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" Would to God," was the retort of Burr, " that I did stand on the same footing with any other man. This is the first time I have been permitted to enjoy the rights of a citizen. How have I been brought hither?" In the speech that followed, he made many... "
The True Aaron Burr: A Biographical Sketch - Page 42
by Charles Burr Todd - 1902 - 77 pages
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Reports of the Trials of Colonel Aaron Burr: (late Vice President of the ...

Harman Blennerhassett, Israel Smith, David K. Robertson - Burr Conspiracy, 1805-1807 - 1808
...to God that I did stand on the same ground with every other man. This is the first time I have ever been permitted to enjoy the rights of a citizen. How have I been brought hither? The CHIEff JUSTICE said it was improper to go into these digressions. Mr. BURR said, that the attorney...
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Sketches of the lives and judicial services of the chief-justices of the ...

George Van Santvoord - Judges - 1854 - 533 pages
...to God that I did stand on the same ground with every other man. This is the first time I have ever been permitted to enjoy the rights of a citizen. How have I been brought hither ?" The CHIEF-JUSTICE said it was improper to go into these digressions. Col. Burr therenpon disclaimed...
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The Life and Times of Aaron Burr: Lieutenant-colonel in the Army ..., Volume 188

James Parton - United States - 1858 - 696 pages
...a crime. " Would to God," exclaimed the prisoner, " that I did stand on the same footing with every other man ! This is the first time I have been permitted...rights of a citizen. How have I been brought hither ?" The Chief Justice interposed, observing that such digressions were improper. The day being far spent,...
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A General History of the Burr Family in America: With a Genealogical Record ...

Charles Burr Todd - 1878 - 436 pages
...supposed would be offered. Hay replied, " hoping the court would grant no special indulgence to Col. Burr, who stood on the same footing as any other man...as to the prisoner's guilt could be admitted, the act of treason must first be proved, just as it would be manifestly absurd to indict a man for murder...
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Life of Colonel Aaron Burr: Vice-president of the United States. Also ...

Charles Burr Todd - 1879 - 147 pages
...supposed would be offered. Hay replied, " hoping the court would grant no special indulgence to Col. Burr, who stood on the same footing as any other man...as to the prisoner's guilt could be admitted, the act of treason must first be proved, just as it would be manifestly absurd to indict a man for murder...
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Sketches of the Lives, Times and Judicial Services of the Chief Justices of ...

George Van Santvoord, William M. Scott - Judges - 1882 - 740 pages
...to God that I did stand on the same ground with every other man. This is the first time I have ever been permitted to enjoy the rights of a citizen. How have I been brought hither?" The CirrEF-JusTrcE said it was improper to go into these digressions. Col. Burr thereupon disclaimed...
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A General History of the Burr Family: With a Genealogical Record from 1193 ...

Charles Burr Todd - New England - 1878 - 535 pages
...charge of treason, the other was the trial for treason itself after a true bill had been foundBetween the two was an interval of some six weeks. The trial...as to the prisoner's guilt could be admitted, the act of treason must first be proved, just as it would be manifestly absurd to indict a man for murder...
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The Life and Times of Aaron Burr ...

James Parton - New York (State) - 1892
...a crime. " Would to God," exclaimed the prisoner, " that I did stand on the same footing with every other man ! This is the first time I have been permitted...enjoy the rights of a citizen. How have I been brought hithei ?" The Chief Justice interposed, observing that such digressions were improper. The day being...
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A General History of the Burr Family: With a Genealogical Record from 1193 ...

Charles Burr Todd - 1902 - 600 pages
...the Richmond bar ; Luther Martin of Maryland, Jefferson's " Federal bull-dog " ; and Benjamin Bolts of Virginia. At the opening of the trial it was found...as to the prisoner's guilt could be admitted, the aft of treason must first be proved, just as it would be manifestly absurd to indict a man for murder...
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Aaron Burr: His Personal and Political Relations with Thomas Jefferson and ...

Isaac Jenkinson - 1902 - 381 pages
...exclaimed Burr, " that I did stand on the same footing of every other man. This is the first time that I have been permitted to enjoy the rights of a citizen. How have I been brought hither?" On the next day the district attorney moved that Burr be committed for high treason. He had on his...
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