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" ... and not the other, it could not be a verdict. Penn. If not guilty be not a verdict, then you make of the jury, and magna charta, but a mere nose of wax. Mead. How! Is not guilty no verdict? Rec . No, it is no verdict. "
The Monthly magazine - Página 114
de Monthly literary register - 1811
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The Trial of William Penn and William Mead: At the Old Bailey, 1670

William Penn - 1670 - 76 páginas
...a meer Nose of Wax. Mead, How ! is Not guilty no Verdict. ". Rec. No, tis no Verdict. Pen. I affirm that the consent of a Jury, is a Verdict in Law ; and if WM be not guilty, it consequently follows, that I am clear, since you have indicted us of a Conspiracy,...
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The Select Works of William Penn....

William Penn - 1782
...Mead. How ! Is not guilty no verdict ? Rec. No, it is no verdict. Penn. I affirm, that the confent of a jury is a verdict in law. And if William Mead be not guilty, it confequently follows, that I am clear; fince you have indicted us of a confpiracy, and I could not...
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The Select Works of William Penn....

William Penn - 1782
...wax. Mead. How! Is not guilty no verdict? Rec. No, it is no verdict. Penn. I affirm, that the confent of a jury is a verdict in law. And if William Mead be not guilty, it confequently follows, that I am clear ; fince you have indicted us of a confpiracy, and I could...
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The Belfast Monthly Magazine, Volumen 7

1811
...nose of wax. Mead. How ! Is not guilty, no verdict ? Recorder. No, it ii no verdict. Penn. I affirm, that the consent of a jury is a verdict in law. And if William Mead be not guilty, it consequently follows, that I am clear ; since you have indicted us of a conspiracy, and 1 could...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volumen 31

1811
...in law; and if William Mead I not guilty, I am clear, as I could not] sibly conspire alone." -Л " The jury again received a charge; were sent out ; returned, and presented the same verdict. Un this, the Recorder threatened Mr. Bushel, and said, " Wliit he had any thing to do in the city,...
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Select Reviews, Volumen 5

1812
...Edward III.'s time. The jury is a verdict in law; and if Wil- foreman remonstrated in vain, that liam Mead be not guilty, I am clear, as I could not possibly...threatened Mr. Bushel, and said, " while he had any tiling to do in the city, he would have an eye upon him!" The lord mayor termed him a pitiful fellow,...
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The Select Works of William Penn, Volumen 1

William Penn - 1825
...mere nose of wax. Mead. How ! Is not guilty no verdict ? Red No, it is no verdict. Penn. I affirm, that the consent of a jury is a verdict in law. And if William Mead be not guilty, it consequently follows, that I am clear; since you have indicted us of a conspiracy, and I could not...
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The Register of Pennsylvania: Devoted to the Preservation of ..., Volumen 4

Samuel Hazard - 1828
...\fnotguiltybe not a verdict, then you make of the jury.and Magna Charta, but a mere miff of wax.' I affirm that the consent of a jury is a verdict in law; and...am clear, as I could not possibly conspire alone. VOL. 'IV. 2 The jury again received a charge; were sent out; returned, and presented the tame verdict....
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania, Volumen 4

1829
...guilty be not a verdict, then you make of the jury.and Magna Charta, but a mere note of wax.' I affirm that the consent of a jury is a verdict in law; and...William Mead be not guilty, I am clear, as I could not posiibly conspire alone. VOL. IV. 2 The jury again received a charge,; were sent out; returned, and...
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The history of the rise, increase and progress of the ... Quakers ..., Volumen 7

Willem Sewel - 1834
...guilty no verdict?', " No," said the recorder, " it is no verdict." To which Penn replied, " I affirm that the consent of a jury is a verdict in law ; and if W. Mead be not guilty, it consequently follows, that I am clear, since you have indicted us of conspiracy,...
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