A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors from the Earliest Period to the Year 1783, with Notes and Other Illustrations, Volume 33
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1826 - Trials
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Brunt and Ings, it will be proved to you, hired that room for the avowed purpose of
a lodging for the prisoner Ings, but for ... Having prepared means for effectuating
their plans, their meetings at the room in Brunt's house became more frequent ...
Upon that occasion it was agreed that they should meet again on the following
Monday; and you will find they did accordingly meet at Brunt's. The same plan
was canvassed—no objection was made to it—and they then searated for the ...
who then effected their escape, out of the eleven comprised in the indictment,
were Brunt, Harrison, and Thistlewood. Several others, assembled upon that
occasion, whose names are not known, also made their escape. The officers not
Ings and Brunt. What did you say about not wearing the crown 2–He said, “I think
it is no use the new king ever thinking of wearing the crown.” You have told us, at
first Harrison and Thistlewood and yourself were there; did any other persons ...
be in the room, Brunt appeared as if he was leaving the room, and Thistlewood
seemed to recollect himself, and said, “oh, Brunt, it will be highly necessary for all
that attend the committee to-morrow morning to bring arms with them in case any
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