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A Treatise on physiology and hygiene for educational institutions and ... - Page 217
by Joseph Chrisman Hutchison - 1887 - 319 pages
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County of Williams, Ohio: Historical and Biographical, with an Outline ...

Weston Arthur Goodspeed, Charles Blanchard - Ohio - 1882 - 865 pages
...indictment, and the said Andrew Tyler being set to the bar of the court, and it being demanded of him "to say why the sentence of the law should not be pronounced against him, says that he has nothing to say further than he has already said ; wherefore, it is considered,...
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Intemperance and Crime

Almon Benson Richmond - 1883
...with other prisoners, was brought into court for sentence. When asked by the Judge if he had anything to say why the sentence of the law should not be pronounced upon him he calmly arose and said : " I have a few words to say to your Honor ; not to ask for mercy,...
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The Laws of health

Joseph Chrisman Hutchison - Health - 1884 - 223 pages
...47,027, and executions from 59 in the first year to 1 in the last year. Alcohol and Crime.—Thirty years of judicial experience have taught me that of...I am tried ; rum has caused me to beat my wife and i,yure my helpless child or to do the act which now confines me to a prison."—Judge Noah Davis. 37....
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The Laws of Health: Physiology, Hygiene, Stimulants, Narcotics : for ...

Joseph Chrisman Hutchison - Health - 1884 - 223 pages
...degree of violence In their character are directly traceable to the liquor shops. How often have 1 had young men look up at me when I asked them what...pronounced, declare, " I should never have done this crime il it were not for drink. Rum was my ruin ; rum and not my hand struck the How, that killed the man...
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The Biographical Sketches of Prominent Persons: And the Genealogical Records ...

Ephraim Orcutt Jameson - Medway (Mass. : Town) - 1886 - 208 pages
...language was feeling and pa. Ihetic. CeiKF JUSTICE SHAW then asked the prisoner If he had anything to say why the sentence of the law should not be pronounced. Tie prisoner signified that he had nothing to say. The Judge then, in'a yery feeling manner, proceeded...
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Haschisch: A Novel

Charles Gatchell - History - 1886 - 314 pages
...The usual question was put to him, and all wondered if such an emotionless man would have anything to say why the sentence of the law should not be pronounced upon him. Yes, he rises! The prisoner will speak! Oblivious to all surroundings — as though they...
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The other side: A social study based on fact

Martin Ambrose Foran - History - 1886 - 461 pages
...idlers and loafers who usually congregate at such places. When asked by the court if she had anything to say why the sentence of the law should not be pronounced against her, Marcia, amid tears and sobs, in a choking voice, said : " I was never in a place of this...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 14

Law reports, digests, etc - 1887
...guilty to it, and upon being asked the usual preliminary question to his being sentenced, "what he had to say why the sentence of the law should not be pronounced upon him." etc., made such a candid, ingenuous statement in response that the court declined to sentence...
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The blood of Abel

Wilbur Franklin Bryant - History - 1887 - 169 pages
...verdict of guilty, with a recommendation to mercy. Riel was asked, as is usual, if he had anything to say why the sentence of the law should not be pronounced upon him. He spoke for two hours with much eloquence, reviewing his life, and the grievences of his...
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The New Christianity: An Appeal to the Clergy and to All Men in Behalf of ...

John Ellis - Temperance - 1888 - 511 pages
...case is one of thousands. Many times in my own experience have young men looked up to me when asked what they had to say why the sentence of the law should not be pronounced, andfalteringly said, ' I was drunk — I would not and could not have done it had I not been drunk.'...
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