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" ... chief justice of the King's Bench at that nice time. And the ministry could not but approve of it. So great a weight was then at stake as could not be trusted to men of doubtful principles, or such as any thing might tempt to desert them. "
The Life of William Lord Russell: With Some Account of the Times in which He ... - Page 314
by Earl John Russell Russell - 1819 - 329 pages
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The complete works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: With an ..., Volume 2

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - History - 1853
...king, observing him to be of a free disposition, loyal, friendly, and without greediness or guile, thought of him to be the chief justice of the King's...could not but approve of it. So great a weight was then at stake, as could not be trusted to men of doubtful principles, or such as any thing might tempt...
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THE COMPLETE WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE

PROFESSOR SHEDD - 1853
...king, observing him to be of a free disposition, loyal, friendly, and without greediness or guile, thought of him to be the chief justice of the King's...could not but approve of it. So great a weight was then at stake, as could not be trusted to men of doubtful principles, or such as anything might tempt...
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The lives of the chief justices of England: From the Norman ..., Volume 2

Baron John Campbell Campbell - Judges - 1853
...to be of a free disposition, loyal, friendly, and without greediness or guile, thought of him to be Chief Justice of the King's Bench at that nice time. And the ministry could pot but approve of it. So great a weight was then at stake as could not be trusted to men of doubtful...
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The complete works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Philosophy - 1854
...king, observing him to be of a free disposition, loyal, friendly, and without greediness or guile, thought of him to be the chief justice of the King's...could not but approve of it. So great a weight was then at stake, as could not be trusted to men of doubtful principles, or such as any thing might tempt...
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The Trial of Theodore Parker for the "misdemeanor" of a Speech in Faneuil ...

Theodore Parker - Antislavery movements - 1855 - 221 pages
...Dolbin, too just for the crime demanded of him, was turned out, and Withins made to succeed him. For " so great a weight was there at stake as could not be trusted to men of doubtful principles," says North. Saunders, who had plotted this whole matter, was struck with an apoplexy when sentence...
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The Trial of Theodore Parker for the "misdemeanor" of a Speech in Faneuil ...

Theodore Parker - Antislavery movements - 1855 - 221 pages
...Dolbin, too just for the crime demanded of him, was turned out, and Withins made to succeed him. For " so great a weight was there at stake as could not be trusted to men of doubtful principles," says North. Saunders, who had plotted this whole matter, was struck with an apoplexy when sentence...
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ATROCIOUS JUDGES LIVES OF JUDGES INFAMOUS AS TOOLS OF TYRANT AND INSTRUMENTS ...

JOHN LORD CAMPBELL - 1856
...to be of a free disposition, loyal, friendly, and without greediness or guile, thought of him to be chief justice of the King's Bench at that nice time....could not but approve of it. So great a weight was then at stake as could not be trusted to men of doubtful principles, or such as any thing might tempt...
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Atrocious Judges: Lives of Judges Infamous as Tools of Tyrants and ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell - Judges - 1856 - 432 pages
...King's Bench at that nice time. And the ministry could not but approve of it. So great a weight was then at stake as could not be trusted to men of doubtful...or such as any thing might tempt to desert them." On the 23d of January, being the first day of Hilary term, 1683, Sir Edmund Saunders appeared at the...
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The Friend, Conducted by S.T. Coleridge, No

Derwent Coleridge - 1863
...king, observing him to be of a free disposition, loyal, friendly, and without greediness or guile, thought of him to be the chief justice of the King's...could not but approve of it. So great a weight was then at stake, as could not be trusted to men of doubtful principles, or such as anything might tempt...
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Critical and miscellaneous writings of T. Noon Talfourd: author of "Ion."

Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd, Sir James Fitzgerald Stephen - Literary Collections - 1864 - 176 pages
...king, observing him to be of a free dispolition, loyal, friendly, and without greediness or guile, thought of him to be the chief justice of the King's...could not but approve of it. So great a weight was then at stake, as could not he trusted to men of doubtful principles, or lnch as any thing might tempt...
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