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" I appeal to the jury, who are my judges, and this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law, in offering to give the jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners. I say it is directly opposite... "
The Monthly magazine - Página 145
1811
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The trial of William Penn and William Mead at the Old Bailey, 1670

William Penn, William Mead, England and Wales. Court of Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery (London and Middlesex) - 1670 - 76 páginas
...absence, at which WP with a very raised Voice, it being a considerable distance from the Bench, spake. not most arbitrary, and void of all Law, in offering...Jury their Charge in the absence of the Prisoners ; I say.it is directly opposit to, and destructive of, the undoubted right of every English Prisoner, as...
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A Collection of the Most Remarkable and Interesting Trials ..., Volume 1

1775
...Jury, who are my Judges, and. this great Aflembly, whether the proceedings of the Court are not moil arbitrary, and void of all law, in offering to give the Jury their charge in the abfence of the prifoners ; I fay, it is directly oppofite to, and deftruclivc of, the undoubted, right...
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The Select Works of William Penn....

William Penn - 1782
...jury, who are my judges, and this great aflembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not moft arbitrary, and void of all law, in offering to give the jury their charge in the abfence of the prifoners. I fay, it is directly oppofite to, and deflnitive of, the undoubted right...
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The Select Works of William Penn....

William Penn - 1782
...jury, who are my judges, and this great aflcmbly, whether the proceedings of the court are not moft arbitrary, and void of all law, in offering to give the jury their charge in the abfence of the prifoners. I fay, it is directly oppofite to, and deftructive of, the undoubted right...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volume 5

Enos Bronson - 1811
...I appeal to the jury, •who are my judges, and this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law,...undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Cook, in the 2d Inst. 29, on the chap, of Magna Charta speaks. Recorder. Why ye are present; you do hear,...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 31

1811
...I appeal to the jury, who ire my judges, •and this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law,...their charge in the absence of the prisoners. I say К is directly opposite to, nnd destructive of, the undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Cook,...
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Select Reviews, Volume 5

1812
...Dock] I appeal to the jury, who are my judges, and this great assembly, whether the proceedings of the court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law,...undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Cook, in the 2d Inst. 29, on the chap, of Magna Charta speaks. Recorder. Why ye are present; you do hear,...
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Memoirs of the Private and Public Life of William Penn, Volume 1

Thomas Clarkson - 1813 - 500 páginas
...•whether the proceedings of the Court are not most arbitrary, and void of all law, in endeavouring to give the Jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners. I say if is directly opposite to and destructive of the undoubted right of every English prisoner, as Coke...
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The history of the Puritans, or Protestant non-conformists: with an account ...

Daniel Neal - 1817
...jury, and this great assembly, whether it be not contrary to the undoubted right of every .Englishman, to give the jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners ?" The recorder answered with a «ueer, Y>- are present, ye do hear, do ye not ? Penn answered, No...
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The history of the Puritans, or Protestant non-conformists: with an account ...

Daniel Neal - 1817
...jury, and this great assembly, whether it be not contrary to the undoubted right of every Englishman, to give the jury their charge in the absence of the prisoners ?" The recorder answered with a sneer, Ye are present, ye do hear, do ye not ? Penn answered, No thanks...
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