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" Living. I shall not trouble your Honours with long Speeches; for I have not the Presumption to expect, that you may, by any Means, be prevailed on to deviate in your Sentence from the Law, in my Favour. All... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Página 173
1747
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volumen 3

1794
...hearers, by the following addrefs, which was taken down in ihorthand by a perfonon the fpot : — '' I am a poor, unhappy woman, " who have no money to fee lawyers *' to plead for me, and find it very " difficult to get a tolerable liveli" hood. " I (hall not trouble your honours "...
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The Eccentric Mirror:: Reflecting a Faithful and Interesting Delineation of ...

G. H. Wilson - 1807
...might be pronounced against her, she surprised her hearers by the following remarkable address:-- •" I am a poor unhappy woman, who have . no money to fee lawyers to plead for me, and find it very difficult to get a tolerable livelihood. I therefore shall not trouble your honours...
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The American Law Journal, Volumen 4

John Elihu Hall - 1813
...JV*ew> England, where she was prosecuted for having a bastard child. May it please the honourable bench, to indulge me in a few •words : — I am a poor,...being hard put to it to get a tolerable living. I shall not trouble your honours with a long speech, for I have not the presumption to expect, that you...
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The bachelor's wife, a selection of curious and interesting extracts

John Galt - 1824
...day, and fp whom she had afterwards fifteen children. Listen." " May it please the honourable bench to indulge me in a few words. I am a poor unhappy...being hard put to it to get a tolerable living. I shall not trouble your honours with long speeches; for I have not the presumption to expect that you...
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The Bachelor's Wife: A Selection of Curious and Interesting Extracts, with ...

John Galt - 1824 - 444 páginas
...day, and to whom she had afterwards fifteen children. Listen." " May it please the honourable bench to indulge me in a few words. I am a poor unhappy...being hard put to it to get a tolerable living. I shall not trouble your honours with long speeches; for I have not the presumption to expect that you...
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Shores of Vespucci: Or, Romance Without Fiction

Marshall Tufts - 1833 - 240 páginas
...address, ithich was taken down in short hand by a person on the spot, and is perhaps without a parallel. " I am a poor unhappy woman, who have no money to fee lawyers to plead for me, and find it very difficult to get a tolerable livelihood. I shall net trouble your VESPUCCI. Honors...
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THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION

The Mirror of Literature,Amusement,and Instruction New Series VOL.IV - 1843
...as much to the purpose, she addressed her judges as follows:— " May it please the honourable bench to indulge me in a few words : I am a poor unhappy woman, wiio have no money to fee lawyers to plead for me, being hard put to it to get a tolerable laving....
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Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin, Volumen 1

James Parton - 1864 - 632 páginas
...by whom she had fifteen children. "May it please the honourable bench to indulge me in a fewwords : I am a poor unhappy woman, who have no money to fee lawyers to plead for me, being tuird put to it to get a living. I shall not trouble your honours with long speeches ; for I have not...
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Plain home talk

Edward Bliss Foote - 1892 - 959 páginas
...natural right to bear children. "May it please the honorable bench," remarked the heroic Hiss Baker, " to indulge me in a few words. I am a poor, unhappy...being hard put to it to get a tolerable living. I ,slin 11 not trouble your Honors with long speeches, nor have I the presumption to expect that yon...
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The True Benjamin Franklin

Sydney George Fisher - 1898 - 369 páginas
...to marry her the next day — by whom she had fifteen children. "May it please the honourable bench to indulge me in a few words : I am a poor, unhappy...lawyers to plead for me, being hard put to it to get a living. . . . Abstracted from the law, I cannot conceive (may it please your honours) what the nature...
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