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Page 53 - Thou art an odious fellow, thy name is hateful to all the realm of England for thy pride. Raleigh: It will go near to prove a measuring cast between you and me, Mr. Attorney.
Page 38 - King desires nothing but the knowledge of the truth, and would have no advantage taken by severity of the law. If ever we had a gracious King, now we have; I hope, as he is, such are his ministers. If there be but a trial of five marks at common law, a witness must be deposed. Good my lords, let my accuser come face to face, and be deposed.
Page 274 - ... be taken to the place from whence you came, and from thence you are to be drawn on...
Page 37 - Warburton. I marvel, sir Walter, that you being of such experience and wit, should stand on this point; for so many horse-stealers may escape, if they may not be condemned without witnesses.
Page 33 - I hear no other thing; to which accusation he never subscribed nor avouched it, I beseech you, My Lords, let Cobham be sent for, charge him on his soul, on his allegiance to the king ; if he affirm it, I am guilty.
Page 38 - It is very sure for my lord to accuse me is my certain danger, and it may be a means to excuse himself. LORD CHIEF-JUSTICE—There must not such a gap be opened for the destruction of the king, as would be if we should grant this. You plead hard for yourself, but the laws plead as hard for the king.
Page 67 - I trust my blood will quench their malice that have thus cruelly murdered me, and that they will not seek also to kill thee and thine with extreme poverty. To what friend to direct thee I know not, for all mine have left me in the true time of trial ; and I plainly perceive that my death was determined from the first day.
Page 228 - And his opinion was, that the devil in such cases did work upon the bodies of men and women upon a natural foundation...