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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... and if any circumstances shall be multitude of people attended , for the
purpose proved tending to connect him with the publiof considering of the
expediency of petitioning cation or sale thereof , he has no doubt , both his royal
highness the ...
The Court , however , in considering of subject . the relevancy , must determine in
the first instance whether the ... This is an pose of the panels was wicked and
felonious . unexceptionable charge , which has never been I consider that the ...
I did noi consider any thing wrong in the rest of it at the time . Lord Advocate .--
You said he wished the Did you write down the passage ? -- No . people to
address their august sovereign ; and Are you quite confident of your recollection
What was its object ? – You mentioned that both of the panels were Solely to
petition the Prince Regent , and bothi members of the committee with you . Was
Houses of Parliament , to consider the grievances Mr. Baird at the public meeting
Had you any consider the propriety of petitioning parliament other conversation
with him on the subject for a reform . than on that occasion ? -Perhaps there
might Had the meeting any other object ? —None , be two or three , but to the
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