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" That he should be carried back to the place from whence he came, and from thence be drawn to the place of execution, and there be hanged by the neck "
History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire: From Its Settlement in 1638 ... - Page 105
by Joseph Dow - 1894
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A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown; Or, A System of the Principal Matters ...

William Hawkins - Law - 1787
...not relating to the coin, is, that the prifoner {ball be carried back to the place from whence lie came, and from thence be drawn to the place of execution, and be there hanged hy the neck, cut down alive, his entrails burnt bef .re his face, his head cut off,...
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A narrative of facts, relating to a prosection for high treason: including ...

Great Britain - 1795 - 215 pages
...decide. The fentence for this crime is, " That the culprit fhall be taken from the " Bar, and conveyed to the place from " whence he came ; and from thence be " drawn upon a hurdle to the place of exe" cution, there to be hanged by the neck ; " but not until he is dead;...
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A Narrative of Facts, Relating to a Prosecution for High Treason: Including ...

Thomas Holcroft - Great Britain - 1795 - 215 pages
...decide. The fentence for this crime is, " That the culprit mall be taken from the " Bar, and conveyed to the place from *' whence he came; and from thence be *' drawn upon a hurdle to the place of exe" cution, there to be hanged by the neck ; " but not until he is dead...
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Ecclesiastical Law, Volume 1

Richard Burn, Simon Fraser - Ecclesiastical law - 1797 - 2244 pages
...the cafe feemeth to be different. Mr. Hawkins fays, that judgment in high treafon is, that he (hall be carried back to the place from whence he came,...from thence be drawn to the place of execution, and be there banged by the neck, and cut down alive, and that his entrails be taken out and burnt before...
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The Justice of the Peace, and Parish Officer, Volume 5

Richard Burn, Charles Durnford, John King - Justices of the peace - 1810
...of the jury. 7 W. c. 3. The judgment for high treafon (not relating to the coin) is, that he (hall be carried back to the place from whence he came, and from thence to be drawn (that is, not to be carried, or walk, though ufually a fledge or hurdle is allowed, to...
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The Christian Disciple, Volume 6

William Ellery Channing - 1818
...half enlightened age, probably, would be, ' That you AB be taken from the place of your confinement to the place of execution, and there be hanged by the neck till you be dead !' And, perhaps,for form sake, ij might be added, ' and the Lord have mercy on your...
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A Practical Treatise on the Criminal Law: Comprising the Practice, Pleadings ...

Joseph Chitty - Criminal law - 1819
...IV. ( ) Id 406. (?) 3 Burr. 1903, 2. fensive form which is given in the book is, that the offender " be carried back to the place from whence he came,...from thence be drawn to the place of execution, and be there hanged by the neck, and cut down alive, and that his entrails be taken out and burned before...
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A Digest of the Criminal Statute Law of England: Alphabetically and ...

Harold Nuttall Tomlins - Criminal law - 1819 - 1236 pages
...convicted or adjudged guilty of the said Crime, in such case is, that they should be drawn on an Hurdle to the Place of Execution and there be hanged by the Neck, but not until they are dead, but that they should be taken down again, and that when they are yet alive...
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The Trials of Arthur Thistlewood, James Ings, John Thomas Brunt, Richard ...

Arthur Thistlewood, William Brodie Gurney - Cato Street Conspiracy, 1820 - 1820
...each of yon, be taken from hence to the gaol from whence you came, and that you be drawn on a hurdle to the place of execution, and there be hanged by the neck until you be dead and that afterwards your heads be severed from your bodies, and your bodies divided...
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The Justice of the Peace, and Parish Officer, Volume 3

Richard Burn, Sir George Chetwynd - Justices of the peace - 1820
...convicted or adjudged guilty of the said crime, in such cases a, that they should be drawn on a hurdle to the place of execution and there be hanged by the neck, but not until they are dead. but that they should be taken down again, and when they are yet alive...
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