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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... lawfully recommend the said petitions: and he denies that he is guilty of the
crime of sedition. , “The panel took no charge whatever of printing the pamphlet
produced with the libel; and he finds that his own speech is inaccurately reported.
The major proposition of the indictment charges sedition in general terms. This is
an unexceptionable charge, which has never been objected to, that I know of, but
in one case, where the question regarding it was argued, and the objection ...
Witness.-That is what I meant to say. “To hell with allegiance,” is all that I heard at
the meeting. Had you any charge as to printing that pamphlet?—I was appointed
to a charge about the printing, but I never acted to it. Who had the charge along ...
sions charged in the indictment are seditious; and I have had to-day the
satisfaction to hear that the court thinks so likewise. ... has attempted to convince
you that both of the prisoners at the bar have been guilty of the crimes laid to their
The Indictment exhibited against the prisoners at the bar, contains in the major
proposition, a general charge of sedition, and in ... One of them is charged with
having delivered, at a meeting held in the neighbourhood of the town of
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