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" No libels, no threats, nothing that has happened, nothing that can happen, will weigh a feather against allowing the defendant, upon this and every other question, not only the whole advantage he is entitled ^o from substantial law and justice, but every... "
The General Biographical Dictionary:: Containing an Historical and Critical ... - Pàgina 524
1815
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volum 2

...bias the other way. But I hope, and I know, that I have fortitude enough to refilt even that weaknets. No libels, no threats, nothing that has happened, nothing that can happen, will weigh a feather againft allowing the defendant, upon this and every other queftion, not only the whole advantage he...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volum 23

1793
...way. But I hope, arid I know, that I have fortitude enough to refill even that weaknefs. No libel*, no threats, nothing that has happened, nothing that can happen, will weigh * feather againft allowing the defendant, upon this and every other qucfticn, not only, the whole advantage...
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Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volum 2,Part 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - 1801
...hope, and I know, '- v ••• that I have fortitude enough to reiift even that weaknefs. No libele, no threats, nothing that has happened, nothing that can happen, will weigh a feather againft allowing the defendant, upon this and every other queftion, not only the whole advantage he...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and Critical ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...judgment on the conviction. Upon this occasion lord Mansfield took notice of the unusual appearance of popular heat that had been discovered and directed...weigh a feather against allowing the defendant^ upon tltis and every other question, not only the whole advantage he is entitled to from substantial law...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench ..., Volum 4

Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, Sir James Burrow - 1812
...leaning against their impression, might give a bias the other way. But 1 hope, and I know, that I have fortitude enough to resist even that weakness. No...other question, not only the whole advantage he is intitlcd to from substantial laia and justice 7 but every benefit from the most critical nicety of...
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The General Biographical Dictionary, Volum 22

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...judgment on the conviction. Upon this occasion lord Mansfield took notice of the unusual appearance of popular heat that had been discovered and directed...the defendant, upon this and every other question, riot only the whole advantage he is entitled to from substantial law and justice, but every benefit...
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Annual Register, Volum 35

Edmund Burke - 1821
...leaning against their impression might give a bias the other way. But I hope, and I know, that I have fortitude enough to resist even that weakness. No...question, not only the whole advantage he is entitled ^o from substantial law and justice, but every benefit from the most critical nicety of form, which...
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The American Orator's Own Book: A Manual of Extemporaneous Eloquence ...

1840 - 279 pàgines
...leaning against their impression, might give n bias the other way. But I hope, and I know, that I have fortitude enough to resist even that weakness. ?NO...defendant could claim under the like objection. The only eflect I feel, is on anxiety to be able to explain the grounds upon which we proceed ; so as to satisfy...
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The Young Man: Hints Addressed to the Young Men of the United States

John Todd - 1845 - 355 pàgines
...intent. Leaning against their impression might give a bias the other way. But I hope, and I know, I have fortitude enough to resist even that weakness. No...benefit from the most critical nicety of form which every other defendant would claim under the like objection, a " The threats go further than abuse ;...
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New General Biographical Dictionary, Volum 10

Hugh James Rose - 1848
...the threats that had been used to intimidate the court from doing its duty. " No libels," said he, " no threats, nothing that has happened, nothing that...critical nicety of form, which any other defendant couH claim under the like objection.' The only effect I feel, is an anxiety to be able to explain the...
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