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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David Boyle, Lord Justice Clerk. Lord Hermand. Lord Gillies. Lord Pitmilly. Lord
Reston. Counsel for the Crown. Rt. Hon. Alexander Maconochie, Lord Advocate [
afterwards a lord of Session and Justiciary, with the title of Lord Meadowbank.] ...
When the facts are disclosed in the evidence, we shall have a fitter opportunity for
remarking on them. Lord Advocate. ... Your lordships have heard what has been
said on behalf of the prisoners, and what has been said by the lord advocate.
... he should be so infatuated as to turn a deaf ear to the general cries of his
people (or voice of his people, I do not know which), to hell with allegiance.” Is
that the whole of the passage?—The whole of the passage, as far as P. Lord
Lord Advocate.—Did you ever go to Crawford's with Baird to inquire after the
publication?—I did. What did you ask?–We asked if any of the pamphlets were
ready. * Which of you asked 2–I am not certain. You both went for that purpose?
Lord Advocate.—How many days before the meeting?—I am not certain. It was
some days?—It was some days, I think. Mr. Clerk.-Are you sure it was some days
before the meeting 2—I am certain; for immediately or the night before the ...
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