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The History and Principles of the Law of Evidence as Illustrating Our Social ... - Page 251
by John George Phillimore - 1850 - 620 pages
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Life of Charles the Second, King ...

William Harris - Great Britain - 1766
...had done, acknowledg* ing no fupreame power in England but a parl. * and many things to that purpofe. You have had a * true account of all; and if he has given new occafion ' to be hanged, certaynly he is too dangerous a man to ' lett live, if we can honeftly put...
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The Secret History of the Court and Reign of Charles the Second, Volume 1

Charles M'Cormick - Great Britain - 1792 - 510 pages
...done; acknowledging no fupreme fo-wcr in England but a parliament, and many things to that purpofe. *' You have had a true account of all; and if he has given new occafion to be nanged, certainly he is too dangerous a man to let live, if iue can honeftly put him...
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Anecdotes of Some Distingushed Persons: Chiefly of the Present and ..., Volume 1

William Seward - Anecdotes - 1796
...done, acknowledging nu " fupreme power in England but a Parliament, and M many things to that purpofe. You have had a " true account of all, and if he has given new " occafion to be hanged, certaynlye he is too dan" gerous a man to let live, if we can honeftly put...
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A Vindication of Mr. Fox's History of the Early Part of the Reign of James ...

Samuel Heywood - Great Britain - 1811 - 424 pages
...supreme power in England but a Part: and many things to that purpose. You have had a true accounte of all, and if he has given new occasion to be hanged, certaynly he is too dangerous a man to lett live, if we can honestly put him out of the way, thinke...
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Memoirs of Algernon Sydney

George Wilson Meadley - 1813 - 400 pages
...justify all he had done, acknowledging no supreme. power in England hut a parl': and many things to that purpose. You have had a true account of all, and if he has given new occasion to be hanged, certaynly he is too dangerous a man to lett live, if we can honestly put out of the way; thinke of...
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Проблемы истории современной советской деревни: 1946-1973 гг. : материалы ...

Agriculture - 1813 - 507 pages
...justify all he had done, acknowledging no supreme power in England but a parl 1 : and many things to that purpose. You have had a true account of all, and if he has given new occasion to be hanged, certaynly he is too dangerous a man to lett live, if we can honestly put him out of the way; thinke...
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Memoirs of Algernon Sydney

George Wilson Meadley - 1813 - 400 pages
...justify all he had done, acknowledging no supreme power in England but a pail': and many things to that purpose. You have had a true account of all, and if he has given new occasion to be hanged, .certaynly he is too dangerous a man to lelt live, if we can honestly put him out of the way; thinkc...
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of ..., Volume 5

William Harris - 1814
...justify all he had done, acknowledging no supreame power in England but a pari, and many things to that purpose. You have had a true account of all ; and if he has given new occasion to be hanged, certaynly he is too dangerous a man to lett live, if we can honestly put him out of the way. Thinke...
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of ..., Volume 5

William Harris - 1814
...justify all he had done, acknowledging no supreame power in England but a pad. and many thirigs to that purpose. You have had a true account of all; and if he has given new occasion to be hanged, certaynly he is too dangerous a man to lett live, if we can honestly put him out of the way. Thin be...
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., Volume 6

Thomas Bayly Howell - Law reports, digests, etc - 1816
...all he had done, acknowledging no supreme power in England, but a parliament; and many things lo that purpose. You have had a true account of all ; and if he has giren new occasion to be hanged, certainly he is too dangerous a man to let live, il we can honestly...
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