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" I declare that I will not suffer Nuncomar to appear ' before the Board as my accuser. I know what belongs to the dignity and character of the first member of this administration. I will not sit at this Board in the character of a criminal. Nor do I acknowledge... "
The History of British India - Page 626
by James Mill - 1848
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The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1816
...question is put, I declare that I will not suffer Nundcomar to appear before the Board as my accuser. 1 know what belongs to the dignity and character of...acknowledge the members of this Board to be my judges." Mr. Hastings then proceeds to charge the members of the majority with being the real authors of this...
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The Works of ... Edmund Burke, Volume 13

Edmund Burke - English literature - 1822
...meet his adversary and defy him ? No, that he will not suffer him ^^ to appear before him : he says, " I will not sit " at this Board in the character of a criminal, " nor do I acknowledge the Board to be my " judges." He was not called upon to acknowledge them to be his judges ; both he and...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 7

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1827
...meet his adversary and defy him ? No, that he will not suffer him to appear before him : he says, " I will not sit at this board in the character of a criminal, nor do I acknowledge the board to be my judges." He was not called upon to acknowledge them to be his judges ; both he and they...
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The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Volume 3

Edmund Burke - English literature - 1835
...meet his adversary and defy him ? No, that he will not suffer him to appear before him : he says, " u# S Ho 1 acknowledge the board to be my judges." He was not called upon to acknowledge them to be his judges...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volume 2

Edward Thornton - India - 1842
...for opposing it were recorded in a somewhat angry minute. " Before the question is put," he said, " I declare that I will not suffer Nuncomar to appear...of a criminal, nor do I acknowledge the members of the board to be my judges." He then adverted to the unremitting hostility which he had encountered...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volume 2

Edward Thornton - India - 1842
...the question is put," he said, " I declare that I will not suffer Nuncomar to appear before the hoard as my accuser. I know what belongs to the dignity...of a criminal, nor do I acknowledge the members of the board to be my judges." He then adverted to the unremitting hostility which he had encountered...
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The Works and Correspondence of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 7

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1852
...meet his adversary and defy him ? No ; that he will not suffer him to appear before him : he says, " I will not sit at this board in the character of a criminal, nor do I acknowledge the board to be my judges." He was not called upon to acknowledge them to be his judges ; both he and they...
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History of England: From the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of ..., Volume 7

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - Great Britain - 1854
...should be called in to confront the Governor-General. " Before ' the question is put," says Hastings in his Minute, I declare that I will not suffer Nuncomar...acknowledge the members of this Board to be my judges." But the majority still persevering, the Governor-General rose, declared the meeting dissolved, and...
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History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la-Chaoelle ...

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1854
...should be called in to confront the Governor-General. "Before the question is put," says Hastings in his Minute, I declare that I will not suffer Nuncomar...acknowledge the members of this Board to be my judges." But the majority still persevering, the Governor-General rose, declared the meeting dissolved, and...
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History of England: from the peace of Utrecht to the peace of ..., Volume 7

Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope (Earl) - Great Britain - 1854
...should be called in to confront the Governor-General. "Before " the question is put," says Hastings in his Minute, " I declare that I will not suffer Nuncomar...acknowledge the "members of this Board to be my judges." But the majority still persevering, the Governor-General rose, declared the meeting dissolved, and...
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