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" Gaunt, art thou guilty of the felony and murder whereof thou standest indicted — or not guilty ?" " I am not guilty." " Culprit, how wilt thou be tried ?" " Culprit I am none, but only accused : I .will be tried by God and my country. "
Griffith Gaunt: Or, Jealousy - 165. oldal
szerző: Charles Reade - 1866
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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ...

Thomas Bayly Howell - 1810
...the peace of ou r sovereign lord the king, liio crown aud dignity. How sayest inuu, Samuel Atkins, art thou guilty of the felony and murder whereof thou standest indicted and hast been now arraigned, or, not Guilty ? S. Atkins. Not Guilty. Cl.ijfCr. Culprit, how wilt thou...

A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., 17. kötet

1816
...hand. (Wbich he did.) Thou stundest indicted, <Vc. Cl. of Arr. How sayest thou, Tlminas liambridge, art thou Guilty of the felony and murder whereof thou standest indicted, or Not Guilty? Bambridge. Not Guilty. Cl. of Arr. How wilt thou he tried ? Bamliridge. By God and ray country. . Cl....

A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., 17. kötet

1816
...hand. (Which be did.) Thou standest mOicd'il, &C. ( .'/. of Arr. How sayest thou, Thomas Bambridge, art thou Guilty of the felony and murder whereof thou standest indicted, or Nut Guilty ? Bambridge. Not Guilty. Cl. of Arr. How wilt thou be tried ? Bambridge. By Gad and my country....

A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., 7. kötet

1816
...God and my country. . Cl. of the Cr. God send thee a good deliverance. How saycst thou, Henry Berry, art thou Guilty of the felony and murder whereof thou standest indicted, and hast been now ,>,rraigned, or Not Guilty ? Berry. Not Guilty. Cl. of the Cr. Culprit, how wilt...

The Atlantic Monthly, 18. kötet

1866
...reading the indictment, the Clerk of Arraigns turned to the prisoner : " How sayest thou, Catharine Gaunt ; art thou guilty of the felony and murder whereof...my country." '' God send thee a good deliverance." Mr. Whitworth, the junior counsel for the crown, then rose to open the case ; but the prisoner, with...

GRIFFITH GAUNT: OR JEASOUSLY

CHARLES READE - 1873
...After reading the indictment, the Clerk of Arraigns turned to the prisoner, "How sayest thou, Catharine Gaunt, art thou guilty of the felony and murder whereof...my country." " God send thee a good deliverance." Mr. Whitworth, the junior counsel for the crown, then rose to open the case ; but the prisoner, with...

Griffith Gaunt: Or, Jealousy

Charles Reade - 1891 - 410 oldal
...being moved by the instigation of the Devil, she had on the fifteenth of October, in the tenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, aided and abetted...my country." " God send thee a good deliverance." favour to ask : and that favour, methinks, you will grant, since it is but justice, impartial justice....

The Atlantic Monthly, 18. kötet

1866
...reading the indictment, the Clerk of Arraigns turned to the prisoner : " How sayest thou, Catharine Gaunt ; art thou guilty of the felony and murder whereof...my country." " God send thee a good deliverance." Mr. Whitworth, the junior counsel for the crown, then rose to open the case ; but the prisoner, with...

The Atlantic Monthly, 18. kötet

1866
...reading the indictment, the Clerk of Arraigns turned to the prisoner : " How sayest thou, Catharine Gaunt ; art thou guilty of the felony and murder whereof...standest indicted, — or not guilty?" "I am not guilty." 14 Culprit, how wilt thou be tried ? " " Culprit I am none, but only accused. I will be tried by God...




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