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" Prosecutors, whether attorneys and solicitorsgeneral, or managers of impeachment, acted with the fury which in such circumstances might be expected ; juries partook, naturally enough, of the national ferment ; and judges, whose duty it was to guard them... "
A chronological abridgment of the history of Great Britain, from the first ... - Page 381
by Antoine François Bertrand de Moleville - 1812
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A topographical and historical description of the parish of Tixall, by sir T ...

sir Thomas Hugh Constable (1st bart.), Arthur Clifford - 1817
...and solicitors-general, (i) See above pp. 121, 122, ia3. ( 268 ) or managers of impeachments, acted with the fury which in such circumstances might be...enough of the national ferment ; and judges, whose duly it was to guard them against such impressions, were scandalously active in confirming them in...
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Historical Memoirs of the English, Irish, and Scottish Catholics: Since the ...

Charles Butler - Church and state - 1822
...acted with the fury, which, in such cir" cumstances, might be expected. Juries partook " naturally of the national ferment ; and judges *, " whose duty...against such " impressions, were scandalously active in con" firming them in their prejudices, and inflaming " their passions. The king, who is supposed, to...
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Historical Memoirs of the English, Irish, and Scottish Catholics: Since the ...

Charles Butler - Church and state - 1822
...acted with the fury, which, in such cir" cumstances, might be expected. Juries partook " naturally of the national ferment ; and judges *, " whose duty...against such " impressions, were scandalously active in con" firming them in their prejudices, and inflaming " their passions. The king, who is supposed to...
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The book of the Roman-Catholic Church: in letters addressed to R. Southey on ...

Charles Butler, Robert Southey - 1825
...executed. Prosecutors, whether attor" nies and solicitors-general, or managers of im" peachment, acted with the fury which, in such " circumstances, might...against " such impressions, were scandalously active in con" firming them in their prejudices, and. inflaming " their passions." — " Lord chief justice Scroggs,"...
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The Book of the Roman-Catholic Church: In a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Charles Butler - Great Britain - 1825 - 347 pages
...executed. Prosecutors, whether atto1v " nies and solicitors-general, or managers of ira" peachment, acted with the fury which, in such " circumstances, might...against " such impressions, were scandalously active in con" finning them in their prejudices, and inflaming " their passions." — " Lord chief justice Scroggs,"...
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Westminster Hall: Or, Professional Relics and Anecdotes of the Bar, Bench ...

Henry Roscoe - Law - 1825
...and Solicitors General, or Managers of Impeachments, acted with the fury which iu such circnmstances might be expected; Juries partook, naturally enough,...against such impressions, were scandalously active in confirming them in their prejudices, and inflaming their passions." A CHINESE INDICTMENT FOR HIGH TREASON....
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Londiniana: Or, Reminiscences of the British Metropolis, Volume 3

Edward Wedlake Brayley - London (England) - 1828
...executed. Prosecutors, whether Attornies and Solicitors General, or Managers of Impeachments, acted 'with the fury which, in such circumstances) might...be expected. Juries partook naturally enough of the na" Iional ferment; and Judges, whose duty it waste guard them against such impressions, were scandalously...
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Londiniana: Or, Reminiscences of the British Metropolis: Including ..., Volume 3

Edward Wedlake Brayley - London (England) - 1829
...executed. Prosecutors, whether Attornies and Solicitors General, or Managers of Impeachments, acted with the fury which, in such circumstances! might...be expected. Juries partook naturally enough of the na" 'ional ferment ; and Judges, whose duty it was to guard them against such impressions, were scandalously...
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Criminal Trials ...

David Jardine, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Criminals - 1832
...executed. Prosecutors, whether attorneys and solicitors-general, or managers of impeachments, acted with the fury which in such circumstances might be...against such impressions, were scandalously active in confirming them in their prejudices, and inflaming their passions." Whether we impute the origin of...
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The Lives and Criminal Trials of Celebrated Men

David Jardine - Great Britain - 1835 - 520 pages
...executed. Prosecutors, whether attorneys and solicitors-general, or managers of impeachments, acted with the fury which in such circumstances might be...against such impressions, were scandalously active in confirming them in their prejudices, and inflaming their passions.' Whether we impute the origin of...
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