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
Thomas Bayly Howell
T.C. Hansard, 1826 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Alexander Maconochie , Lord Advo - ately following , which meeting was
attended cate ( afterwards a lord of Session and ... Alexander MʻLaren people ,
than they are subservient to their acand Thomas Baird , attend to the indictment
He attended the House of Commons , it cannot be considered public meeting
which assembled for that puras ... He did however attend the made at meetings
preparatory to such peti- meeting , and he heard the speeches -- which tions .
I need deliver no opinion farther at this indictment , to which alone I can attend at
present , for the facts charged in the indictpresent . Part of the charge goes very
deep | ment , and , still more , the wicked and felonious They met on pretence of a
Did you attend the meeting ? No . Look at that ! Do you know what was the
purpose of the meeting ? -It was for the purpose of petitioning [ Pamphlet handed
to the witness . ] the sovereign . That was printed in my office . Do you know , if in
Any one was asked to attend . sage , and ask the witness whether he
rememWere any precautions taken to keep your bers it . “ When we came to
discover those proceedings secret from the magistrates ? - alarming facts , our
hearts stood ...
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