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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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Passages from the Life and Writings of William Penn

Thomas Pym Cope - 1882 - 512 Seiten
...assembly, whether the proceedings of the Court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law in endeavoring to give the jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners. J. say it is directly opposite to and destructive of the undoubted right of every English prisoner,...
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The Merry Monarch: Or, England Under Charles II. Its Art, Literature ..., Band 2

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1885
...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,...the absence of the prisoners? I say it is directly opposed and destructive to the right of every English prisoner, as declared by Coke in the 2nd Institute,...
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The Chicago Law Times, Band 3

1889
..."1 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, in offering to give the j^iry their charge in the absence of the prisoners? I say it is directly opposed and destructive to...
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The Library of Historic Characters and Famous Events of All Nations ..., Band 5

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Frank Weitenkampf, John Porter Lamberton - 1895
..."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,...the absence of the prisoners ! I say it is directly opposed and destructive to the right of every English prisoner, as declared by Coke in the 2nd Institute...
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A History of William Penn: Founder of Pennsylvania

William Hepworth Dixon - 1902 - 337 Seiten
...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,...jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners 1 I say it is directly opposed and destructive to the right of every English prisoner as declared by...
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Report of Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the ..., Band 20,Teil 1903

Georgia Bar Association - 1903
..."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,...the absence of the prisoners ! I say it is directly opposed and destructive to the right of every English prisoner, as declared by Coke in the 2nd Institute...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Band 30

1906
...and to this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary and void of law in offering to give the jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners. I say it is directly opposed and destructive to the right of every English prisoner, as declared by Coke in 2™1 Institute,...
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QUAKER AND COURTIER THE LIFE AND WORK OF WILLIAM PENN

BY MRS COLQUHOUN GRANT - 1907
...in endeavouring to give the jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners. It is exactly opposed to, and destructive of, the undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Coke on the chapter of Magna Charter speaks." But his words were unheeded, and they were driven away...
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Our Own Columbia that is to be

Leonard Brown - 1908 - 608 Seiten
...jury and to 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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The Tryal of William Penn & William Mead for Causing a Tumult: At the ...

William Penn - 1919 - 37 Seiten
...PEN. 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 Instit. 29. on the Chap, of Magna Charta, speaks. OBSER. The Recorder being thus unexpectedly...
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