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" Jennings, whom they found fast asleep ; his pockets were searched, and from one of them was drawn a purse containing exactly nineteen guineas, which the gentleman identified. Jennings was dragged out of bed and charged with the robbery. He denied it most... "
The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ... - 249. oldal
1825
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence

Samuel March Phillipps - 1816 - 692 oldal
...known to be against him, that several of his friends advised him to plead guilty on his trial, and to throw himself on the mercy of the court. This advice he rejected, and, when arraigned, pleaded not guilty. The prosecutor swore to the being robbed ; but that, it being...

Sixty Curious and Authentic Narratives and Anecdotes Respecting ...

William Hone - 1819 - 288 oldal
...known to be against him, that several of his friends advised him to plead guilty on his trial, and to throw himself on the mercy of the court. This advice he rejected, and, when arraigned, pleaded not guilty. The prosecutor swore to his being robbed; but that, it being...

The flowers of literature, or, Encyclopædia of anecdote, a coll ..., 1. kötet

William Oxberry - 1822
...oath by the gentleman and Mr. Brunell, he was commit.ted for trial. So strong did the circumstance appear against Jennings, that several of his friends...court. This advice he rejected ; he was tried at the ensiiing assizes, and the jury without going out of court found him guilty. .He was executed at Hull...

The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1833
...for mercy if he acknowledged his fault, than if he stood his trial and lost his cause, he resolved to plead guilty, and throw himself on the mercy of the Court. When he had done so, the Attorney-General rose, and stated the nature of the offence, with its peculiar...

The Fatal Effects of Gambling Exemplified in the Murder of Wm. Weare, and ...

John Thurtell - 1824 - 512 oldal
...that he had unluckily paid away the marked guinea to a man who lived at some distance. " Mr. Brunell was thanked for his information, and it was resolved...short time after, but declared his innocence to the very last. " In less than twelve months after this event occurred, Brunell, the master of Jennings,...

The Bagman's Bioscope: Various Views of Men and Manners : Being the Points ...

William Bayley (of Yorkshire.) - 1824 - 365 oldal
...denied it most solemnly ; hut the fuels having been deposed to on oath by the gentleman and Mr. Brunei), he was committed for trial. So strong did the circumstances...short time after, but declared his innocence to the very last. In less than twelve months after this event occurred, Brunei!, the master of Jennings, was...

The Fatal Effects of Gambling Exemplified in the Murder of Wm. Weare, and ...

John Thurtell - 1824 - 512 oldal
...but the facts having been deposed to on oath by the gentleman and Mr. Brunell, he was committed foe trial. " So strong did the circumstances appear against...short time after, but declared his innocence to the very last. " In less than twelve months after this event occurred, Brunell, the master of Jennings,...

The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, 8. kötet

Reuben Percy - 1826
...that he had unluckily paid away the marked guinea to a man who lived at some distance. Mr. Brunell was thanked for his information, and it was resolved...ensuing assizes, and the jury without going out of o court found him guilty. He was executed at Hull a short lime after, but declared his innocence to...

York Castle in the Nineteenth Century: Being an Account of All the Principal ...

William Leman Rede, Leman Thomas Rede - 1831 - 712 oldal
...drawn a purse containing exactly nineteen guineas, which the gentleman identified. Jennings was drugged out of bed and charged with the robbery. He denied...short time after, but declared his innocence to the very last. " In less than twelve months after this event occurred, Brunell, the master of Jennings,...

Remarkable Instances of Circumstantial Evidence Given on Trials for Criminal ...

1833 - 48 oldal
...known to be against him, that several of his friends advised him to plead guilty on his trial, and to throw himself -on the mercy of the court. This advice he rejected, and when arraigned, pleaded not guilty. The prosecutor swore to the being robbed ; but that, it being...




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