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" would not have given the king an hour's notice for saving his life— the trial must proceed. "
Memoirs of the House of Commons : from the Convention Parliament of 1688-9 ... - Página 399
de William Charles Townsend - 1844
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Letters of Lady Rachel Russell: From the Manuscript in the Library at Woburn ...

Lady Rachel Russell - 1809 - 351 páginas
...hardly with you1; but 1 am afraid it will appear you would have dealt more hardly with the King: you would not have given the King an hour's notice for saving his life. Secondary frolman. I gave my brother Normansel a copy of the pannel on my side, and hear that my brother...
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Letters. To which is prefixed, an intr. vindicating the character of lord ...

Rachel Russell (baroness.) - 1809
...hardly with you ; but 1 am afraid it will appear you would have dealt more hardly with the King: you would not have given the King an hour's notice for saving his life. Secondary frotman. I gave my brother Normansel a copy of the pannel on my side, and hear that my brother...
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The Life of William Lord Russell: With Some Account of the Times in which He ...

Earl John Russell Russell - 1819 - 329 páginas
...hardly with you ; but I am afraid it will appear " you would have dealt more hardly with the King ; you would not " have given the King an hour's notice for saving his life." The Secondary Normansel was then sent for, when it appeared that a list of names had been given to Lord...
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The Cabinet Portrait Gallery of British Worthies, Volúmenes 5-8

1845
...in furnishing the list of the jurymen. •' You," cried the attorney general, Sir Robert Sawyer, " would not have given the king an hour's notice for saving his life— the trial must proceed." Russell asked for the use of pen, ink, and paper, and for permission to use such papers...
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Cabinet Portrait Gallery of British Worthies, Volúmenes 7-9

1846
...in furnishing the list of the jurymen. •' You," cried the attorney-general, Sir Robert Sawyer, " would not have given the king an hour's notice for saving his life—the trial must proceed." Russell asked for the use of pen, ink, and paper, and for permission...
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The English constitution in the reign of king Charles the second

Andrew Amos - 1857
...Russell was privy to the Rye-House Assassination Plot, which was never attempted to be proved) ; you would not have given the King an hour's notice for saving his life. Chief Justice. Mr Attorney, why may not this trial be respited till the afternoon ? Attorney- General....
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the ..., Volumen 3

Cassell, ltd - 1865
...because material witnesses had not arrived, but the attorney-general, Sir Robert Sawyer, replied, "You would not have given the king an hour's notice for saving his life ; the trial must proceed." He then requested the use of pen, ink, and paper, and for permission to avail himself...
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The Boy's Yearly Volume for ...

1868
...might be able to produce important witnesses, Sir Robert Sawyer, the attorneygeneral, replied, " You would not have given the king an hour's notice for saving his life — the trial must proceed." He, however, was allowed the use of pen, ink, and paper, and some one to assist him...
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Half hours of English history, from James the first to queen Victoria ...

English history - 1881
...but the attorney-general, sir Robert Sawyer, opposed the application with a taunt. " You," he said to lord Russell, " would not have given the king an hour's notice for saving his life." The noble prisoner having obtained pen, ink, and paper, a touching passage is recorded to have taken place...
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Monthly Packet

1888
...witnesses had not had time to arrive, but the Attorney-General, Sir Robert Sawyer, brutally answered, ' You would not have given the king an hour's notice for saving his life, the trial must proceed.' Lord Russell asked for pen, ink, and paper, and for permission to take notes of the...
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