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" I am brought hither) was by a council of war, nothing in the captain's case alledged against me ; which council I had reason to expect would have justified my plea for quarter, that being an ancient and honourable plea amongst soldiers, and not violated... "
Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of ... - Page cclvii
1867
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Peerage of England: Containing a Genealogical and Historical ..., Volume 2

Arthur Collins - Nobility - 1756
...been difturbed ; which is as follows, as it was in my Lord's paper under his own hand. ** My fentence (upon which I am brought hither) was by a *' council of war, nothing in the captain's cafe alledged againft " me ; which council I had reafon to expect would have jufti•* fied my plea...
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A description of the memorable sieges and battles in the north of England ...

Thomas Fairfax (3rd baron.), James Stanley (7th earl of Derby.) - 1786
...disturbed, which is as ioU loweth, as it tvas wrote with his Loidfhip's o.vii hand. , . " My fentence upon which I am brought hither, was by a council of war, which council I had reafon to expect would have jaftified my plea of quarter for life, that being an...
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Memoirs of James earl of Derby, with an account of the life of Oliver ...

James Stanley (7th earl of Derby.) - 1804
...difturbed, which is as followeth, as it was wrote *vi th his LorcUhip's own hand. " My " My fentenoe upon which I am brought hither, was by a council of war, which council I had reafon, to expect would have juftified my plea of quarter for life, that being...
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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ...

Thomas Bayly Howell - Trials - 1810
...as it was in my lord's paper under his own hand : ' My Sentence upon which I am brought hi' tlier, was by a Council of War, nothing in ' the captain's...had reason to expect would have 'justified my plea for Quarter, that being an ' ancient and honourable plea amongst sol'diers, and not violated (that...
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Peerage of England: Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical ..., Volume 3

Arthur Collins, Sir Egerton Brydges - Nobility - 1812
...know what he had to say, had he not been disturbed; which is as follows, as it was in my Lord's paper under his own hand : " My sentence (upon which I am...by a council of war, nothing in the captain's case alleged against me 5 which council I had reason to expect would have justified my plea for quarter,...
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Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and ..., Volume 3

Arthur Collins - England - 1812
...know what he had to say, had he not been disturbed ; which is as follows, as it was in my Lord's paper under his own hand : " My sentence (upon which I am...by a council of war, nothing in the captain's case allrged against me ; which council I had reason to expect would have justified my plea for quarter,...
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History of the Isle of Man: With a Comparative View of the Past and Present ...

Hannah Ann Bullock - Isle of Man - 1816 - 436 pages
...world know what he had to say, had he not been interrupted; which is as follo\veth, as it was written under his own hand : " My sentence, upon which I am brought hither, was by a council of war, which council I had reason to expect would have justified my plea of quarter for life, that being ancient...
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History of the Isle of Man: With a Comparative View of the Past and Present ...

Hannah Ann Bullock - Isle of Man - 1816 - 436 pages
...know what he had to say, had he not been interrupted; which is as followeth, as it was written nnder his own hand : " My sentence, upon which I am brought hither, was by a council of war, which council I had reason to expect would have justified my plea of quarter for life, that being ancient...
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The History of the House of Stanley, from the Conquest to the Death of the ...

John Seacome - Isle of Man - 1821 - 265 pages
...the world know what he had to say had he not been interrupted and disturbed, which is as followeth. " My sentence upon which I am brought hither was by a council of war, which council I had reason to expect would have justified my plea of quarter for life, that being an...
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Biographia Borealis: Or, Lives of Distinguished Northerns

Hartley Coleridge - Biography - 1833 - 732 pages
...know what he had to say, had he not been disturbed ; which is as follows, as it was in my Lord's paper under his own hand : — " My sentence (upon which...by a council of war, nothing in the captain's case alleged against me ; which council I hail reason to expect would have justified my plea for quarter,...
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