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" Oh, quite enough to get, sir, as the soldier said ven they ordered him three hundred and fifty lashes," replied Sam. "You must not tell us what the soldier, or any other man, said, sir," interposed the judge ; " it's not evidence." " Wery good, my lord, "
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club - Page 92
1864
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, Volume 1

Charles Dickens, Hablot Knight Browne, Robert William Buss - England - 1837 - 609 pages
...hundred and fifty lashes," replied Sam. " Yon must not tell us what the soldier, or any other man, said, Sir," interposed the Judge, " it's not evidence."...first engaged by the defendant, eh, Mr. Weller ?" said Sergeant Buzfuz. " Yes I do, Sir," replied Sam. " Have the goodness to tell the Jury what it was."...
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, Volume 2

Charles Dickens - 1838
...the judge, " it's not evidence." " Werry good, my lord," replied Sam. " Do you recollect any thing particular happening on the morning when you were first engaged by the defendant, eh, Mr. "Weller V said Serjeant Buzfuz. , " Yes, I do, sir," replied Sam. ," Have the goodness to tell the jury what...
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

Charles Dickens - English fiction - 1838 - 388 pages
...hundred and fifty lashes," replied Sam. " You must not tell us what the soldier, or any other man, said, Sir," interposed the Judge, " it's not evidence."...Wery good, my Lord," replied Sam. " Do you recollect any thing particular happening on the morning when you were first engaged by the defendant, eh, Mr....
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

Charles Dickens - England - 1840 - 609 pages
...happening on the morning when you were first engaged by the defendant, eh, Mr. Weller ?" said Sergeant Buzfuz. " Yes I do, Sir," replied Sam. " Have the...the jury what it was." " I had a reg'lar new fit out of clothes that mornin', gen'l'men of the jury," said Sam, " and that was a wery particular and uncommon...
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The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence

Law - 1841
...hundred and fifty lashes," replied Sam. " You must not tell us what the soldier or any other man said, Sir," interposed the judge, "it's not evidence." "Wery good, my Lord," replied Sam! The rest of Mr. Field's pamphlet is occupied with matters of a technical kind, regarding the rights...
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The Novels and Tales of Charles Dickens, (Boz.).

Charles Dickens - 1849
...interposed the Judge, " it 's not evidence." "Wery good, my Lord," replied Sam. " Do you recollect any thing particular happening on the morning when you were...first engaged by the defendant, eh, Mr. Weller?" said Sergeant Buzfuz. " Yes, I do, Sir," replied Sam. " Have the goodness to tell the Jury what it was."...
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The posthumous papers of the Pickwick club. The old curiosity shop and other ...

Charles Dickens - 1851
...the Judge, " it's not evidence." " Werj- good, my Lord," replied Sam. " Do you recollect any thing particular Happening on the morning when you were first engaged by the defendant, eh, Mr. Weiler?" said Sergeant Buzfuz. " Yes, I do, Sir," replied Sam. " Have- the goodness to tell the Jury...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, as Administered in England and ..., Volume 2

John Pitt Taylor - Evidence (Law) - 1858 - 1675 pages
...and fifty lashes,' replied Sam. " ' You must not tett us what the soldier, or any other man, said, sir,' interposed the judge, ' it's not evidence.' " ' Wery good, my Lord,' replied Sam." 1 One of the earliest coses in which the rule was acted upon, is Sampson t. Yardley, 2 Keb. 223, PL...
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Readings from the best authors, ed. by A.H. Bryce, Issue 10

Archibald Hamilton Bryce - 1862
...not tell us what the soldier or any other man said; it is not evidence. Sam. Wery good, my lord. Buz. Do you recollect anything particular happening on...were first engaged by the defendant ? Eh! Mr. Weller! Sam. Yes, I do, sir. Buz. Have the goodness to tell the jury what it was. Sam. I had a reg'lar new...
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Pickwick papers

Charles Dickens - 1866
...You must not tell us what the soldier, or any other man, said, sir," interposed the judge, " it 's not evidence." " Wery good, my Lord," replied Sam....had a reg'lar new fit out o' clothes that mornin,' genTmen of the jury," said Sam, " and that was a wery partickler and uncommon circumstance vith me...
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