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" I appeal to the jury, who are my judges, and this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law, in offering to give the jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners. I say it is directly opposite... "
The Monthly magazine - Seite 113
von Monthly literary register - 1811
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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror, Band 7

1827
...— I appeal to the jury who are my judges, and this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the Court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law,...jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners ; 1 say it is directly opposite to, and destructive of, the undoubted right of every English prisoner,...
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The Select Works of William Penn, Band 1

William Penn - 1825
...Penn. I appeal to the jury, who are myjudges, and this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law,...the undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Coke, in the 2 Inst. 29. on the chapter of Magna Charta, speaks. Obscr. The recorder being thus unexpectedly...
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The Register of Pennsylvania: Devoted to the Preservation of Facts ..., Band 4

Samuel Hazard - 1828
...Dock] lap* peal to the jury, who are my judges, and this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law,...the undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Coke, in the 2d Inst. 29, on the chap, of M»gna Charter speaks. Recorder. Why ye are present; you...
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The Life of William Penn

Mrs. Hughs (Mary) - 1828 - 224 Seiten
...proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law, in endeavouring to give l!re jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners....the undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Coke on the chapter of Magna Charta speaks." But this remonstrance had no effect; the prisoners were...
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The history of the rise, increase and progress of the ... Quakers ..., Band 7

Willem Sewel - 1834
...I appeal to the jury, who are my judges, and to this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law,...undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Cook in the 2 inst. on the Chap, of Magna Charta speaks." The recorder being thus unexpectedly lashed for...
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The History of the Puritans: Or, Protestant Non-conformists; from ..., Band 3

Daniel Neal - 1837
...jury, and this great assembly, whether it be not contrary to the undoubted right of every Englishman, to give the jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners ?'' The recorder answered with a sneer, Ye are present, ye do hear, do ye not? Penn answered, "No thanks...
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A History of the Society of Friends: Compiled from Its Standard ..., Band 1

William R. Wagstaff - 1845 - 400 Seiten
...jury, and this great assembly, whether it be not contrary to the undoubted right of every Englishman to give the jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners ?" " Why, ye are present, you hear, do you not ?" said the recorder somewhat irritated. " No thanks...
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Life of William Penn: The Celebrated Quaker and Founder of Pennsylvania

Joseph Barker - 1847 - 320 Seiten
...Penn. I appeal to the jury, who are my judges, and this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law,...undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Cook, in the 2 Inst. 29., on the chapter of Magna Charta speaks. Obser. The Recorder being thus unexpectedly...
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The Christian Pioneer, Band 1;Band 9

1744
...bail-dock.) I appeal to the jury, who are my judges, and this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law,...the undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Coke, in the second Instil. 29, on the chapter of Magna Chaita, speaks. Recorder. — Why you are present...
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Memoirs of the public and private life of William Penn

Thomas Clarkson, William Edward Forster - 1849 - 370 Seiten
...assembly, whether the proceedings of the Court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law, in endeavouring to give the Jury their charge in the absence of the...the undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Coke on the chapter of Magna Charta speaks." Upon this some conversation passed between the parties,...
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