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" ... thus committed were discharged, because those who had suffered by their crimes would not appear to give evidence upon their trial : in how many cases the witnesses who did appear withheld the evidence that they could have given : and how numerous... "
Observations on the Criminal Law of England: As it Relates to Capital ... - Página 13
por Samuel Romilly - 1810 - 76 páginas
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review: Containing Sketches and ..., Volumen10

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1811
...the 1,872 thus committed were discharged, because those who had suffered by their crimes would not appear to give evidence upon their trial : in how...upon the whole wise and beneficial to the community. — It^icannoU therefore, but be useful to examine the arguments by which it is defended. Discussions...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volumen10

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1811
...'.hose who had suffered by their crimes would not appear to give evidence upon their trial : in bow many cases the witnesses who did appear withheld the...conceive that it is upon the whole wise and beneficial 10 the community. — It cannot, therefore, but be useful to examine the arguments by which it is defended....
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The Edinburgh Review, Volumen19

1811
...the evidence that they could have gw'en : and how numerous were the instances in which juries round a compassionate verdict, in direct contradiction to...existed to a considerable degree, no man can doubt, 'p. 11. • It is however maintained, that whatever may be the history of this discrepancy between...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen19

1811
...given : and nqw numerous were the instances in which juries found a compassionate verdict, in dh'ect contradiction to the plain facts clearly established...existed to a considerable degree, no man can doubt 'p. 11. It is however maintained, that whatever may be the history of this discrepancy between the...
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The Pamphleteer, Volumen8

Abraham John Valpy - 1816
...had suffered by their crimes would not appear to give evidence upon their trial : in how many eases, the witnesses who did appear, withheld the evidence...existed to a considerable degree, no man can doubt." p. xi. But some will say that it appears these laws are obsolete; that judges, jury, all agree in not...
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The Pamphleteer, Volumen8

1816
...compassionate verdict in direct contradiction to the plain facts clearly established before them, M» we do not know ; but that these evils must all have...existed to a considerable degree, no man can doubt." p. xi. But some will say that it appears these laws are obsolete; that judges, jury, all agree in not...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volumen7

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...of obliging them to keep exercises in the schools, as the other candidates for degrees did. Id. Ho r numerous were the instances in which juries found...existed to a considerable degree, no man can doubt. Sir Samuel Romtlly. DEGREE, in universities, denotes a quality conferred on the students or members...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art ..., Volumen7

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
...numerous were the instances in which juries found a compassionate verdict, in direct contradiciion to the plain facts clearly established before them, we do not know j but that these evils must all have existed to a considerable -i <;f>-c , DO man can doubt. Str &imit?l...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., Volúmenes5-6

Maurice Cross - 1835
...their trial : in how many cases the witnesses who did appear withheld the evidence that they coultl have given : and how numerous were the instances in...them, we do not know ; but that these evils must all fcave existed lo a considerable degree, no man can doubt." p. 11. It is however maintained, that whatever...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., Volúmenes5-6

Maurice Cross - 1835
...the evidence that they could have giveo : and how numerous were the instances in which juries found« compassionate verdict, in direct contradiction to...them, we do not know ; but that these evils must all hW? eiisted to a considerable degree, no man can doubt." p. 11 . It is however maintained, that whatever...
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