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Strona 2 - You shall well and truly try, and true deliverance make, between our Sovereign Lord the King and the prisoner at the bar, whom you shall have in charge, and a true verdict give, according to the evidence. So help you God.
Strona 2 - ... your life and death ; if therefore you will challenge them, or any of them, your time is to speak unto them as they come to the book to be sworn, and before they be sworn.
Strona 31 - I am to answer it at the great tribunal, where I must appear, I am as innocent as the child unborn of the death of my father. I would not endeavour to save my life, at the expense of truth. I really thought the powder an innocent, inoffensive thing ; and I gave it to procure his love (meaning towards Cranstoun).
Strona 30 - I was forsaken by my friends — affronted by the mob — and insulted by my servants. — Although I begged to have the liberty to listen at the door where he died, I was not allowed it. My keys were taken from...
Strona 3 - Oyez, Oyez, Oyez-, If any one can inform My Lords the King's Juftices, the King's Serjeant, the King's Attorney...
Strona 15 - I never saw any two things in nature more alike than the decoction made with the powder found in Mr. Blandy's gruel, and that made with white arsenic.
Strona 30 - DEAR WILLY, — My father is so bad that I have only time to tell you that if you do not hear from me soon again, don't be frightened. Lest any accident should happen to your letters, take care what you write. My sincere compliments. I am ever yours.
Strona 31 - I was sent to gaol, and was in hopes there at least this usage would have ended; but was told it was reported I was frequently drunk; that I attempted to make my escape; that I did not attend at 126 chapel.