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" Then his Lordship, perceiving he might not speak freely, turned himself to his servant, and gave him his paper, and commanded him to let the world know what he had to say, had he not been... "
Remains historical and literary connected with the Palatine counties of ... - Page cclv
by Chetham Society - 1843
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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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