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" Statutes in that case made and provided, and against the peace of our Sovereign Lord the King, his crown, and dignity. "
Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society - Página 62
por New Jersey Historical Society - 1849
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Common Sense: Or, the Englishman's Journal: Being a Collection of Letters ...

1738
...attempt it : Seeing 1 have never heard that this fuccefsful Robber, who thus boldly^ proceeds againil the Peace of our Sovereign Lord the King, his Crown and Dignity, is either an Antieus or a Cacus, that he is fuperior in Strength, Art, or even Courage, to the reil...
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Considerations on Criminal Law

Henry Dagge - 1772 - 434 páginas
...againft the State is the fole confideration in Law, fince they conclude with alledging the Crime to be* " contrary to the peace " of our Sovereign Lord the King, his " crown and dignity, £sV." but in truth the detriment done to the injured party, is the primary wrong : And the offence...
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A Collection of the Most Remarkable and Interesting Trials ..., Volumen2

1776
...malice aforethought, at the papifli aforefaid, in the county afortfaid, did kill and murder, againft the peace of our Sovereign Lord the King, his crown and dignity. To this indictment this noble Lord the prifoner at the bar, Edward Earl of Warwick and Holland, has...
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Observations on the Duty and Power of Juries as Established by the Laws of ...

Benjamin Flower, Friend to the Constitution - 1796 - 24 páginas
...chapter in the Bible, in order to apply the fame to his bafe and wicked defigns; that is to fay, againft the peace of our Sovereign Lord the King, his Crown, and Dignity ; for fo, in nearly thefe words, do indidhnents generally run : Admit that on the profecution it was...
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An Extract of the Rev. Mr. John Wesley's Journal ...

John Wesley - 1797
...people. Herein they allerted, upon oath, " That John Wefley, Clerk, had broken the Laws of the Realm, contrary to the Peace of our Sovereign Lord the King his Crown and Dignity. " i. By fpeaking and writing to Mrs. Williamfon, again it her hufband's confent: 2. By repelling her...
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The Isle of Man, Or, The Legal Proceedings in Manshire Against Sin: Wherein ...

Richard Bernard - 1803 - 211 páginas
...Will-worship, Heresies, Jewish 'Ceremonies, and Paganish Idolatry, to the damnation of many Christian souls, contrary to the peace of our Sovereign Lord the King, his Crown and Dignity. What sayest thou hereunto ; art thou Guilty, or Not Guilty ? Not Guilty, my Lord. By whom wilt thou...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volumen2,Parte2

1806
...Oath, by violating the regufations and spirit of the Toleration Act ! — all of which are against the peace of our Sovereign Lord the King, his crown and dignity. Smaller offences might be added, such as an assault, battery, and breach, of Priscian's head ; accusing...
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley. ...

John Wesley - 1809
...people. Herein they asserted, upon oath, " That John Wesley, Clerk, had broken the Laws of the Realm, contrary to the Peace of our Sovereign Lord the King his Crown and Dignity. " 1. By speaking and writing to Mrs. Williamson, against her husband's consent : 2. By repelling her...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen17

Walter Scott - 1825
...authority of their lawful masters, managers, and overseers, contrary to his allegiance, and against the peace of our sovereign lord the king, his crown and dignity," is of opinion, that he, the prisoner, John Smith, is guilty of thus much thereof, to wit, " For that...
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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ...

Thomas Bayly Howell - 1810
...Hill, Girald, Dominick Kelly, and Philibert Vernati, didst harbour, comfort, ami maintain, against the peace of our sovereign lord the king, his crown and dignity. How sayest thou, Samuel Atkins, art thou Guilty as accessary to the said felony and murder whereof...
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