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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After his evidence is finished, three witnesses are called who confirm him merely
as to the fact, that a room was taken in Foxcourt. Now, I admit he is confirmed as
to the fact, that these conspirators (for so I will call them) took a room in Fox-court
Ask yourselves, who else might have been called? dence before you, that among
these conspirators there is a man of the name of Edwards, who was one of the
most active; he is stated to you to have been a man peculiarly busy in making ...
should be taken ; but when they are taken, nesses cannot be called to say that
they are not one word of this proclamation is found innocent men, for if they come
here they must upon them, and the whole proof of this most admit that they have ...
Then John Muddock was called, and he stated, “I am a soldier in the Coldstream
regiment of guards; I was one of the party that went to Cato-street; I recollect
seeing a man near the stable door; I saw him the next day at Whitehall, and I
They then called Samuel Hercules Taunton, another of the officers, who says, “on
the morning of the 24th of February, I went to Brunt's lodgings, to apprehend him;
I took him in the front two-pair of stairs room; I found there two rush baskets, ...
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