the contrary, acknowledged the charge, and submitted to his fate.' For this libel Mr. Plunkett had obtained a verdict...
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham]., Band 13

James Silk Buckingham - 1827
...prosecutor, and who, by an unheard-of exercise of the prerogative, has wantonly lashed, by a speech to evidence, the dying son of his former friend, when that dying sou had produced no evidence, had made no defence, but, on the contrary, acknowledged the charge, and...
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The Irish Monthly Magazine of Politics and Literature. ..., Band 2

1833
...my prosecutor, and who, by an unheard-of exercise of prerogative, has wantonly lashed, with a speech to evidence, the dying son of his former friend, when that dying son had produced no evidence, and had made no defence ; but, on the contrary, had acknowledged the charge, and submitted to his fate.'...
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The Life of William Cobbett: Dedicated to His Sons

William Cobbett - 1835 - 216 Seiten
...prosecutor, and who, by an unheard-of exercise of the prerogative, has wantonly lashed with a speech to evidence the dying son of his former friend, when...evidence, had made no defence, but, on the contrary, acknowledged the charge, and submitted to his fate.' Lord Kenyon would have turned with horror from...
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The Life of William Cobbett: Dedicated to His Sons

William Cobbett - 1835 - 216 Seiten
...prosecutor, and who, by an unheard-of exercise of the prerogative, has wantonly lashed with a speech to evidence the dying son of his former friend, when...evidence, had made no defence, but, on the contrary, acknowledged the charge, and submitted to his fate.' Lord Kenyon would have turned with horror from...
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The Life and Times of Robert Emmet, Esq

Richard Robert Madden - 1847 - 342 Seiten
...observations upon the evidence given on said trial of Robert Emmet, made by the said W. Connyngham,) " the dying son of his former friend, when that dying...no defence, but, on the contrary, had acknowledged the charge, and submitted to his fate." (Meaning that the said W. Conyngbam had acted in like manner...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable John Philpot Curran

John Philpot Curran - 1847 - 603 Seiten
...prerogative, has •wantonly lashed with a speech to evidence the dying son of his former friend, when that son had produced no evidence, had made no defence ; but, on the contrary, had acknowledged the charge, and submitted to his fate." For publishing this libel, and it was a false and cruel charge,...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Band 19

1854
...prerogative has wantonly lashed with a speech to evidence the dying son of his former friend, while that dying son had produced no evidence, had made no defence, but, on the contrary, had acknowledged the charge, and had submitted to his fate." For this libel Mr. Plunket brought an action against Cobbett,...
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