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" ... the thing was pressed upon them ; and a libel it could not be, because the intent was innocent, and they kept within the bounds set up by the law that gives the subject leave to apply to his prince by petition when he is aggrieved. "
The History of England from the Earliest Accounts of Time, to the Death of ... - Pagina 92
di Isaac Kimber - 1722
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., Volume 12

1816
...and a libel it could Dot be, because the intent was innocent, and they kept «Ąthin the bounds set by the act of parliament, that gives the subject leave...apply to his prince by petition, when he is aggrieved. Д. D. 1668. [398 In the next place, my lord, we are told what great danger our religion is.in by this...
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Della istoria d'Italia antica e moderna, Volume 1

Luigi Bossi - 1819
...them ; nor, in fhort a Libel, ' bccaufe the Intent was innocent, and they kept within ' the Bounds fet by the Act of Parliament, that gives ' the Subject...aggrieved.' When the Council on both Sides had dona, Chief Juftice Wrizbt fummed up the Evidence, and in the end told the Jury, that his Opinion was, that...
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The Life of William Sancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury, Volume 1

George D'Oyly - 1821 - 470 pagine
...them; and a libel it could not be, because the intent was innocent, and they kept within the bounds set by the act of parliament, that gives the subject leave...apply to his prince by petition when he is aggrieved." After this triumphant defence, a reply was attempted on the part of the prosecution. It was principally...
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The Book of the Church, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1824
...them; and a libel it could not be, because the intent was innocent, and they kept within the bounds set by the act of Parliament that gives the subject leave...apply to his Prince by petition when he is aggrieved." The Chief Justice Sir Robert Wright declared the petition libellous ; of the three puisne* judges,...
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State Trials: Or, A Collection of the Most Interesting Trials ..., Volume 2

Samuel March Phillipps - 1826
...because the intent was innocent, and they kept within the bounds set by the Act of Parliament, which gives the subject leave to apply to his Prince by petition, when he thinks himself aggrieved." The Attorney-General and Solicitor-Gene- Reply/ ral spoke at some length...
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Memorials of the Stuart Dynasty: Including the Constitutional and ...

Robert Vaughan - 1831
...the intent was innocent, n. \^v^/ and they kept within the bounds set by the act of parliament, which gives the subject leave to apply to his prince by petition, when he thinks himself aggrieved. riKirac. The attorney-general and solicitor-general maintained doctrines...
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History of the revolution in England in 1688: Comprising a view of ..., Volume 2

Sir James Mackintosh - 1834
...it could not be, because the intent was innocent, and they kept within the bounds set up by the law that gives the subject leave to apply to his prince by petition when he is aggrieved." The Crown lawyers, by whom this extensive and bold defence seems to have been unforeseen, manifested...
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History of the Revolution in England in 1688, Volume 2

James Mackintosh - 1834
...it could not be, because the intent was innocent, and they kept within the bounds set up by the law that gives the subject leave to apply to his prince by petition when he Ls aggrieved." The Crown lawyers, by whom this extensive and bold defence seems to have been unforeseen,...
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History of the Revolution in England in 1688, comprising a view of the Reign ...

James Mackintosh - 1834
...be, becanse the intent was innocent, and they kept within the bounds set up by the law that i^ives the subject leave to apply to his prince by petition when he is aggrieved." The Crown lawyers, by whom this extensive and bold defence seems to have been unforeseen, manifested...
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A View of the Reign of James II. from His Accession, to the Enterprise of ...

Sir James Mackintosh - 1835 - 731 pagine
...it could not be, because the intent was innocent, and they kept within the bounds set up by the law that gives the subject leave to apply to his prince by petition when he is aggrieved." The Crown lawyers, by whom this extensive and bold defence seems to have been unforeseen, manifested...
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