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" The moment he ceases to be regarded as a criminal, he becomes of necessity an accuser : and let me ask you, what can your most zealous defenders be prepared to answer to such a charge ? When your sentence shall have sent him forth to that stage, which... "
Memoirs of the Legal, Literary, and Political Life of the Late the Right ... - Page 67
by William O'Regan - 1817 - 315 pages
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Forensic Eloquence: Sketches of Trials in Ireland for High Treason, Etc ...

John Philpot Curran - 1804 - 391 pages
...will be weighed against the charge, the witness and the sentence ; and impartial justice will demand, why has an Irish jury done this deed ? the moment...can render infamous, let me tell you, he will not be like a little statue upon a mighty pedestal, diminishing by elevation; but he will stand a striking...
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Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks, Volume 3

Nathaniel Chapman - 1807
...will be weighed against the charge, the witness and the sentence; and impartial justice will demand, why has an Irish jury done this deed ? The moment...can render infamous, let me tell you, he will not be like a little statue upon a mighty pedestal, diminishing by elevation. But he will stand a striking...
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Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks, Volume 3

Nathaniel Chapman - 1807
...will be weighed against the charge, the witness and the sentence; and impartial justice will demand, why has an Irish jury done this deed ? The moment...can render infamous, let me tell you, he will not be like a little statue upon a mighty pedestal, diminishing by elevation. But he will stand a striking...
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The British Cicero: Or, A Selection of the Most Admired Speeches ..., Volume 3

1808
...be •weighed against the charge, the witness and the sentence; and impartial justice will demand, why has an Irish jury done this deed ? the moment...can render infamous; let me tell you, he will not be hke a little statue upon a mighty pedestal, diminishing by elevation; but he will stand a striking...
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The British Cicero: Or, A Selection of the Most Admired Speeches ..., Volume 3

Thomas Browne (LL.D.) - 1810
...will be weighed against the charge, the v'itness and the sentence ; and impartial justice will demand, why has an Irish jury done this deed ? the moment...criminal, he becomes of necessity an accuser ; and \et me ask you, what can your most zealous defenders be prepared to answer to such a charge ? When...
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Speeches of John Philpot Curran, Esq: With a Brief Sketch of the ..., Volume 1

John Philpot Curran - 1811
...will be weighed against the charge, the witness and the sentence; and impartial justice will demand, why has an Irish jury done this deed ? The moment...sentence shall have sent him forth to that stage which i * Here Mr. Cumin again alludes tn the harsh conduct of the Scottish judges, in the banishment arid...
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Speeches of John Philpot Curran, Esq: With a Brief Sketch of the ..., Volume 1

John Philpot Curran - 1811
...weighed against the charge, the witness and the sentence; and impartial justice will demand, why has'an Irish jury done this deed ? The moment he ceases to...sentence shall have sent him forth to that stage which * Here Mr.'Curran again alludes to the harsh conduct of the Soofete jadges, in the banishment and tragical...
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Memoirs of the legal, literary, and political life of ... John Philpot Curran

William O'Regan - 1817 - 315 pages
...education, his character, and his children ? Let me tell you, Gentlemen of the Jury, if you agree with his prosecutors, in thinking that there ought to be a...can render infamous ; let me tell you, he will not be like a little statue upon a mighty pedestal, diminishing by elevation ; but he will stand a striking...
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Recollections of Curran and Some of His Contemporaries

Charles Phillips - 1818 - 340 pages
...will be weighed against the charge, the witness, and the sentence ; and impartial justice will demand, Why has an Irish jury done this deed ? The moment...can render infamous ; let me tell you, he will not be like a little statue upon a mighty pedestal, diminishing by elevation ; but he will stand a striking...
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Specimens of Irish Eloquence: Now First Arranged and Collected, with ...

Charles Phillips - 1819 - 435 pages
...will be weighed against the charge, the witness, and the sentence ; and impartial justice will demand, why has an Irish jury done this deed ? The moment...answer to such a charge ? When your sentence shall have seat him forth to that stage, which guilt alone can render infamous, let me tell you, he will not be...
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