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" The trial closed — the court, after some deliberation, pronounced sentence of death, and the sentence was finally approved by his Excellency, the Marquis Cornwallis. Teeling had over-valued the high character of the viceroy — he was deaf to every... "
Sequel to Personal narrative of the 'Irish rebellion' of 1798 - Page 240
by Charles Hamilton Teeling - 1832
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Memoirs and Correspondence of Admiral Lord De Saumarez: From ..., Volume 2

Sir John Ross - Admirals - 1838
...arisen in the minds of the members of the court, and reference was made to the Admiralty, with a request that the law officers of the Crown might be consulted as to the legality of holding a naval court-martial on the accused. The St. George had topmasts as lower masts,...
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History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798: With Memoirs of the Union, and ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - Emmet's rebellion, 1803 - 1845 - 477 pages
...to justify his treason, the impression his address made upon the auditory was highly in his favour. "The trial closed — the court, after some deliberation,...tribunals were open, and in a case where the accused had no commission from the crown. An interview with his excellency was found impracticable, but the...
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History of the Irish rebellion in 1798: with memoirs of the union, and ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - History - 1854 - 477 pages
...to justify his treason, the impression his address made upon the auditory wai highly in his favour. "The trial closed — the court, after some deliberation,...tribunals were open, and in a case where the accused had no commission from the crown. An interview with his excellency was found impracticable, but the...
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History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798;: With Memoirs of the Union, and ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - Ireland - 1866 - 476 pages
...every application for mercy, though solicited by some of the most zealous supporters of the governmcntj who voluntarily came forward, and had the manliness...tribunals were open, and in a case where the accused had no commission from the crown. An interview with his excellency was found impracticable, but the...
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History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798: With Memoirs of the Union, and ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - Ireland - 1894 - 477 pages
...sentence of death, and the sentence was finally approved by his Excellency, the Marquis Cornwallie. Teeling had over-valued the high character of the...tribunals were open, and in a case where the accused had no commission from the crown. An interview with his excellency was found impracticable, but the...
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 10

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1899
...Forests. OTTAWA, 21st February, 1867. WOODS AND FOBESTS, PS — The undersigned had intended to add that the Law Officers of the Crown might be consulted as to what steps should be taken. PMP The powers referred to in the Gold Mining Act of 27-28 Viet., were...
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The New Ireland Review, Volume 10

1899
...prison, drew up a memorial addressed to the Lord Lieutenant, praying for twenty-four hours' respite, that the law officers of the Crown might be consulted as to the competency of a military court to try, for high treason, one who held no commission from the Crown, at a time when the civil tribunals...
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