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
I do pamphlets were ready not remember particularly any thing else he Which of
you asked ! -I am not certain . said . You both went for that purpose ? -Yes . Was
that proposition of his adopted by the committee or not ? -No ; it was not . Andrew
Alexander Then you do not mean to pronounce an MʻLaren , opinion as to any
thing that was uttered by Is that the man behind me ? -Yes . M'Laren , except the
passage about allegiance ? Do you remember any part of his speech ? -No .
Was any objection made to that passage ? Did you ever hear from him any hint ,
that I was against ihe printing altogether , not that induced you to believe he
entertained disloyal I thought there was any thing wrong in the opinions , or
-I have . gentleman read an account of the proceedings Has he expressed his
sentiments with appa- in a company from a Glasgow paper . rent sincerity and
conviction ? -With the Did you ever hear Mr. Baird say any thing greatest I have
Can any thing more insidious , — they hold up to reprobation the higher orders
any thing more wicked , -any thing more sediof the State , the revolutionary fate of
the tious be conceived or imagined ? I will fairly Church does not seem to have ...
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