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" I only to suffer death, after being adjudged guilty by your tribunal, I should bow in silence, and meet the fate that awaits me without a murmur; but the sentence of the law which delivers my body to the executioner, will, through the ministry of that... "
The History of the Late Grand Insurrection: Or the Struggle for Liberty in ... - Page 321
1805 - 386 pages
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History of the Civil War in Ireland, Containing an Impartial ..., Volume 2

James Gordon - Ireland - 1805
...shelter it from the storm by which it is at present buffetted.—Was I only to suffer death, after bsing adjudged guilty by your tribunal, I should bow in...silence, and meet the fate that awaits me without a murmur—but the sentence of the law which delivers my body to the executianer, will, through the ministry...
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An Historical Review of the State of Ireland from the Invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - Ireland - 1806
...at present buffetted Was I only to suffer death, after being adjudged guilty by your tribunal....! should bow in silence, and meet the fate that awaits...law which delivers my body to the executioner, will, thro' the ministry of that law, labour in its own vindication, to consign my character to obloquy.....
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An Historical Review of the State of Ireland from the Invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - Ireland - 1806
...at present buffetted Was I only to suffer death, after being adjudged guilty by your tribunal....! should bow in silence, and meet the fate that awaits me without amurmur....but the sentence of the law which delivers my body to the executioner, will, thro' the ministry...
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Speeches of John Philpot Curran, Esq: With a Brief Sketch of the ..., Volume 2

John Philpot Curran - Ireland - 1811
...harbour to shelter it from the storms by which it is at present buffeted. Were I only to suffer death, after being adjudged guilty by your tribunal, I should...murmur; but the sentence of the law, which delivers my bqdy to the executioner, will, through the ministry of that law, labour, in its own vindication, to...
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Speeches of John Philpot Curran, Esq: With a Brief Sketch of the ..., Volume 2

John Philpot Curran - Ireland - 1811
...harbour to shelter it from the storms by which it is at present buff-ted. Were I only to suffer death, after being adjudged guilty by your tribunal, I should...without a murmur; but the sentence of the law, which deli-" vers my body to the executioner, will, through the ministry of that law, labour, in its own...
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The Busy body, or Men and manners, ed. by Humphrey Hedgehog

John Agg - 1817
...suffer only death, after being adjudged guilty, I would bow in silence to the fate which awaits me; but the sentence of the law, which delivers my body to the executioner, consigns my character to obloquy. A man in my situation has not only to encounter the difficulties...
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The Speeches of Charles Phillip: Esquire, Delivered at the Bar and on ...

Charles Phillips - Speeches, addresses, etc., Irish - 1820 - 284 pages
...harbour to shelter it from the storms by which it is at present buffeted. Were I only to suffer death, after being adjudged guilty by your tribunal, I should...executioner, will, through the ministry "of that law, labour, in its own vindication, to consign my character to obloquy—for there must be guilt somewhere;...
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Selections, from Several Literary Works: Comprising The Declaration of ...

Thomas O'Connor - English literature - 1824 - 153 pages
...harbour to shelter it from the storm by which'it is at present buffetted. Was I only to suffer death, after being adjudged guilty by your tribunal, I should...executioner, will, through the ministry of that law, labour in its own vindication, to consign my character to obloquy — for there must be guilt somewhere:...
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An Essay on Elocution: Designed for the Use of Schools and Private Learners

Samuel Kirkham - Elocution - 1834 - 341 pages
...harbour to shelter it from the storms by which it is at present buffeted'. Were I only to suffer death', after being adjudged guilty by your tribunal', I should...executioner', will', through the ministry of that law', labour', in its own vindication', to consign my character to obloquy' — for there must be guilt SOMEWHERE';...
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Irish Eloquence: The Speeches of the Celebrated Irish Orators: Phillips ...

Orators - 1834 - 548 pages
...which it is at present buffeted. — Was I only to suffer death, after being adjudged guilty by ymtr tribunal — I should bow in silence, and meet the fate that awaits me without am irmur : but the sentence of law which delivers my body to the executioner, will, through the ministry...
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