I saw and felt, and sympathized with you, in the shudder which marked your feelings as that and kindred sentences fell upon your astonished ears. I forgot I was here, and was carried for a moment to some heated tribune of Paris, where some spirit of fierceness... REPORT OF THE GREAT CONSPIRACY CASE - Page 2751851Full view
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Joseph W. Donovan - Jury - 1881 - 690 pages
...holden, and the victims of the law be dragged from the bloody fingers of power?" Do I overstate it? No, I know you recollect it. I saw and felt, and sympathized...to law and country; a tendency to forsake the old land marks; to treat the lessons of sages which come down from our fathers, as antiquated and worn...