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" Should this reasonable request be finally denied, I shall then feel justified in executing justice myself— in which case I shall be ready to argue the merits of so reluctant a measure with his majesty's attorneygeneral, wherever and whenever I may be... "
The Criminal recorder: or, Biographical sketches of notorious public ... - Page 296
1815
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 33

Literary Criticism - 1812
...•hall be ready te argue the merits of so reluct«mt a measure with his Majesty's attorney(епета), wherever and whenever I may be called upon so to do....averting so abhorrent but compulsive an alternative, 1 have the honour to be, Sirs, " Your very humble and obedient servant, "JOHN liti.Ll.veil AM. As....
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1813
...which is all I require. Should 'this reasonable request be finally denied, I shall then feel ju-;tified in executing justice myself; in which case I shall...wherever and whenever I may be called upon so to do. In £he hopes of averting so abhorrent but compulsive an alternative, I have the honour to be, sirs, &c....
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An impartial history of the naval, military and political events in Europe ...

Hewson Clarke - 1815
...which is all I require. Should this reasonable request be finally denied, I shall then feel justified in executing justice myself; in which case I shall...abhorrent but compulsive an alternative . ." -I have the honor to be, sirs, Your very humble and obedient servant, " JOHN BELLINGHAM. "9, New Millman-stveel,...
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Kirby's Wonderful and Scientific Museum: Or, Magazine of ..., Volume 4

R. S. Kirby - Characters and characteristics - 1820
...which is all I require. Should this reasonable request be finally denied, I shall then feel justified in executing justice myself, in which case I shall...compulsive an alternative, I have the honour to be, Sirs, Your very humble and obedient servant, « JOHN BELLINGHAM." "No.Q, New Millman Street, " March...
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Transactions of the Phrenological Society

Psychology - 1824
...which is all I require. Should this reasonable request be finally denied, I shall then feel justified in executing justice myself ; in which case, I shall...Attorney-General, wherever and whenever I may be called on to do so. In the hopes of averting so abhorrent but compulsive an alternative, I have the honour...
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The Newgate calendar: Comprising interesting memoirs of the most ..., Volume 4

Andrew Knapp, William Lee Baldwin - Crime - 1828
...argue the merits of so reluctant a measure with his majesty's altorney-ceneral, wherever and whenever 1 may be called upon so to do. In the hopes of averting...compulsive an alternative, I have the honour to be. Sirs, your very humble and obedient servant, ' JOHN BELLINGHAM. • No. 9, New Millman Street, March...
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The Newgate Calendar: Comprising Interesting Memoirs of the Most ..., Volume 4

Andrew Knapp, William Lee Baldwin - Criminals - 1828
...which is all I require. Should this reasonable request be finally denied, I shall then feel justified in executing justice myself — in which case I shall...ready to argue the merits of so reluctant a measure wilh his majesty's attorney-genera], wherever and whenever 1 may be called upon so to do. In the hopes...
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The American Jurist and Law Magazine, Volume 14

Law - 1836
...likely to prevent the accomplishment of his designs, and at the same time expressing his readiness ' to argue the merits of so reluctant a measure with his Majesty's Attorney-general.' He chose the most public place for the execution ot his threat, neither attempted to escape nor deny...
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The Book of Remarkable Trials and Notorious Characters: From "Half-hanged ...

Lionel Benson - Crime - 1871 - 545 pages
...which is all I require. Should this reasonable request be finally denied, 1 shall then feel justified in executing justice myself— in which case I shall...compulsive an alternative, I have the honour to be, Sire, your very humble and obedient servant, " JOHN BELLINGHAM." " Ifo. 9, Hew Millman-street, March...
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The Journal of Jurisprudence, Volume 29

Hugh Barclay, Scotland. Courts, I. S. H. Laidlaw - Law - 1885
...which is all I require. Should this reasonable request be finally denied, I shall then feel justified in executing justice myself, in which case I shall...measure with His Majesty's AttorneyGeneral wherever and \vhenever I may be called upon so to do. In the hopes of averting so abhorrent but compulsive an alternative,...
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