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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Did he ever explain by what means he thought this should be attempted —I have
often heard him say he was anxious that any thing like violence should be
avoided, and that none but constitutional measures should be taken. Does Mr.
—Yes, I have heard him pay the greatest encomiums to the administration of the
law. He said he was proud to be a native of a country in which the laws were so
well administered. You never heard him speak of them as administered unjustly ...
Did he pray earnestly for him f-Earnestly, more so than any minister I ever heard.
Did you ever hear him use disrespectful terms in speaking of the king?-No, never.
How did he speak of him —He always spoke of him with respect. Do you ...
If such an expression had been used, must you have heard it *—Yes. - * You
know his mode of '. ?—Yes. Were you quite within hearing of him?— Yes. Did he
say anything that night, or upon any occasion you ever heard, against the mode
I omitted to ask you whether when Ruthven, Ellis, and Smithers went up the
ladder, you heard either of them say any !. to the persons in the loft —I heard
somebody say something, but who it was I cannot say: I heard somebody say
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