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" Judge, to close up the debate and trial, trims up a speech that pleased himself (we suppose) more than the people. Among many other remarkable Passages, to this purpose, he bespeaks the Jury's obedience, who (we suppose) were very well preinclined, viz.... "
Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement, and ... - Page 16
edited by - 1846
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Sketches of the Judicial History of Massachusetts from 1630 to the ...

Emory Washburn - Courts - 1840 - 407 pages
...trims up a speech that pleased himself (as we suppose) more than the people. Among other remarkable passages to this purpose he bespeaks the Jury's obedience...worthy gentlemen of the Jury so capable to do the King's service, and we expect a good verdict from you, seeing the matter hath been so sufficiently...
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Local Law in Massachusetts and Connecticut: Historically Considered

William Chauncey Fowler - Local government - 1840 - 104 pages
...trims up a speech that pleased himself (as we suppose) more than, the people. Among other remarkable passages to this purpose he bespeaks the Jury's obedience...worthy gentlemen of the Jury so capable to do the King's service, and we expect a good verdict from you, seeing the matter hath been so sufficiently...
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Sketches of the Judicial History of Massachusetts from 1630 to the ...

Emory Washburn - Advocaten - 1840 - 407 pages
...trims up a speech that pleased himself (as we suppose) more than the people. Among other remarkable passages to this purpose he bespeaks the Jury's obedience...were very well preinclined, viz. ' I am glad' says he 1 there be so many worthy gentlemen of the Jury so capable to do the King's service, and we expect...
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Sketches of the Judicial History of Massachusetts: From 1630 to the ...

Emory Washburn - Courts - 1840 - 407 pages
...that pleased himself (as we suppose) more than the people. Among other remarkable passages to ihis purpose he bespeaks the Jury's obedience who we suppose...were very well preinclined, viz. ' I am glad' says he 1 there be so many worthy gentlemen of the Jury so capable to do the King's service, and we expect...
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The American Jurist: And Law Magazine, Volume 19

Law - 1843
...mind in a case, and wishes to carry a weak jury with him, that I venture to transcribe it ; "I am glad there be so many worthy gentlemen of the jury, so capable to do the king's service, and we expect a good verdict from you, seeing the matter hath been so sufficiently...
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Memorial of Samuel Appleton of Ipswich, Massachusetts: With Genealogical ...

1850 - 183 pages
...trims up a speech that pleased himself (we suppose) more than the people. Among many other remarkable passages to this purpose, he bespeaks the jury's obedience...been so sufficiently proved against the criminals." meeting of Ipswich aforesaid, and as the witness supposed, we assented to the aforesaid vote, and also...
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The Trial of Theodore Parker: For the "misdemeanor" of a Speech in Faneuil ...

Theodore Parker - Antislavery movements - 1855 - 221 pages
...laws of England and Magna Charta. It was all in vain. "I am glad," said the judge to his packed jury, "there be so many worthy gentlemen of the jury, so...been so sufficiently proved against the criminals." The jury of course found them guilty. They were fined from 15 to 50 a piece. The whole cost to...
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The Trial of Theodore Parker for the "misdemeanor" of a Speech in Faneuil ...

Theodore Parker - Antislavery movements - 1855 - 221 pages
...laws of England and Magna Charta. It was all in vain. "I am glad," said the judge to his packed jury, "there be so many worthy gentlemen of the jury, so...been so sufficiently proved against the criminals." The jury of course found them guilty. They were fined from 15 to 50 a piece. The whole cost to...
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The History of Massachusetts ...: The colonial period [to 1692

John Stetson Barry - Massachusetts - 1855
...turning to the jury, he added : " I am glad there be so many worthy gentlemen, capable to do the Bong's service,. and we expect a good verdict from you, seeing...been so sufficiently proved against the criminals." A " good verdict " was returned, and fines and disabilities speedily followed. Need we be surprised...
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The History of Massachusetts ...: The colonial period [to 1692

John Stetson Barry - Massachusetts - 1855
...turning to the jury, he added : " I am glad there be BO many .worthy gentlemen, capable to do the King's service, and we expect a good verdict from you, seeing...been so sufficiently proved against the criminals." A " good verdict " was returned, and fines and disabilities speedily followed. Need we be surprised...
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