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" M'Kean, Chief Justice, and Judge Rush. A number of the villains had been arrested — were tried and convicted — fined and imprisoned in different sums, and for different lengths of time, according to the aggravation of their offence. The poor creatures... "
A discourse delivered on the Sabbath after the decease of the Hon. Timothy ... - Page 42
by Charles Wentworth Upham - 1829 - 45 pages
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The Register of Pennsylvania: devoted to the preservation of facts and ...

Samuel Hazard - History - 1831
...different lengths of time, sccording to the aggravations of their offence. The poor creatures hacl no money to pay their fines, and the new jail at Wilkesbarre...concerned in the plot. He might have escaped from jail with the others; but chose to stay; and in consequence received a pardon, after about two months...
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania: Devoted to the Preservation of ..., Volume 7

Samuel Hazard - Pennsylvania - 1831
...Rush. A number of the villains had been arrested — were tried and convicted — fined and imprisoned, in different sums, and for different lengths of time, according to the aggravations of their offence. The poor creatures had no money to pay their fines, and the nev jail...
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The Poetry and History of Wyoming: Containing Campbell's Gertrude

William Leete Stone - Indians of North America - 1841 - 324 pages
...succeeding autumn, several of the rioters were tried and and convicted. "They were fined and imprisoned, in different sums, and for different lengths of time, according to the aggravation of their offence. But they had no money wherewith to pay their fines, and the jail at Wilkesbarre was so insufficient,...
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The Poetry and History of Wyoming: Containing Campbelle's Gertrude, and the ...

William Leete Stone - Wyoming Valley (Pa.) - 1844 - 398 pages
...succeeding autumn, several of the rioters were tried and convicted. " They were fined and im.prisoned, in different sums, and for different lengths of time, according to the aggravation of their offence. But they had no money wherewith to pay their fines, and the jail at Wilkesbarre was so insufficient,...
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History of Wyoming: In a Series of Letters, from Charles Miner, to His Son ...

Sullivan's Indian Campaign, 1779 - 1845 - 592 pages
...Rush. A number of the villains had been arrested — were tried and convicted — fined and imprisoned in different sums, and for different lengths of time,...their escape excepting Stephen Jenkins, brother to Major John Jenkins. Stephen was not in arms with the party ; but was concerned in the plot. He might...
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History of Wyoming: In a Series of Letters, from Charles Miner, to His Son ...

Sullivan's Indian Campaign, 1779 - 1845 - 592 pages
...Rush. A number of the villains had been arrested — were tried and convicted — fined and imprisoned in different sums, and for different lengths of time,...the aggravation of their offence. The poor creatures hid no money to pay their fines, and the new jail at Wilkesbarre was so insufficient, that all of them...
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